Every child, no matter who they are or where they come from, to be healthy., through its Health & Nutrition Programmes Since Ashaa Foundation establishment , we have faced a multitude of issues but undeterred, we have devised several solutions that help us continue sharing the gift of health & nutrition with underprivileged children. Here, take a look India has one of the highest infant mortality in the world at 721,000, which is 1975 deaths daily on average. India’s IMR is worse than that of its neighbors, such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka. Even though India performs economically well then in these countries, in 2019, India spent only 1.5% of its GDP on Healthcare. According to UNICEF, 50% of all deaths below five can be prevented by providing skilled health care at birth and quality postnatal care for the mother and baby. Under nutrition is associated with 50% of all under-five deaths. 53% of women in India have anemia. Good governance and adequately trained healthcare staff can together reduce neonatal deaths by an average of 24%. The numbers are high due to lack of facilities at primary health centers, such as doctors, beds, clean water, bathrooms, and even shortage of transport to urban hospitals where specialized care can be given to the infants. The majority of these deaths (58%) are neonates- newborns younger than 28 days. 60% of primary health centers in India do not have a stabilization unit for newborns, and these centers have a shortage of specialist doctors from 75% to 95%. IMR also gives us information about the urban-rural healthcare divide, while urban India has a score of 23, rural India has a score of 23.

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  • 1835 people received healthcare services through 34 operational projects in 78 remote villages and slums
  • Over 70% of the total beneficiaries covered in the reporting period were women and children
  • More than 1000 school going children benefitted from School Health Programme
  • 142 multi-speciality camps were conducted in underserved slums and remote rural areas, meeting the immediate healthcare needs of 7373 people
  • 231 children and families benefited by our health care project

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