With an investment of over 176 Cr since its inception in 2015, THF’s ambitious statewide development program UK 2020 is now focused on reaching the last mile villages. Having supported a wide array of projects, THF has embarked on its first project of the Integrated Village Development Program (IVDP) with the vision of demonstrating successful model villages in Uttarakhand. The underlying principle is holistic development, integrating elements of health, education, livelihoods, drinking water and sanitation, energy, land & water resource management, and other related aspects of development that will result in an improved quality of life for all residents. The selected cluster of villages would be turned into a self-sustaining, profit-generating unit with economic & social empowerment; essentially setting up a planned economy controlled by local residents.
MANSI, SUPPORTED BY THF HAS BENEFITED MORE THAN 14,500 PREGNANT AND LACTATING WOMEN SO FAR
Eye bank established in Guwahati Medical College and Hospital #GMCH #Guwahati in collaboration with #LVPEI, @THF_INDIA and @tatatrusts to provide advanced #eyecare in the ... #northeast region.
Arvind Shekar is one of the young adults supported by The Hans Foundation’s partner, #BiswaGouriCharitableTrust through its unit ‘Pragati Towards Livelihood’.
The estimated number of children born with congenital heart disease in India is more than 2,00,000 per year. Challenges for pediatric cardiac care includes lack of awareness, ... accessibility to hospitals and financial limitations of the families.
This Christmas, let’s come forward and send wishes full of hope, happiness and love for a joyous Holiday Season! The Hans Foundation wishes you a Merry Christmas. May this ... festival bring joy into your lives.
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India has approximately 6,00,000 villages with 70% of its population staying in rural areas.
Persons with disabilities comprise at least 4 to 8 percent of the Indian population. Only 35.29% of all people living with disabilities have access to schools.
Migrants contribute their knowledge, networks, and skills to build stronger and more resilient communities. COVID-19 has disproportionately affected vulnerable communities, ... especially migrants.