The National Commission for Scheduled Tribes has become active in the national capital where it is slated to organise a two-day dialogue on March 15 and 16 to discuss health-related problems of tribal people across India.
As it is, tribal people and health care services worth knowing to explore how they can benefit in their day to day life.
Toward this end,Health secretaries of various states and Union Territories are expected to attend the dialogue.It is scheduled to be held at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi. Health experts, NGOs and institutions working in this area have been invited to participate in it.
"This is the first time the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes will organise a dialogue on the health of tribal people and health services available to them," an official said adding that
the dialogue will deliberate on the health problems of Scheduled Tribes at the ground level and access to primary healthcare centres and their condition.
The experts and NGOs may share the experiences they gathered while working in tribal areas.