A Registered 501 (3)c charity working in underserved areas of the world
Pregnancy is the most vulnerable phase of a woman’s life particularly if she belongs to under-served and rural areas in India where poverty, ignorance, lack of education, healthcare and resources are all mitigating factors. Most pregnant women are malnourished and have low birth weight babies.
Please join hands with us and sponsor a Mom-to-be. Our volunteer doctors provide their expertise virtually at the ASHA Center in Jharkand, India.
High protein supplements which include peanuts, soyabean chunks, eggs, wheat flour, barley are provided along with prenatal vitamins, iron supplements and more....
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that works best for you. We're excited to have you join our team!
We are a global nonprofit organization focused on educating, increasing awareness, and provide access to healthcare resources to women and children in underserved populations around the world.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
We have collaborated with alumni from local medical school in Ranchi, India to open a free clinic that is manned by a Nurse every day of the week and overseen by telemedicine with Physicians in the US. If you are interested in joining in this venture, please contact us.
We have served several hundred people so far.
Through donations and project development, we have been able to run multiple programs locally in support of children in India rescued from human trafficking.
Beginning in 2014, we have been providing cervical cancer screening camps in India to low and middle-income areas where a need for access to women's healthcare exists.
We are in the process of raising funds to provide free self-testing HPV kits to encourage and enable women in under-served areas of the United States who qualify to screen themselves.