Women’s productivity and good health determine the well-being of the family. Under the focused healthcare intervention, we provide routine rural medical clinics, assisted by qualified physicians, and mobile health camps for SHG members from remote rural communities. Championing the cause of maternal and child health, Mother's Collectives are formed at the village-level as a platform to provide health training on Anaemia prevention and control, Early Childhood Care and Development and more. Women and girls are made aware of hygiene practices, besides linking them up with Government subsidies to build toilets.
Our medical camps reach the unreached through mobile medical vans and rural clinics Screened for curative and preventive care, patients are prescribed medication or directed towards cost-effective follow-up treatments.
Providing rural households with holistic sanitation infrastructure and creating awareness on water, sanitation, hygiene and menstrual health.
Mothers' Collective, are formed as women-led groups, to sensitise their peers on reproduction, early childhood care and family health Children are screened and treated for malnourishment.
Working in close collaboration with the government and corporate partners, we renovate community facilities including Public Health Centres, daycare centres for infants and Women Sanitary Complex.
A Model of Community Healthcare
The Integrated Child Development Services at Ramakrishnapuram village, Tamil Nadu is ever buzzing with activity. 74 mothers and 110 children form a part of the Mothers’ Collective who have undergone five-module training. “The personal hygiene training has been an eye-opener. I am more inclined to keep my house and surroundings clean. It directly impacts our health,” shares Vennila, a young mother. She recites all the basics of personal hygiene training and explains how she can track the development of her child’s mental and physical health. Vennila goes on to add, “My elder son is a mentally and physically handicapped. I suspect that it was because of lack of nutrition and immunisation. I wasn’t aware of all these fundamentals of health before joining the Mothers Collective. I wish the training was held 5 years ago!” she laments.