A comprehensive school Health Monitoring Program
Initiated in 2015, SIF’s ‘Panacea Health 24X7’ is a comprehensive school health monitoring programme for the residential educational institutions in the social, tribal, and BC welfare societies in the state of Telangana, with 3.5 lakh students from over 600 institutions across the state of Telangana.
SIF believes that every child’s life is precious, and children of poor socio-economic conditions need to be provided with the best possible healthcare services with absolutely no economic burden.
The Panacea Command Centre uses technology efficiently to capture real-time data on various parameters of health, hygiene, and sanitation for students. A dynamic dashboard with historical as well as real-time data availability to the stakeholders for emergency as well as planned interventions for students’ health and well-being. The programme has also been strengthened by a dedicated toll-free 24-hour healthcare helpline for emergency support.
Health Screening Camps
Early diagnosis and
timely intervention for
Referral of sick children
to appropriate treatment centres
24/7 and 365 days
Capture of real-time data
on health status of children
helpline services 24/7
for health supervisors,
staff nurses and Asst.
Real-time monitoring of
sanitation and hygiene
Installation of sanitary
“According to the ‘Food and Nutrition Security Analysis, India, 2019’ report authored by the Government of India and the United Nations World Food Programme:
Children’s health and nutrition is a complex and multi-dimensional issue. And the deficiencies are primarily caused by several factors, including poverty, inadequate food consumption, inequitable food distribution, improper maternal, infant, and child feeding and care practises, At the same time, inequity and gender imbalances, poor sanitary and environmental conditions, and restricted access to quality health, education, and social care services also contribute to the same.
The lack of nutrition, health monitoring, and access to medical facilities in their formative years can reduce their mental as well as physical development. These disadvantaged children are likely to do poorly in school, subsequently have low incomes, and provide poor care for their children, continuing the intergenerational transmission of poverty and malnutrition.” It is when examining children’s health and identifying potential issues early on helps address them effectively.
The future of a nation depends considerably on the health of its children and child health has always been a priority for SIF. Therefore, we come up with Panacea- Health Monitoring Program and are proud to say that it plays a pivotal role in improving the overall well-being of children.
We monitor the health of more than 3.05 lakh marginalized children 24X7 and 365 days. Regrettably, even in the 21st century, marginalized children lack universal access to quality healthcare services and experience multiple and complex health disadvantages. We believe it is our social responsibility to ponder upon these issues and take steps to eradicate them.
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 to provide 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 proactive approach ensures that children receive necessary medical attention including regular health checkups and screenings. Our core focus is strengthening healthcare services in Welfare Residential Educational Institutions to improve the quality and accessibility towards lowering disease burden and providing effective healthcare.
To provide comprehensive round the clock healthcare services to more than 3 lakh children studying in Government’s Social, Tribal, BC and Minority Residential Educational Institutions and create a long term positive impact on their wellbeing. We focus on providing a proactive and holistic approach that prioritizes children’s comfort and security to foster healthier life.
SIF’s Panacea Health 24X7 program has umpteen possibilities of carrying out long term sustainable interventions in the areas of:
The future of a nation depends considerably on the health of its children and child health has always been a priority for SIF. Our comprehensive health monitoring program goes beyond simply addressing medical issues. We strive to bring a better tomorrow for the children of underserved communities and set the foundation for a lifetime of good health. We monitor the health of more than 3.05 lakh marginalized children 24X7 and 365 days.
The majority of children of poor socioeconomic backgrounds are malnourished and stunted only because they were born into impoverished community or surrounding. However, the dreams of these countless children blossom amidst the challenges of poverty and inequality.
SIF has embarked on a momentous journey towards a brighter future for these marginalized children and launched its revolutionary initiative ‘PANACEA COMMAND CENTRE’ 24X7 in partnership with the Government of Telangana.
Round-the-clock, unwavering, and compassionate – the PANACEA COMMAND CENTRE stands as a bastion of hope and health for over 3 lakh children studying in Government’s Social, Tribal, BC, and Minority Residential Educational Institutions.
We strive to uplift the lives of underprivileged children by being a symphony of care and transformation. Our core focus is on strengthening healthcare services and offering comprehensive, accessible, and high-quality healthcare in Welfare Residential Educational Institutions to improve the quality and accessibility towards lowering disease burden and providing effective healthcare.
✓ Monitoring the maintenance of the PANACEA WELL NESS CENTRES in every institution
✓ Monitoring various activities at school level like LSG meetings, recording BMI and physical check up of the students @1 section
✓ Checking the maintenance of the PANACEA HEALTH RECORDS of the HSs and the ACTs.
✓ Monitoring the special diet for the sick students at the school
✓ Monitoring the sanitation protocols that are maintained in the school.