Healthcare Delivery:

Mobile Health Units

Taking healthcare to people’s doorsteps

Mobile Health Services reach out to the underserved communities and facilitate access to quality primary healthcare services within these communities.

12 MHUS
1,50,635

OPD
patients

121

Camps

17,831

Patients

12 MHUS
1,50,635

OPD
patients

121

Camps

17,831

Patients

Healthcare Delivery:

Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and New Born Care Unit

Emergency services to save maternal and infant lives

In partnership with the Govt. of Gujarat, Deepak’s Comprehensive Emergency and New Born Care unit serves over 900,000 people from local tribes. It has conducted over 2,700 deliveries, of which 600 were high risk.

12 MHUS
1,50,635

OPD
patients

121

Camps

17,831

Patients

35,524

Patients served

2,727

Deliveries conductd

668

Hi-risk deliveries

684

Surgeries conducted

Skills & Capacity Building:

Home Health and Nursing Aide

Increasing employability through wage employment trainings Modestly educated, unemployed youth from disadvantaged sections of the society of Chhota Udepur, Gujarat and Hyderabad were given an opportunity to attend government-approved courses in ‘Home Health Aide’.

25,950

Youth trained in home health aide

1,875

Youth trained as bedside attendant

5,625

Youth trained in home nursing aide

Sustainable Livelihoods:

Indo-German Watershed Development Programme

Safeguarding livelihoods through conservation Protecting livelihoods of farmers is necessary to ensure long-term community well-being. To safeguard them from the impact of water uncertainties, creation of water harvesting structures was undertaken in villages of Gujarat and Maharashtra. Each farm pond, with a holding capacity of over 50,000 litres can provide water for 3-4 months.

50,000

litres water storage

9

Villages covered

2000

Tribals & villagers benefited

Education:

Supportive supervision of anganwadis

Taking healthcare to people’s doorsteps

Improving lastmile reach of government programmes in daycare centers : Under this initiative, Anganwadi workers, helpers and nutrition counselors were given an opportunity to upgrade their knowledge and skills in counseling and preschool education.

65

Aaanganwadi Centers supported

1,704

children provided with milk

575

check-ups of children

65

Aaanganwadi Centers supported

1,704

children provided with milk

575

check-ups of children

Education:

Mobile Library Services

Taking books to the students

Mobile Library Services provide children from marginalized communities an access to wide range of books and library services inculcating an interest in learning. Storytelling sessions, theme-based story narration competitions and other activity-based learning sessions resulted in improved reading skills amongst many of these children.

65

Aaanganwadi Centers supported

1,704

children provided with milk

575

check-ups of children

4,500

Children reached

4000

books read

80%

cleared reading & writing tests

60%

cleared age appropriate aptitude test