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HEALTHCARE FOR ALL

HEALTHCARE FOR ALL

WHY HEALTHCARe

WHAT WE DO

OUR INTERVENTIONS

Reaching the unreached through fully-equipped Mobile Healthcare Units staffed with doctors and paramedics, providing OPD services, point-of-care test facilities and medicines

Connecting people from remote rural areas with doctors for specialized healthcare from nearby urban health centres, through e-Health Kiosks and Telemedicine Centres staffed with paramedics

Creating accessible static healthcare centres in remote rural communities providing OPD, medicines, point of care test facilities and counseling, with focus on Physiotherapy Services

Providing need-based healthcare services to specific target groups through standalone health camps with specialized doctors, point of care tests, and sometimes surgical facilities

Enhancing reach and capacity of Government Health Centres by integrating telemedicine at sub-centres, training of frontline workers and upgradation of PHCs

OUR FOCUS

Our Focus

Impact 2022-23

75,000+

people sensitised on health & hygiene through IEC activities

75%

75% of the 10,50,000+ beneficiaries were women and children

80,000+

people benefitted through telemedicine projects

77,000+

people received relief support under emergency & disaster response

Last year's impact

10,00,000+

people received
healthcare services

85,000+

people benefitted
through telemedicine
projects

32,000+

point of care tests
conducted

75%

of total beneficiaries
were women & children

10,000+

children benefitted
from School Health Programme

3500+

IEC sessions conducted
to spread awareness
on health

3,50,000+

people sensitized
through IED activities

6500+

women benefitted from
maternal & child health
services

1000+

VHSNC members and
frontline heath
workers trained

reach & presence

700+ Villages & Slums

58 projects

17 states

14 Aspirational Districts

reach & presence

700+ Villages & Slums

58 projects

17 states

14 Aspirational Districts

STORIES OF CHANGE

YASH

Five year old Yash lives with his family in the JJ Colony of Noida’s Sector 9. His father Sispal is a mechanic

RANI

Five-year-old Rani lives with her family of six in Sukhraili Village, Gurugram. Her mother is the

GAURAV

When Rita and Sandeep had Gaurav six months back the condition of their family was bad. Gaurav elder

CHANGE THAT INSPIRES US

BLOGS

Turning 100– Indian Healthcare System in 25 Years

Healthcare, like our other rights and privileges, is given to us by the Constitution

Making Healthcare System in India a Major Agenda for G20 2023

Making Healthcare System in India a Major Agenda for G20 2023

India; a looted, invaded and colonised nation. From being

Challenges in last mile delivery of healthcare in rural areas

Health is one of the fundamental human rights for people and it must be 

FOR CSR SUPPORT

yash

Five year old Yash lives with his family in the JJ Colony of Noida’s Sector 9. His father Sispal is a mechanic by profession and earns just enough to sustain their family.

Yash was diagnosed with burns last year. He wasn’t keeping well for a long time and needed urgent medical attention in the middle of the pandemic. Due to financial constraints, his family could not take him to a private hospital. Meanwhile government hospitals were full because of COVID patients.

During a regular visit of the Smile on Wheels van supported by Ericsson in his area, Yash visited the MMU and was diagnosed with burns. Smile on Wheels is a mobile hospital service provided by Smile Foundation to provide healthcare services to the under-privileged in rural areas and urban slums of India.

The doctors at Smile on Wheels prescribed proper medication to him and counseled his parents on how to take care of him. Due to correct treatment and care from his family, his condition started improving.

Yash and his family are grateful to Smile on Wheels team for saving his life during the pandemic.

RANI

Five-year-old Rani lives with her family of six in Sukhraili Village, Gurugram. Her mother is the sole bread winner in the family and works in a private company in Gurugram.

During the pandemic, Rani suffered a serious injury on her right foot and was unable to walk properly. However, due to financial constraints she wasn’t able to go to the hospital or consult a doctor.

In the meanwhile, her family came to know about Smile on Wheels, a mobile hospital service provided by Smile Foundation to provide healthcare services to the under-privileged in rural areas and urban slums of India and decided to consult our doctors.

The team of Smile on Wheels van supported by Ericsson examined her properly and started immediate treatment. Due to quick action and adequate measures by the doctors, Rani’s injury started healing.

Rani and her family are happy and grateful that she’s finally able to walk on her own.

Gaurav, haryana

When I took him to the doctor his scalp looked scary, now he has recovered and is so happy.

When Rita and Sandeep had Gaurav six months back the condition of their family was bad. Gaurav’s elder sister was down with a bout of viral fever. Being daily wage earners it became very difficult for them to bear so much expenses. Even though Gaurav was born in a government hospital, his parents took him back home against the advice of the doctors because his sister also had to be looked after.

Soon after the baby’s scalp started to turn red and flakes began to appear on his scalp. Initially the mother did not notice but when the flakes turned heavy she began to go to a local doctor to cure her baby but he could not do much. After hearing about the Smile on Wheels, Rita took her baby to the clinic where he was prescribed an ointment. Gaurav began to recover in no time and his parents are overjoyed that he is growing up healthy and happy.

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2. By signing up for various services offered by Smile Foundation, the user explicitly authorizes us to collect information based on the user’s usage. The information is used to help provide a better experience to the user and is used as per the user’s specified instructions.

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2. The Smile Foundation website contains links to other websites for the benefit of its visitors. This Privacy Policy does not apply to such other websites.

3. Smile Foundation is not expressly or impliedly responsible for, or liable to any loss or damage caused to a user by the collection, use and retention of Personal Information by such website in any manner whatsoever. It is important that the users review the privacy policies of all websites they visit before disclosing any information to such websites.

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1. As and when the need arises, Smile Foundation may alter its privacy policy in accordance with the latest technology and trends. It will provide you with timely notice of these changes. The users may reach out to Smile Foundation if they have any queries about any changes made to its practices.

2. If you have any questions at all about Smile Foundation’s privacy policy, please write to us at: [email protected]

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Welcome to this web-site of SMILE FOUNDATION. We make public our policy on refund and cancellation of donations received for the social cause on payment gateway as under:-

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  • If any in-kind support received by the donor from any where the material will be reached to the poorest of the poorer communities.
  • Once received the donation for a cause will not be refunded to the donor. No cancellation to be made. The donation will be used for the community development, children education or women’s empowerment.
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Supplementing & In Alignment with Government Initiatives

Disaster Response

EDUCATION

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
National Education Policy
Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao
Digital India

Disaster Response

lIVELIHOOD

Skill India
Enhancing Formal Skilling



Disaster Response

HEALTH

National Rural Health Mission
Universal Health Coverage
National Digital Health Mission
Promotion of Govt. Health Schemes

Disaster Response

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

Anaemia Mukt Bharat
Poshan Abhiyan
Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan
Anganwadi Strengthening