New Delhi / India
My train-hospital traverses India to bring free healthcare to the poorest of society
Dr Rajnish Gourth is the director of the train-hospital Lifeline Express, created and run by the NGO Impact India Foundation in 1991. This train, equipped with the latest technology, traverses India to cure the most deprived of the country. 40 volunteer doctors and surgeons have treated around 1.2 million patients since 1991. The Lifeline Express was awarded the Prize of Excellence in Public Services by the UN and has been nicknamed “the magical train”.
I created a crowdsourcing and mapping website to overcome the major humanitarian challenges