SWASTHYA is RMNCH+A Health Program with the special focus on Child Malnutrition funded by Wipro cares. The program is being implemented in seventeen of the most vulnerable hamlets in Virar, Agashi-Arnala region, Maharashtra.
SWASTHYA project focusses on creating a health ecosystem that is responsive, affordable, and equitable, and which provides quality preventive, promotive, and curative primary healthcare for the poor, with a focus on women, children, Adolescents and other vulnerable populations.
500 children, 100 pregnant women and 750 adolescents are being supported under this project. Children up to 10 years are being supported under child health and nutrition program. Anemia detection and reduction program, menstrual health and hygiene management program and Life skills education programs are being organized for adolescents. Maternal Health and Nutrition program is being carried out to reduce pregnancy related complications by early identification and management of high risk pregnancies as well as nutrition education to help them understand the importance of healthy dietary practices during antenatal and postnatal period.