CARE India
02/24/2017 at 14:58. Facebook
Teach kids that universally there is no "Boy jobs" & no "Girl jobs". Raise Kids with equality and sharing the responsibilities. [ Link ]
#GenderEquality, #BreakSterotypes #Patriarchalsociety
CARE India
02/22/2017 at 15:57. Facebook
In the world of karma,what goes around comes back around.therefore all our acts of kindness in the form of charity and donations come back to you in the form a tax benefit #SaveTax-
CARE India
02/20/2017 at 07:30. Facebook
Today is World Day of #SocialJustice. We believe good education helps girls grow into strong women. Quality Education gives her more voice and choice. Your support can help us reach many more who dream of becoming teachers, policewomen and community leaders. [ Link ]
Exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months has many benefits for the infant and mother. Maya’s story is an example of the changes possible due to correct feeding practices in improving the overall well-being of her children. She has inspired many others in Chaikuwa village in Madhya Pradesh. Read her story [ Link ]

Mother’s willingness to adopt of correct feeding practices help revive her children’s deteriorating health
Thank you to everyone who attended our Workshop on - India Towards Comprehensive #tuberculosis care: Building Partnerships and Integrating #TB Control Response, yesterday. Here are some of the pictures that will give you a glimpse of the sessions. Please do tag, like and share!!
Every good deed deserves a reward. Each time you support a girl to get educated or ensure that a woman can deliver her baby safely you get more than the deep satisfaction you experience. You save 50% tax on your donation
"If we have to eradicate #TB, we have to involve multiple stakeholders like the government, partners, communities and patients" shared Dr Sunil Khaparde, DDG-TB, CTD, @MoHFW_INDIA during his address at the workshop on India Towards Comprehensive TB care : Building Partnerships and Integrating TB Control Response@ India Habitat Center, New Delhi
"DOTS has been a very successful programme but the challenge continues to grow as the number of TB cases continues to grow. We should be aiming for a 90:90:100 ratio. 90% of affected people should be aware that they have the disease, 90% should be covered by treatment and 100% should be cured" conveyed C.K. Mishra, Secretary, GOI, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare at the CARE India...
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Launch of report by CARE India on Improving Treatment Adherence For TB : Learnings from MDR-TB project from West Bengal supported by Eli Lilly Foundation
"We know that along with improving public health delivery system to tackle the TB crisis, we also need multi-stakeholder engagement in the fight against TB in India" says Rajan Bahadur, MD&CEO, CARE India
#India accounts for 2.8 million of the 10.4 million new #tuberculosis cases globally via @WHO @MoHFW_INDIA [ Link ]
CARE India workshop on ' India towards comprehensive #TB care:Building Partnerships and Integrating TB Control Response' at India Habitat Centre in progress. Speaking on the occasion ( from the right) Dr Sunil Kharparde, DDG,Central Tuberculosis Division, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Mr C K Mishra, Secretary, GOI, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and Mr Rajan Bahadur, MD &CEO,...
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Delivery care is crucial for both maternal and perinatal health. It is important that mothers deliver their babies in an appropriate setting, where life saving equipment and hygienic conditions can help reduce the risk of complications that may lead to illness or death-[ Link ]
A third of women of reproductive age in India are undernourished , with a body mass index (BMI) of less than 18.5 kg/m2 . Please provide your support to improve the health of the mother and the baby by providing them good nutrition and health services-
Education is a potential tool to erase poverty, hunger and illiteracy in our country. Your donation is critical to bring about a change . Together we can change the situation by giving our support to educate the children who face poverty and social injustice-
CARE India has helped in formation 85 Mothers Group with total membership of 909 women in Panna district, Madhya Pradesh. The groups comprise of pregnant women, lactating mothers, frontline workers, PRI and teachers as an attempt to have an effective local advocacy groups at village level for ensuring better maternal and new born care. Your support can help us reach out to many more-...
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National Health Survey have shown that Anaemia is one of the leading health concerns for pregnant mothers and their newborns. Improper health practices and nutritional levels have resulted in almost 60% of mothers suffering from Anaemia, which naturally affects the newborn child’s chances of survival. Together, we can ensure that these women and children have a chance at survival-
CARE India reaches out to a total of over 23000 Government school teachers and stakeholders through its Girls Education Program (GEP). Project #Udaan aims at ensuring every young girl receives a Primary Education and has access to a better life. We urge you to be the #AuthorofChange who grants these girls the opportunities they deserve, and will cherish-
This Republic Day let’s come forward and ensure a brighter future for our nation by educating its girls. Your small contribution of INR 5000 can help CARE India build a small community library for marginalized girls-
This Republic Day, join CARE India in ensuring that every girl gets an opportunity to go to school and fulfil her dreams-