OUR CURRENT PROJECTS
Panacea School Health Programme for Social/Tribal/BC
The future of a nation depends considerably on the health of its children and child health has always been a priority for Synergy India Foundation(SIF). Regrettably, even in the 21st century, marginalised children lack universal access to quality healthcare services and experience multiple and complex health disadvantages. The majority of children of poor socioeconomic backgrounds are malnourished and stunted. SIF had launched ‘PANACEA COMMAND CENTRE’ 24X7 in partnership with the Government of Telangana with an objective of providing comprehensive round-the-clock healthcare services to more than 3 lakh marginalized children studying in Government’s Social, Tribal, BC and Minority Residential Educational Institutions. Our core focus is on strengthening healthcare services in Welfare Residential Educational Institutions to improve the quality and accessibility towards lowering disease burden and providing adequate healthcare.
Mobile School Health Screening Aarogyadhoot
Improving equitable access and coverage to health services is a fundamental principle of service delivery, but this would not be complete unless there was a strategy in place to reach the most underserved communities living in difficult-to-reach areas. Despite the impressive gains in coverage, reaching last-mile populations remains a persistent challenge. Lack of services through fixed service delivery facilities is an area that we should address as a matter of priority. Mobile Medical Units (MMUs) are a key service strategy to reach such vulnerable populations.
The project titled Panacea School Health Monitoring has already screened 37212 girls studying in 81 SC/ST/BC welfare schools, supplied 120 sanitary napkins per child and installed 2 incinerators per school. Though the impact is at the mindividual level, the level of change will be compounding when scaled across the state and the nation. Synergy India Foundation who is the Project Coordinator and implementation partner, IndusInd Bank who sponsored the project, and TNR Trust as Human Resource Partner, Avis Hospitals as govt approved Healthcare partner.
Nutrikik – Nutritional Supplements
India’s malnutrition problem results not from calorie intake but from dependence on a carbohydrate-based diet, low in protein and fat. We compromise on the intake of protein, fat and vitamins all of which are essential for growth and inducing disease-fighting immunity at a young age. It is vital that Indian children get a balanced and nutrient-rich diet which includes all micro-and macronutrients needed to bring about healthy growth.
Health for all is the main objective of NUTRIKIK. We have selected ingredients of high nutrition and straight from the nature, like Spirulina, Moringa, Multi-millet, Multi-grain, Peanuts, Sesame, Jaggery etc.,
Earth School – Cornocopia
To uncover and nurture the inherent love for the environment within each child by creating a natural, holistic, studentcentred learning environment that empowers and inspires our students to love nature and animals and contributes to its sustainability. Earth school is being executed in the schools of TSWREIS, and Synergy India Foundation as knowledge Partners in association with CSA (Centre for Sustainable agriculture
- Conversion of the available unused land in the institution into cultivable farmland
- Produce organic vegetables and fruits to meet the requirement of the institution
Empower the students (6 9 grades) interest in the agriculture by acquiring knowledge, and practical skills and exploring opportunities in the agriculture
- Train and develop Swaeroes Agripreneurs