1951 Free Health Policy in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka adopted the Free Health Policy after gaining independence and has been consistent in its progress ever since. It comprises of a system of grass-root level workers including Public Health Midwives and Public Health Inspectors who visit all households and provide advice on health, nutrition and control of communicable diseases. National and Base hospitals located around the island provide effective and efficient free health care services to all.

other Activities in 1951

Free Health Policy in Sri Lanka

Activities

Meet the UN

Postage Stamp

70-60 exhibition

Documentary