Survival of the baby girl and their Treatment: As per UNICEF’s data nearly 1.73 million children die in India every year due to lack of treatment. As the most prominent medical support NGO in Mumbai give awareness programmes on health and personal hygiene in slums for underprivileged children, their parents and also in spreading awareness in the schools and slum. Many families come from weaker sections who need nutritional support especially children who are admitted in government hospitals and whose parents cannot afford food and find it very difficult to take care of their children.
Childhood lays the groundwork for lifelong personal hygiene responsibility, which is critical for a healthy childhood, maturity, and the development of positive health values and the utilisation of health services.
Maintaining personal cleanliness is beneficial to children’s quality of life and longevity. This is especially important in a slum neighbourhood where living conditions are precarious.
The health of a society’s children has a significant impact on its future. Parents and teachers, as constructive shapers of children’s health behaviours, should play an important role in early personal hygiene education for children.
In India, terminally sick individuals with treatable diseases lack access to life-saving drugs, as well as doctors who know how to deliver them.
In India, 65 percent of health care costs are borne by the individual, and these costs “drive nearly 57 million people into poverty each year.”
One of the most glaring inconsistencies in our country is the stark disparity between the healthcare services offered to the wealthy middle class and the poorer portions of the population.
While there is a huge population who cannot afford healthcare. As the leading health care support NGOs in Mumbai, we help bridge this gap by funding surgeries, healthcare, nutrition and other health requirements of a girl child.
Nanhi Pari Foundation provides financial support for baby girls who cannot afford any critical operations/critical illness/ support in medicines and help them to buy generic medicines.
Following the aspirations of NGOs for medical support in Mumbai We also take medical camps for eyes check-up and also help for cataract operation.
Often many of the health care support NGOs in Mumbai, miss out on eye healthcare. Importance of regular eye check-ups include:
The visual function of both proximal and distance vision is tested during an eye examination.
The basic visual acuity assessment determines whether or not glasses will be required for the first time.
To reach their greatest potential, children require the correct meals at the right time. The 1,000-day period between pregnancy and a child’s second birthday is the most crucial for optimal nutrition.
Children must start eating solid foods at the age of six months. Young infants should be fed regularly and in sufficient quantities throughout the day, and their meals should be nutrient-dense and diverse in nature.
Before the age of two, what, when, and how children eat is more crucial than at any other time in their lives. Despite this, many new-borns and young children today do not get the nourishment they require to survive and flourish.
Many families come from weaker sections who need nutritional support especially children who are admitted in government hospitals and whose parents cannot afford food and find it very difficult to take care of their children. Nanhi Pari Foundation also helps in funding these requirements.
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