Where have all the nurses gone??

Youcare analyses the exodus of nursing workers from India to overseas for job opportunities and the current healthcare scenario in India and its challenges. Continue reading Where have all the nurses gone??


Green House Project: Future of elder care in India

The world is ageing. And so are its inhabitants. To put it in perspective, the no of people above the age of 60 in the world in 2008 were over 506 million. This number was to grow upto 1.3 billion by 2040. India and China are to have over 50% of these seniors in their country. And to see the overall picture, by 2021 the … Continue reading Green House Project: Future of elder care in India

Unemployed or Unemployable

This is first of a two part blog highlighting the plight of the informal job sector in India and what needs to be done to mitigate the risk of a largely unemployable youth populace. In a recent survey conducted by the Ministry of Labour Relations, it was found that India despite being on an upward trajectory is still struggling to create more jobs and employers … Continue reading Unemployed or Unemployable

Indian Women: The dormant power

According to the ILO’s Global Employment Trends 2013 report , India’s labour force participation rate (LFPR) for women fell from just over 37 per cent in 2004-05 to 29 per cent in 2009-10 till 27.4 per cent in 2015-16. Out of 131 countries with available data, India ranks 11th from the bottom in female labour force participation. Data for these years throws up a worrying … Continue reading Indian Women: The dormant power

5 Ways to build a strong baby.

Proper exercises and eating are a significant part of one’s health. Toddlers also require doing exercises daily for one hour. If they are raised doing exercises as a part of their daily routine, then most probably there will not be any harm of obesity in their future health. It is better to make a toddler walk for 10-15 minutes rather than use baby prams, carriers, … Continue reading 5 Ways to build a strong baby.