India faces many challenges in providing health services for its people. 68% of the Indian population lives in rural areas, and while state governments understand the urgent need to improve the quality of public health, the on-ground reality often paints a dismal picture.
Moreover, disease control strategy has three main pillars – prevention, surveillance, and treatment. Of these, prevention methods are found to cost the least in terms of time and money and are also the most advantageous in terms of health. Surveillance also plays a key role in disease control by making it possible to make informed decisions and deploy the right tools.
SnG distributes award-winning products for disease prevention and surveillance, while constantly ensuring that these products are brought to India at the right price for large-scale and cost-effective deployment. Among its initial offerings are products to prevent common vector-borne and water-borne infectious diseases, and portable water surveillance kits.