The Indian Health Service, a government body, has been running a $1 billion program to provide medical care to patients in remote rural areas.
The program, which is called the Indian Health for Rural Areas Act, aims to help rural populations in developing countries with chronic diseases such as tuberculosis, HIV and malaria.
But critics say the Indian government has neglected rural health care in its push to build a health care system that will be ready to care for the next generation.
The new funding for rural health comes in addition to the $1 million in new health care funding the Indian health service was awarded this year by Congress for a project to build medical facilities in remote villages.
The new funding comes in the form of a $5 billion program from the Indian National Health Infrastructure Fund.
It includes a $200 million grant for rural hospitals.
But critics of the new funding argue that it has been used for just one project, which includes building a hospital in a remote village.
“The Indian Health System has been using the funds to construct facilities that will allow them to meet their health needs,” said Indira Choudhary, executive director of the Center for Health Equity and Wellness, a non-profit advocacy group.
“But it has neglected the poor.”
Critics of the Indian Healthcare System say the funds are being used to build facilities that are not needed in remote areas, and to provide services that are often unaffordable.
“In rural India, where there are no primary health facilities, the health system is a big failure,” said Rajeev Kapoor, president of the National Rural Health Forum.
“This new funding is not being used for health care for rural populations.”
The Indian government is building a new health facility in Kargil, on the Indian border with Pakistan.
It will include a new primary health facility, a rehabilitation center, a primary care center, an intensive care unit, a ward for chronic diseases, and a pharmacy.
The $3.8 billion project will also include a rehabilitation hospital, a new outpatient center, and the building of a medical clinic.
But in rural areas, there are not enough primary health care facilities, and in some parts of the country, the rural health systems have failed to provide quality care.
The Indian health system has a long history of failures in providing quality health care.
In 2009, the government was forced to pull funding for the Indian Indian National Rural Healthcare Fund after it failed to deliver basic services.
Since then, more than $1 trillion has been allocated to rural health in the country.
In India, nearly one in three children in rural communities have a chronic disease, and nearly 30 percent of the population live below the poverty line.
The $1-billion fund, the first of its kind in the world, is a major funding boost for the government to help build health infrastructure, and will not address the health needs of rural communities.
The Indian government says it hopes to provide health care services to all of its people by the year 2025.
The United Nations has criticized the Indian budget for the new fund, saying it is insufficient for the vast majority of rural populations.
The money, however, is an important step in the Indian Government’s efforts to build up its health care capacity.
The fund is the latest funding to come out of the $12 billion Health Infrastructure Investment Fund that was established to fund health services for the developing world.
This is part of a larger $1 to $2 trillion plan to build health systems in the developing countries.
“We hope this money will go towards building the infrastructure to serve those in remote and underserved areas of India who have not been able to access health services,” said Dr. Nagesh Gupta, director of global health and health equity at the Indian Council for Medical Research.
“The Indian Government needs to focus on the poor and marginalized to build these health systems.”
The $3-billion grant for health services will go to two rural hospitals in the remote northern district of Gondi, which has a population of more than 12 million.
One of the hospitals is a rehabilitation facility.
The second is a primary health center.
In Gondia, the hospitals are located near the Indian Army’s Mysore base, which will be converted into a new hospital in 2020.
The two hospitals will serve as primary health clinics for the region.
But the funds will also be used for other infrastructure projects in Gondimai, in the district of Meerut, and Meerat, in south-central India.
The health centers will serve the health of more 3 million people in Gori, which stretches from the border with Bhutan to the borders with Bangladesh and Pakistan.
The health centers in Goryanagar, which sits between the Himalayas and Nepal, are among the most impoverished areas in the region, and many people have limited access to health care due to the shortage of basic health care resources.