“We’re always on the look-out for passionate people to work towards this crucial cause.
Come, join us, in our fight for giving equal opportunities to every child.”
LET’S UNITE!! FOR OUR CHILDREN, FOR OUR FUTURE AND FOR OUR NATION!!
Here are few ways in which you can contribute to the cause:
If you are an individual working in the corporate sector and believe in our motto that ‘Every child deserves the best start to life and an opportunity to reach her or his full potential’, please do connect us. All you need to do is to just write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Corporate Connect” and share your contact details. Our team will get in touch with you and we will take it forward from there.
If you are aware of any other organization (NGO/CSR/Institution) working towards the reduction of infant mortality and/or promoting healthy childhood, please do link us to them. The magnitude and depth of the problem in India need collaboration/partnership among various players. All you need to do is to just write an email to email@example.com with the subject “Organization Connect” and share the contact details. Our team will get in touch with them and take it forward from there.
Your generous contribution will help us in realizing the dream that no child dies of a preventable cause. INDIA: Demographic Dividend or Demographic Disaster? The answer lies in how healthy our children are…..“First 1000 Days” initiative aims to reduce child mortality and promote healthy childhood by bridging knowledge gaps and changing practices related to the crucial period.
a) Donate to save a child today: The first 1000 days in a child’s life is the most crucial period. It not only affects the child’s physical and mental development but also his or her educational ability and lifetime economic productivity. Your contribution can determine whether the child can break out of the dangerous cycle of ill-health and poverty.
You can save a child by a contribution of INR 834/month.
b) Supporting a pregnant mother to Save a child: 70% women do not consume full course of Iron and Folic Acid (IFA) tablets during the course of their pregnancy while 79% of pregnant women do not get full pre-medical care till the point the baby is born. Support us to educate her family about the best practices of pregnancy and child care.
It costs us INR 1100/- to educate a family.
c) We will be piloting our project in 84 tribal villages of Malkangiri districts of Odisha reaching out to a total population of around 25000. The villages are divided into clusters of around 35 villages each. Each individual village has 60 households with a population of around 300.
i) Sponsor one or more villages - It costs us INR 5457/- per month for a village
ii) Sponsor one or more clusters or a district - just write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Interested to invest” and share the contact details. Our team will get in touch with them and take it forward from there.
d) You can also donate to sponsor the technical aspects of this flagship initiative such as purchasing of tablets for the dissemination of information and creating more videos for generating awareness among people. Just write an email to email@example.com with the subject “Interested to invest” and share the contact details. Our team will get in touch with them and take it forward from there.
You are also most welcome to donate your tablets, laptops or any such prized possessions which will help us in our journey. Just write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Interested to contribute material” and share the contact details.
If you support our work, please do like our pages, follow and share our work on social media. Always remember that a simple click of yours can generate awareness about the cause among thousands of individuals.
- We have a few part-time (work from home) opportunities in the internship section as well. Do check out.
- We are open to any new ideas that can help in accelerating our mission. Please share your ideas by email to email@example.com