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#HealthCannotWait

Providing Healthcare for 1.5 Mn Children & Families

  • Provide uninterrupted primary healthcare services to the lesser privileged in villages & urban slums across India through our Mobile Healthcare Units

 

  • Tele-counseling to reduce vaccine hesitancy

 

  • Distributing dry ration kits to vulnerable communities

 

  • Distributing hygiene kits to the under-privileged in rural areas and urban slums

 

  • Distributing protective gears for the frontline workers

 

  • Creating oxygen banks for govt. hospitals and health centres for emergency

 

  • Our country’s most poor are living in conditions that make them more vulnerable to ill health including over-crowded living spaces, poor sanitation as well as lack of awareness.

 

  • COVID-19 has worsened the condition and India urgently needs to improve the functioning of the health sector to ensure immediate healthcare support across the country.

 

  • India needs to increase investment on public health infrastructure to, help the underprivileged get timely access to healthcare, and spread awareness to tackle vaccine hesitancy in remote areas.
YOUR DONATION WILL HELP PROVIDE UNINTERRUPTED HEALTHCARE SERVICES TO THE UNDERPRIVILEGED AT DOOR STEP
"YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR UPTO 50% TAX BENEFIT UNDER SECTION 80G AS SMILE FOUNDATION IS REGISTERED AS NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION"
PAN: AACTS7973G | 80G NUMBER: AACTS7973GF20210

We thank you for your support and for your desire to help us succeed in this initiative.

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About the Campaign

It is said that ‘health is wealth’ but most people don’t have the luxury to afford even primary healthcare in today’s world.

The importance of preventive health and the need for accessible healthcare was further realized during the pandemic when people from the under-privileged sections struggled to get basic healthcare when they needed it the most. Infrastructures all across the world also collapsed like a castle of cards.

Realising the need for accessible and quality healthcare for all, our campaign ‘Health Cannot Wait’ aims at providing people from the under-privileged sections with access to affordable healthcare, preventive medicine, health emergency preparedness and support at their doorstep across urban slums and rural pockets of India.

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Dr. Srishti Tyagi, Smile On Wheels, New Delhi

Stories In Motion

Health Cannot Wait

Health in News

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World Health Day 2020

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