Niramaya Health Foundation is a non-profit and non-government organization started in June 2001 in Mumbai for improving health of the communities it serves. Niramaya was conceptualized even before that, in 1999, to tackle commonly found ‘Micronutrient Deficiencies’ in preschool children. Originally an endeavor of Pratham Mumbai Education Initiative to improve the health of balwadi (pre-school) children, Niramaya took shape and came into existence. Since Niramaya’s inception the healthcare activities have broadened beyond child health and nutrition to good health for all. Niramaya has also expanded the range of the healthcare activities from curative to preventive and promotive care.
Niramaya believes in carrying out cost effective, measurable and sustainable health care projects and programs for marginalized communities.
Efforts of an NGO put in for over five years have turned around the fate of 11 slums in Mumbai suburbs
International Women’s Day, as the name implies, is a day to celebrate womanhood, their social, political, cultural, political, economic achievements and their significant contributions to society, while laying importance on gender equality. People come together to commemorate women not just well-known personalities, but also each woman who plays a pivotal part in the shaping of … Continue reading International Women’s Day at Niramaya Health Foundation
Girls Health Champions Collaborates with Niramaya Health Foundation Priya Shankar and Ricky Sharma, the co-founders of Girls Health Champions, an organization that trains adolescent girls as peer health educators collaborated with Niramaya Health Foundation in implementing the peer education model in schools in Mumbai, India. Girls Health Champions is a program that was designed and … Continue reading Girls Health Champions Collaborates with Niramaya Health Foundation
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