This time, we turned to the people most affected by the public health infrastructure. Women from grassroots collectives in Bihar met us on Zoom and talked to us about all things health. From hung servers to healthcare centres that could be mistaken for stables—seeking healthcare in rural India is often a thrilling ride.
This feature first appeared as part of The Third Eye’s feminist investigation into India’s public health and its possible futures. You can read the editorial here: https://thethirdeyeportal.in/editorial/ and explore articles, interviews, art, videos, and podcasts that form the edition.