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Health And Nutrition For Transformation
“Health is wealth” we all are familiar with this ordinary saying but do people understand that this quote holds so much deeper meaning to it. Adequate nutrition and quality primary care play’s an essential role in a child’s physical, mental and emotional development. A proper diet is essential from the very early age of life for growth, development, active life, and unsustainable harm to the child’s health. Malnutrition in India has adversely affected the lives of millions of children; it is home to 46.6 million stunted children, a third of the world’s total as per the Global Nutrition Report 2018.
Health statistics of rural India continue to be poor, the health status and access to health for the poor in urban slum dwellers has surfaced to be equally deplorable and have less than 4% of government primary public health care facilities.
Uneducated parents in rural and urban areas belong to weaker sections they are unaware of the risk of lack of proper food. In India, there are so many families that can afford a 1-time meal for themselves.
“If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have the safest way to health.”
Project to enhance the health and nutrition of Rural tribal children to improve their health.
Provide Adequate nutrition and quality primary care in a child’s physical, mental and emotional developmentin the age group of 6 months to 6 years each day for one year. The project will include 3000 malnourished rural children.
- The first step is to spread awareness in urban as well as rural areas.
- The second step is to protect needy ones. Provide common health care commodities(such as common medicines and hygiene products) to them.
- In the third step, you can be the one and join us to fulfil these goals to make the
TrulyHelp aims to make people aware of the things which are necessary for them. Healthcare not only covers the medicine part but it also covers the area of food. Over one year we can look forward to the following sustainable outcomes:
10%- 20 %
Improvement in weight
Up to 20%
Possible reduction in the incidence of malnourishment
Up to 20%
Possible reduction in the incidence of stunting