About Us

"The great secret of true success, of true happiness, is this: the man or woman who asks for no return, the perfectly unselfish person, is the most successful." Swami Vivekananda

RANN Foundation focuses on developing the potential of women and girls to drive long lasting equitable changes deeply focusing on SDGs mainly 3.3 aims to combat Viral Hepatitis by 2030. 

India’s journey towards sustainable development can't be ensured without the equal participation of its other demographic half- its women and girls, and without a strong commitment to women's health and hygiene, gender equality, legal/ civic rights, women’s empowerment.

Our programs cover mass awareness women health hygiene, viral hepatitis, drinking water, environment, sanitation as well as strategy for prevention, control of adverse effect caused due to man made as well as natural interventions. We believe that the best way to unlock human potential is through the power of creative collaboration. That's why we build partnerships between businesses, NGOs, governments, and individuals everywhere to work faster, leaner, and better; to find solutions that last; and to transform lives and communities from what they are today to what they can be, tomorrow.

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We are guilty of many errors and many faults, but our worst crime is abandoning the children, neglecting the fountain of life. Many of the things we need can wait. The child cannot. Right now, is the time his bones are being formed, his blood is being made, and his senses are being developed. To him we cannot answer ‘Tomorrow’, his name is today. — Gabriela Mistral

Our Approach

As we move ahead our key programming approaches will include social analysis and action, gender transformative value chain approaches, leadership and life skills strengthening, building capacities and leadership roles at multiple levels, advocacy on national platforms and facilitating links and dialogues between public, private and civil society.

Strategy – increase the knowledge of viral hepatitis among the general population and promote a healthy lifestyle among persons who are newly diagnosed or living with chronic viral hepatitis

An educational strategy to increase the knowledge of viral hepatitis among the general population and promote a healthy lifestyle among persons who are newly diagnosed or living with chronic viral hepatitis includes targeted outreach to populations at risk. It can raise awareness of viral hepatitis as a health concern, increase knowledge regarding the benefits of prevention and care, and encourage populations to seek and accept preventive and protective interventions such as vaccination, testing, care and treatment. Accessing medical care will also provide opportunities to educate at-risk groups about preventive and protective measures.

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RANN in Numbers

100+

NOhep India Campaign

30000+

People Reached

3+

State

25+

Pankh Campain

800+

Children Immunized

5000+

Healthcare Distributed

Impact

We have done workshops on hepatitis in more than 100 times in various schools across Delhi, Haryana and Uttarakhand. We have successfully conducted immunization camps with Max India Foundation catering to 800 children and have provided hepatitis B vaccinations in New Delhi slums. In schools, most students did not recognize that the possible modes of infection of Hepatitis B include reuse of syringes, blood transfusions, and sexual contact. However, with our successful interventions, the students are much more aware about the disease now.

Under Project PANKH, we have reached about 5000 schoolgirls & rural women in Haryana, Uttarakhand & Delhi and distributed healthcare packages to each one of them. We have conducted informational workshops on menstruation in more than 25 schools. We have enabled adolescent girls to rise against the taboos and misconceptions surrounding menstruation and further impart education in the society. We have trained around 100 girls to carry out the same menstrual health management trainings.

We conducted a food fair to raise the health and nutritional level of malnourished children below ten years and expectant mothers. This fair was attended by more than 350 people, mainly mothers and children. All the children who attended the event were taught about healthy eating through interactive games. Along with free food and games, recipe booklets containing affordable and healthy recipes were also distributed amongst parents. The survey conducted post the event showed that 100% of the participants found the activities at the fair helpful.

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E-mail:
projectrann1@gmail.com
Phone:
9871750751
Address:
Najafgarh, New Delhi