Building prosperity through sustainable livelihoods
This thematic program is a comprehensive community-based health, nutrition, sanitation, and hygiene program aimed to enhance the overall health and well-being of communities, particularly in rural areas. By providing primary healthcare services, family planning, child health, nutrition education, and addressing social issues such as female foeticide and HIV/AIDS, we strive to create a sustainable and healthy future for all.
Through collaboration with government frontline functionaries, including ASHA workers, Anganwadi workers, and multi-purpose health workers, we have successfully integrated our program with existing infrastructure and resources. This integration allows us to leverage their expertise and reach a wider population effectively.
Our programs are designed to benefit the most vulnerable populations, including women, children, and families in rural communities. We prioritize maternal and child health, ensuring that expecting mothers receive proper care and that children have access to essential healthcare services. Additionally, we work closely with community-based organizations, volunteers, and local leaders to engage the community actively and promote a sense of ownership.
Our program operates in various regions, targeting areas that lack adequate access to healthcare, nutrition, sanitation, and hygiene facilities. We focus on underserved rural communities, where the need for intervention is critical. By addressing these essential areas, we contribute to the overall improvement of community health, reduce preventable diseases, and enhance the quality of life for individuals and families.
Our program employs a multifaceted approach to achieve its goals
Through the collaborative efforts of our team, government functionaries, and community members, we have made significant strides in improving community health, nutrition, sanitation, and hygiene. Together, we are building a healthier and more resilient future for all.
Number of patients came for medical check up
Nutrition kitchen garden promoted (Annually)
Garbage pits (Annually)
Village Health Sanitation & Nutrition Committees (Annually)
Pregnant, lactating and newly married women counselling