India accounts for 21% of the world’s global burden of disease. According to a World Health Organisation 2012 report, though advances have been made in addressing communicable diseases, rapid changes in India’s society and lifestyles have led to the emergence of non-communicable diseases. A World Bank 2010 report informs that India is losing more than 6% of its GDP annually due to premature deaths and preventable illnesses.
At Shreya Foundation, we believe that socio-economic development and health are so closely intertwined that it is impossible to achieve one without the other. We extend support to programmes that are working in the areas of preventive, remedial and rehabilitative health care.The programmes work at different levels: early years, school years; community based activity, reproductive – maternal and child care, children in need of special care and any other support care.
We want to Inspire people. We want these Children to look at us in future and say, Thank You Prayaas Corps Because of you, We didnt give up Shiksha Mission @Jawahar Circle @9 AM 11AM. I Am Kalam movie was shown to the kids, so as to make every lil kid like Kalam Sir! Owner of Bansal Hospital, Raipur visited our Shiksha Movements Jawahar Circle Centre and donated 35 Books, Stationeries and offered every kind of Medical help for the lil kids.