Bangalore is called the Silicon Valley of India because of its advancements in the software industry. But not all parts of Bangalore are as advanced, there are places where people do not have a proper place to live in and two square meals to eat. The health conditions of the people in this place are not good and also they do not live in hygienic conditions. There is no proper health care unit in the areas that people can avail. Women suffer from anemia and children suffer from malnutrition.


Project Highlights

  • To provide curative services for common communicable diseases, injuries and accidents.

  • Patients are also being treated for common chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, chronic bronchitis, asthma, arthritis etc.

  • Antenatal and postnatal care is provided to the mothers as well as immunization vaccinations to the small children. Emergency cases are referred to the headquarter PHC or the nearest PHC. Alternately, 108 is immediately contacted for the transfer of patients.

  • First Aid services and counseling on matters like HIV/AIDS is also provided to the people.

  • Immediate lab tests are also conducted so that diseases can be diagnosed at the earliest.

Impact

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


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