The rehabilitation center at Sakra World Hospital in Bengaluru is the first of its kind in India. (Photo by Kunio Saijo)

TOKYO/MUMBAI — As India struggles with delivering quality health care to its population of 1.4 billion people, Japanese companies are playing a part in supporting local facilities from rural mobile clinics to big-city hospitals.

Hundreds of people, from young mothers to older adults, gathered on March 15 at a settlement in the southwestern state of Kerala to receive tuberculosis screenings at a Fujifilm mobile clinic.

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