Bringing Healthcare to Remote Villages in India
Bringing Healthcare to Remote Villages in India
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The Auxiliary Nurses and Midwives (ANM) Training Program at the Indian Red Cross Society’s Bel Air College of Nursing in Panchgani, Maharashtra, was initiated by Johnson & Johnson in 2010 to address the shortage of nurses in rural villages and to help underprivileged girls pursue higher education and gain employment. The ANM program is one of the ways the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation is helping to accelerate a successful, collective approach for creating a thriving workforce to address the looming health worker shortage facing global health today.

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