ROBUST HEALTH SYSTEM AS INTANGIBLE FRAMEWORK FOR STRENGTHENING LABOURERS HEALTH& WELLBEING: AN INDIAN VIEWPOINT OF DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT
Dr Kunal Sharma1, Lt Col Rahul Devrani2, Dr Ved Pal Yadav3
Ashwini Bhardwaj4, Lt Col Vinay Chand5
ABSTRACT: In engagement settings, examination capacities have frequently been ignored as assets are diverted to alternative needs, such as addressing enhanced illness, impermanence and health system challenges straight and/or circuitously associated to general workers public and had not given much importance on health of labour workforce of nation. This has had an adversative long-term impression in such prolonged disaster effects similar to those found in the developing nation like India, where focus on backbone i.e. labourers resilience have regularly been conceded. In this paper, we suggest an intangible frame for consolidation of organized as well as unorganized workers health system to enable them become disaster resilient.
KEYWORDS: Resilient Health System, Disaster Risk Management (DRM), Intangible frame work, India,