Realising a healthy world requires accelerated access to quality medicines for the masses. Our outreach programmes are focused on long-term, sustainable development for the underprivileged communities. The Foundation is involved in getting to the bottom of pressing challenges plaguing the society and bringing solutions to them.
We are running the following community upliftment programmes.
The residential school is dedicated to caring for disenfranchised girl children and provide better facilities for them to grow in a safe and uplifting environment. We make every effort to ensure that the children there have all the sustenance support they need and fund essentials, including books, linens, solar lamps, among others.
The initiative is our effort to raise fierce, resilient and empowered girls. We impart key lessons on crucial subjects like personal hygiene, menstruation, physical fitness, and so on to these children. Regular eye and health check-ups f help us ensure that they are given adequate nutrition and care. We have appointed a coach to teach the children to play Football.
The Foundation adopted the ashram in Karelibaug, Vadodara to enable orphaned and destitute children in their holistic development process. Multiple recreational activities, competitions and field trips are organised to keep the children engaged and ready them for the opportunities that await them in the world. Continuous efforts are made to maintain the infrastructure across the campus.
Close collaborations with local representatives help us support the underprivileged. We adopted two rural schools in Sindhrot Prathmikshala and Sherkhi Prathmikshala and appointed teachers to conduct remedial classes.
We have taken on the responsibility to run this government institution to aid those that have been rendered without a home. The initiative has been beneficial in ensuring that the underprivileged are given basic access to dignified living facilities.
As part of this program, we are making more areas under our influence Open Defecation Free (ODF) by constructing household toilets in Karkhadi and Pindapa panchayat of Vadodara as well as Tajpura, Dadiyapura and Shivjipura villages of Vaseti Panchayat.
For nearly four decades, we are working to support over 15 villages in Panelav across sectors of health, community development, education, women empowerment, agriculture and animal husbandry.
I am a member of Jay Mataji Sakhi Mandal, a local SHG formed by the women in Parekhpura village with support from our Foundation. The money saved through the schemes that we have outlined for ourselves helped me fund and complete my daughter's education.
Member of the self-help group, Parekhpura