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3-year-old Netha Sri is excited to stand on the weighing machine in a Primary Health Center(PHC). Thanks to Mahindra World City, this PHC in Kannavakkam, Tamil Nadu, has been equipped with facilities such as VDRL rotator, pulsometer, inverter, cooler, cupboard, refrigerator, tables, photocopier and chairs. Now the PHC also has a two-wheeler parking space, breastfeeding room and a waiting...
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Kamini (5), Palak (4) and Judy (4) are enjoying themselves at the Anganwadi (day care center) in the communities we serve in Bharuch, Gujarat. A big thank you to our gracious sponsors.

Through your support we provided utensils, plates, cupboards, and most importantly age appropriate toys for children to play with.
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Vaccines prevented at least 10 million deaths between 2010 and 2015, and many millions more lives were protected from illness. The global push to end polio has reached its final stages, with just 3 remaining countries still working to eradicate this debilitating disease.

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"I did not get a chance to go to school, but I am happy that I will be able to educate my children”, says 27-year-old Rasikaben.

Rasikaben and her family of seven live in the communities we serve in Bharuch, Gujarat. World Vision India provided her with two goats which now have multiplied into 20 goats. She has sold a couple of goats as well. Rasikaben also provides her children with goat’s...
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Children in a primary school in Bharuch, Gujarat, learn songs about germs and pledge to always wash their hands before eating and after using the washroom.

Last year, programmes like this protected 840 children from preventable diseases. World Vision India has also installed hand wash stations in six schools in the communities we serve in Bharuch district.
Children in a primary school in Bharuch Gujarat learn songs about germs
With the support of our sponsors, we have been able to help families generate regular income through bee keeping.

Bee keeping is the maintenance of honey bee colonies to collect honey. The income from selling honey helps families generate a regular income and look after their children’s needs too. Some families have even expanded this business. Picture shows a community member from...
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Vivek and Bishal cannot contain their smiles when they get into their uniforms.

Sometime back Vivek noticed that Bishal was not going to school and was whiling away his time. Having understood the importance of going to school he couldn't leave his friend behind. With the help of the youth group initiated by World Vision India in Patna, Bihar, Vivek successfully persuaded Bishal to go back to...
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Vivek and Bishal cannot contain their smiles when they get into their uniforms
Meet Vanita and her family. She is a woman with many feathers in her hat. Vanita is an Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA worker), president of a Self-Help Group (SHG) and School management committee (SMC), a mobiliser for World Vision India, an entrepreneur with a small petty shop and if she has time she also does some tailoring work.

As an ASHA worker she is responsible for people...
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Simple exercises for children in Bharuch, Gujarat, help them understand the importance of washing hands. In the photo, the expression on the faces of the children change, when they see the change in colour of water. “Showing is better than telling. Children remember what they see and it will hopefully lead to behaviour change,” says Rashmi, World Vision India staff.
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Technology is helping mothers take good care of their newborns and children below 2 years. Health workers in the communities we serve in Bengaluru use a mobile application to monitor pregnant women and children below 2 years age.

After data is collected from mothers, SMS’ are sent alerting them on regular checkups and due dates for their child’s immunization. Mothers will get alerts daily...
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Technology is helping mothers take good care of their newborns and children
Ram Shankar is happy to see what the MUAC tape on his daughter Krishna’s arm indicates. The MUAC (Mid Upper Arm Circumference) tape helps measure children's health nutrition level in the communities we serve. The colours specify different levels of malnourishment in children. Red is severe, yellow acute and green is the safe zone, which means the child is healthy.

Sometime back Krishna fell...
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After her husband passed away, Selvi's life has not been the same. She is struggling to provide for her two children, Rithish (5) and Pandimeena (3). Selvi from Marungapuri, Tamil Nadu says a cow can rescue her family from poverty. She is also trained in grazing, feeding and disease management of milch animals.

A cow and a calf will cost Rs. 35,000. Help Selvi.

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After her husband passed away Selvis life has not been the same

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3-year-old Ayush lives in Patna with his father and two sisters. "I like playing with my sisters," he says.

Ayush's mother died in a road accident in early 2016. She was sole bread winner of the family. His father is unable to work due to his ill health. But Ayush's father believes that the support from World Vision India will provide Ayush with a good education and a promising future.Your...
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3yearold Ayush lives in Patna with his father and two sisters I
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