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Many villagers in underdeveloped regions are not aware of basic hygiene practices and have no access to medical care.
GET sends trained nurses and doctors to provide hygiene awareness, education on immunization, conduct surgery camps and provide general medical care.

In any nation, it is the women and children who are most negatively impacted by poverty and sickness.

Around 42 million Indians suffer from thyroid related disorders, and women make up 60% of those affected. Goiters, or growths in the thyroid gland due to iodine deficiency, are very common in rural villages.

Just one example of the scope of the opportunities for care is that due to iodine deficiency, 42 million Indians suffer from thyroid related disorders. This produces goiters (growths in the thyroid gland). This condition is very common in rural villages.

In many cases, women and children who are most negatively impacted by poverty and sickness.