Holistic Health For All Infants Worldwide
The exodus has started. Men women children, hungry and thirsty and tired and exhausted, are on long marches on foot, trying to reach their native villages. Most are labourers or other daily wagers who have lost their jobs. Chaotic scenes everywhere. Every Infant Matters raising funds to provide food and groceries and water
Thousands have lost jobs in this pandemic. There is no food, no water no accommodation, no transport.
"I need funds urgently to provide these people with food and water, " says Dr Radhika Batra.
Please donate via Paytm on +919899760178
Every Infant Matters is grateful to its donors who have sent bottles of liquid soap.
Some are being distributed, while others are being used to wash the hands of homeless people before giving them a nutritious meal.
"My heart is overflowing with gratitude for my supporters. I kept writing and putting pictures on Instagram; the funds kept pouring in" says Dr Radhika Batra
Yes, we have got soap and sanitisers. Volunteers wash the hands of homeless children and adults before giving them a meal.
We are collecting non-perishable food items such as groceries, biscuits and candy for daily wagers and labourers who have lost their jobs. Also bars of soap. Please send to
Dr Radhika Batra
Pocket C- 638 Sarita vihar,
New Delhi 110076
Every Infant Matters is distributing masks and hand sanitisers to homeless people, especially children, who are malnourished and vulnerable. They live in unhygienic conditions and survive on meagre scraps of food. Even though the disease progression in children is mild, they may pass on the virus to others who fall in the high risk category. This small step taken in the right direction may help flatten the curve. We have partnered with a local NGO called Donate a Meal, this has shelters, free meals and distribution drives for homeless people. A pharmaceutical supplier is arranging these commodities for us at highly subsidised rates.
If anyone would be willing to contribute, kindly make a paytm donation on 9899760178 or get in touch.
Even a small amount could make a big difference.
Every Infant Matters is distributing masks and hand sanitisers to women and children living in remote areas of the North East. We work in partnership with CDI, Centre for Development Initiative, based out of Gawhati, Assam. This is the development wing of the Missionary Sisters of Mary Help of Christians (MSMHC), an organization dedicated to the service of marginalized communities, especially women, girls and children, from Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Maharastra, Nagaland, Orissa and Tripura. A pharmaceutical supplier is arranging these commodities for us at highly subsidised rates.
If anyone would be willing to contribute to this cause, kindly make a paytm donation on 9899760178 or get in touch.
Even a small amount could make a big difference.
Our mission is serving disadvantaged women and children by providing last mile health solutions. Our biggest project is that of preventing blindness by dispensing Vitamin A to marginalised children. We believe in justice and inclusion, and work towards promoting gender equality.
1. Preventing blindness in children
2. Holistic health program
3. Promoting breast feeding
5. Promoting gender equality
6. Dispelling harmful myths and educating families on hygiene and proper hand washing techniques
7. Distribution of prenatal vitamins to marginalised pregnant women.
8. Preventing stigma and discrimination to those with Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDs or blindness
9. COVID-19 Relief Work
1. Blindness Prevention: More than 25,120 children have been given Vitamin A to save them from going blind, in India and Nigeria
2. Deworming: 21,155 children have been given deworming tablets
3. Prenatal Vitamins to Disadvantaged Mothers . Given to 27050 pregnant women
4. Holistic health care: 32,000 disadvantaged families educated on breast feeding, immunisation, hygiene, hand washing techniques.
5, Promoting equality: More than 32,000 families educated to prevent gender inequalities, and prevent stigma due to TB, HIV/AIDS and blindness
6. Distribution of masks, soaps, hand sanitisers and food to support the homeless during the COVID-19 pandemic
"I am honoured and humbled," says Dr Radhika Batra.
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We have carried out a series of health camps in Nigeria.
Recently, a large scale camp was carried out in Ekori community, Yakurr LGA in Cross River State, Nigeria, from 28th to 30th December, 2019. More than 2700 pregnant women attended. Each women was gifted a bottle or high quality vitamins. each bottle contained 180 tablets, to last for 6 months of pregnancy.
"We are excited about our partnership with Every Infant Matters and also with the great support given by the government, local authorities, and the communities themselves" says Ekpneyong Effiok, SGx Director Calabar. Ekpenyong Effiok wants to scale the project across Nigeria and replicate in other countries of Africa.
"Childhood Health begins in the womb itself" says Dr Radhika Batra. "14.6 per cent of all babies born globally are of low birthweight. They are more likely to die during their first month of life. Those who survive face lifelong consequences including a higher risk of stunted growth, lower IQ, and adult-onset chronic conditions such as obesity and diabetes. To grow a healthy baby, mothers need good nutrition, rest, adequate antenatal care, and a clean environment. We provide mothers with the essential prenatal vitamins to support the growth and development of the baby in the womb"