Technology & Health

C-HELP believes that technology should be used in the context of health to ensure the actualization of the right to health.


C-HELP undertakes research, advocacy, and literacy through the examination of law, policy and practice in relation to digital health, and the use of technology in health-related systems and delivery.

C-HELP engages in Research & Advocacy aimed at developing and disseminating knowledge on law and policy issues as they pertain to health. This includes analysing and advising on proposed or extant legislation, policy or practice, convening expert fora, undertaking research projects, and engagement with actors in law, policy and related disciplines.



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C-HELP engages in Legal Literacy & Capacity-building aimed at informing people about the law, its utility and the rights and obligations contained within it in relation to health issues. This is done through legal education, workshops, and using new media as tools to make law and policy more accessible and relatable to the citizenry.

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C-HELP does not discriminate on the basis of caste, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, sex characteristics, disability, age or marital status. 

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