We ensure that our community people are in a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being. A healthy mind resides in a healthy body that is free of diseases. Constant efforts have been made by the foundation to ensure the same.

A) Swasthya Setu (360° healthcare)


The project is a 360-degree health program to address the various health issues prevailing in the communities of Panelav, Jarod, Karakhadi & Sindhrot. The community people are provided with free consultation, medicines, lab tests and diagnosis. The patients are also provided with free surgeries along with free pick-up and drop facilities. The community people are also being supported for Ayushman cards through regular camps.

B) Vikas Arogya Kendra


A free clinic for the well-being of the community people runs at Panelav since 1982. The clinic has a Physician for daily check-ups of the outdoor Patients and three visiting specialists (T.B. Specialist, Gynaecologist & Dermatologist) on specific days. More than 5,000 patients benefitted in last 6 months from this project.

C) Suposhan (Reducing Malnutrition)


The project was initiated in 15 villages of Panelav region with an aim to increase nutritional status of the beneficiaries of 34 Anganwadi Centres in Jarod, Panelav & Karakhadi. The project targets to reduce malnutrition and anemia among lactating mothers, pregnant women, adolescents and children (0-5 years) whereas increase their immunization, antenatal care and institutional delivery. Monthly Health Check-up camps for 0-5 years children, pregnant and lactating mothers and adolescents, Monthly Anthropometry of 1500+ children, Quarterly Anemia screening of adolescents and workshops on Nutrition Education in Schools, Celebration of days, like Breastfeeding Week, Nutrition Week, Children's Day, HIV/AIDS Day to sensitize community, Capacity building of Anganwadi Centre functionaries, Regular home visits and counselling of Severely & Moderately Acute Malnourished children (SAM & MAM), ANCs & PNCs, high-risk mothers & adolescents.

D) Alembic Sports (Fitness, Fun & Excellence)


The project was initiated to inculcate the culture of health & fitness as a habit among all rural school students of neighbourhood villages of Alembic's Panelav & Karakhadi Plants. A total of 3000 children of 17 schools are the target group to promote fitness as a way of life for all and channelize class 1-12 students' energy in a constructive way through regular sports coaching of students in 17 schools, providing sports equipment in all schools, screening and scouting of students to groom them in a particular sport, fitness assessment of students based on the FIT INIDA parameters, organising sports competitions at school level.

E) Supporting Enablement & Wellbeing Action (Care & protection of vulnerable)

Group Foster Care

To provide a family like environment to vulnerable children of the city group Foster Care was established wherein the basic necessities of 8 children such as education, health and well-being is taken care of along while providing them a homely environment.


Specialised Adoption Agency

With an aim of working for the betterment of children who are abandoned at an early age, the foundation initiated its work in collaboration with Government to cater such children at the Specialized Adoption Centre in Nizampura, Vadodara which is one of the 'Children Homes' run by the State Government under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act and Adoption Regulation Act. The Foundation provides a safe and nurturing environment for such children and facilitates their adoption to ensure that they have a better life. Total 4 adoptions (3 adopted by families residing out of India and 1 adopted in India) took place since July till now.


Blood Transfusion Centre for Thalassaemic children

Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder in which human body doesn't have enough normal, healthy red blood cells. The treatment involves periodic blood transfusion which require appropriate facilities, infrastructure and financial capability from patient's side making it difficult for the weaker sections. The Blood Transfusion Centre set up at BAGH on World Thalassemia Day, 7th May 2017 serves patients suffering from Thalassemia Major at free of cost. 54 patients are benefitting every month. The service includes consultation, monthly and quarterly tests, blood donor arrangement and transfusions.


Fatehsinh Arya Anath Ashram & CCI Koyli

The children are provided with sports, dance and computer coaching. Regular workshops on relevant topics and recreational activities are organised alongwith regular health check-ups.