To address these health issues along with special reference to mother and child healthcare needs Smile Foundation with the support of Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) launched a Smile on Wheels project. Some of the main features of this programme are to make the community aware and develop health seeking behavior in them. The main focus of this programme apart from mother and children will be on public transport drivers living in the urban areas of Delhi. The awareness sessions conducted by the Smile on Wheels on health of women and taking care of infants and small children have greatly benefitted the population and the door step medical help provided to the people in the slums have decreased their health woes up to much extents.
Improving coverage of antenatal care amongst pregnant women to ensure safe motherhood and decreased maternal mortality.
Generating awareness on issues of reproductive and sexual health covering safe motherhood, child health, family planning, RTI/STI/HIV-AIDS among adolescent girls.
To provide primary health services to people residing in the identified villages/slums at their doorsteps through mobile health clinic.
To sensitize the community towards better health seeking behavior to demand and avail better quality healthcare services with the help of Behavioural Change Communication in the form of Information Education Communication material.
To develop linkages with nearby government/private health institutions/clinics to provide health care referral services to the targeted population.
21,346 CHILDREN DIRECTLY PROVIDED EDUCATION THROUGH 120 CENTERS IN 21 STATES
50% OF TOTAL BENEFICIARIES ENROLLED WHERE GIRL CHILDREN, TO ENSURE A FAIR START FOR ALL
100% CHILDREN RECEIVED REGULAR NUTRITION & HEALTH CARE SUPPORT
100% TEACHER RECEIVED TRAINING IN INNOVATIVE TEACHING SKILLS
IN 2014 , A TOTAL OF 12,000 PEOPLE BENEFITED FROM THE INITIATIVE
OVER100 ICE ACTIVITIES WERE CONDUCTED LAST YEAR, BENEFITING MORE THAN 6500 PEOPLE
4500 STUDENTS RECEIVED BENEFIT FROM SCHOOLHEALTH PROGRAMS
IN THE FIRST MONTH OF THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE STATIC CLINIC PROGRAM A TOTAL265 PEOPLE BENEFITED OF WHICH 57% BENEFICIARIESWERE WOMAN