1 out of 4

Girls Drop out of School Before 8th Grade

30%

Girls Are Forced Into Marriage Even Before They Turn 18

268 Million

People Illiterate In India

COMPLEX PROBLEM isn’t it ?

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India is the 6th largest economy in the world but, despite that according to data from 2018, we spent an abysmal 0.34% of that on Health. When compared to other developing nations, Brazil stood at 9.5%, China spends 6.64% and Mexico 5.5% and U.K. 10% of GDP.

Not just a low allocation in the Budget, our country currently ranks 145 out of 180 on quality of and access to healthcare, and 179 of 189 in prioritisation of health in government budgets. The Pandemic further exacerbated the problems. Shortage of hospital beds, Oxygen supply failing to meet the demand in the metro cities, rural India was another heart wrenching story altogether. We were living under the false security of good infrastructure, which was laid bare by this COVID-19 global pandemic.

The Government has undertaken many positive steps like the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, to provide cost effective health facility for all, but it is a monumental undertaking, which requires private as well as non-profit organisations to step-in to supplement where ever there is scope to do so. We dedicated our efforts to the remote rural parts of India where the awareness as well as the availability of basic medical facilities are out of reach. It is our goal to be a organisation which bridges the gap in our healthcare system, in the far-flung, cut-off rural parts, and provide the basic medical amenities and assistance to the majority of our population who still remain unconnected to the cities and its benefits.

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Health  Lets Change the world together

India is the 6th largest economy in the world but, despite that according to data from 2018, we spent an abysmal 0.34% of that on Health. When compared to other developing nations, Brazil stood at 9.5%, China spends 6.64% and Mexico 5.5% and U.K. 10% of GDP.

Not just a low allocation in the Budget, our country currently ranks 145 out of 180 on quality of and access to healthcare, and 179 of 189 in prioritisation of health in government budgets. The Pandemic further exacerbated the problems. Shortage of hospital beds, Oxygen supply failing to meet the demand in the metro cities, rural India was another heart wrenching story altogether. We were living under the false security of good infrastructure, which was laid bare by this COVID-19 global pandemic.

The Government has undertaken many positive steps like the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, to provide cost effective health facility for all, but it is a monumental undertaking, which requires private as well as non-profit organisations to step-in to supplement where ever there is scope to do so. We dedicated our efforts to the remote rural parts of India where the awareness as well as the availability of basic medical facilities are out of reach. It is our goal to be a organisation which bridges the gap in our healthcare system, in the far-flung, cut-off rural parts, and provide the basic medical amenities and assistance to the majority of our population who still remain unconnected to the cities and its benefits.

Scholarship

Community Connect

Communication

Work Ready Curriculum

Scholarship

Community Connect

Communication

Work Ready Curriculum

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“Our children always complained that we did not do enough for them and then they left us in our old age.”

Mahesh and his wife have five daughters. They raised them with equal love and never did they regret not having a son. His children grew up, got married and moved to different places. They began blaming their parents for not providing enough for them and slowly over time stopped coming to see them altogether. Both Mahesh and his wife began to suffer from old age related problems and even when their mother was on her death bed none of the children came.

Mahesh’s health too started to suffer after the demise of his wife and with no one to care for him he became weaker. It was during one of the community counseling sessions that Mahesh came to know about Smile on Wheels clinic and began to attend it regularly. His health has improved and he also talks to the volunteers and jokes around with them. He tries to keep happy and healthy like the doctor asked him to.

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