There has been a marked improvement in the health and development sector in India. Yet the plight of the millions of people who suffer from hunger cannot be overlooked. Proper medical services are not the only factor for the longevity of the populace. Various social and economic factors are also equally responsible for the longevity of the people. A big factor which is responsible for the difference in socio-economic outcomes is the educational and sponsorship facilities. Good access to education and sponsorship will result in access to work. In fact these factors act as cycle which results in inequalities from generation to generation. All these factors are inter-linked. It happens that low-income countries have poor healthcare facilities. As a result, a high population with ill health people will lead to poverty as they lack the basic health care facilities such as medicine, fertilizer, credit and this will further push them towards poverty. Development is not possible in this scenario.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health and human rights are interlinked. This means that infringement of human rights can lead to serious health consequences. To tackle this, steps should be taken to protect human rights such as right to healthy education, housing and freedom from prejudices. It has pointed out that, human rights based approach to health care should be implemented. Nevertheless, human rights do get importance and recognized largely by the protectors of human rights who are the specialist lawyers. Lately, public health communities are getting aware of the importance of human rights. It has been looked as a valuable framework which determines the conditions for people to be healthy.
Recently, there has been improvement in the health care sector. The strategy for the socio-economic development has been sorted out by giving significant importance to the health care system. The demand and supply of the health services should be met for proper care of the populace.