Nutrition is a critical part of health and development. Better nutrition leads to improved health, stronger immune systems, safer pregnancy and childbirth, lower risk of non-communicable
diseases etc. While many communities in India are still vulnerable to various forms of avoidable diseases, it becomes all the more important to work towards eradicating
them through focused investments and interventions. Given below are some CSR proposals and products that you may find interesting, under the thematic area of healthcare
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The program has been designed with the broader goal of making adopted villages malnutrition free and puts a great emphasize on educating parents and bringing behavioral changes
in dietary habits and hygiene practices. Program will be implemented through Village Health Committee and working closely with govt’s front line workers.
HKM Charitable Trust, in this initiative provides relief to the vulnerable families communities visiting public hospitals by serving them a wholesome, hot meal free of cost.
The aim is to ensure that accompanying family members are well fed to provide quality care and can save every penny for patient's well-being.
Safe Kids Foundation would like to address the problem of malnutrition by increasing the nutritious state of children through increased awareness and by providing supplements
and thus improving the health of the children and reducing the infant mortality and morbidity caused due to poor diet.
CINI Nutrimix is a holistic food supplement initially designed to eradicate malnutrition among mother and children but also applicable for people belonging to diverse age
groups. It comes with rice flour variant, as an alternative to wheat
The Recobro Vigile is a highly miniaturized ICU and OT/OR grade multiparameter vital sign monitor with wireless communication capabilities. The device is able to measure up
to 7 distinct vital signs and transmit patient data directly to their physician’s smartphone through its dedicated mobile app – MyTelePatient.
Khushi Baby is a comprehensive platform for tracking Reproductive Maternal Neonatal and Child Health care, tailored for last-mile settings without connectivity. It is based
on Near Field Communication (NFC) technology and cloud computin, and also allows offline authentication.
Kumari GN is a dedicated Anganwadi Worker, who challenged herself to go that extra mile and contribute to the community in many ways. As a result, she was awarded the Plan
India Impact Award 2021, which is an initiative of Plan India to honour the last mile champions. A certificate of merit came her way in the ‘Best Anganwadi Category’ to
recognize her immense efforts. Her initiative ‘Nurturing Gardens to Nurture Children’, was chosen to be award-worthy because she transformed the barren land of her Anganwadi
centre into a thriving Kitchen Garden. Additionally, her excellent rapport with the community served her well so that she was able to network with numerous stakeholders
and also work as a nutritional consultant for her community parents.