100 million healthy days

Across the length and breadth of India, healthy days mean different things to different people. In the illustration below are Nibedita Das from Assam, Meena* from Karnataka, Meena Sahu from Chhattisgarh, Sadhna from Madhya Pradesh, Rama Bharathi Jha from Chhattisgarh, Dr Lokesh Mittal from Madhya Pradesh, Keshaw Dhiwar from Chhattisgarh, Rinku Maran from Madhya Pradesh and Jeeva from Tamil Nadu. Click on their images to listen to these perspectives on healthy days.

*⁠The names of individuals have been changed to protect their privacy.

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Our Story

Swasti, a part of the Catalyst Group embarked on its journey as a public health agency, addressing various human conditions such as HIV, sexual and reproductive health rights, and water sanitation and hygiene. However, it soon became evident that a comprehensive approach was necessary to truly impact people's health. Thus, Swasti evolved, understanding that achieving well-being requires a holistic, people-centered approach to healthcare.

...and the Future

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the interconnectedness of human and planetary health. Recognizing the impact of climate change on vulnerable communities, Swasti expanded its focus to address environmental factors affecting health. As we look ahead, our goal is clear: to ensure everyday well-being for everyone, especially the most vulnerable, by 2030.

Swasti's Competencies

Values and Experience

Swasti is deeply committed to partnering marginalized communities on their health and wellbeing journey and upholding principles of equity and empowerment. With expertise in disease prevention, treatment access, and holistic health systems, we strive to address the underlying social determinants of health.

Central to our approach is the Catalyst Group values - We are “Driven by Purpose, Vision and Meaning”, “Guided by Love, Peace, and Non-violence” and “Rooted in Truth, Respect, and Authenticity"


Stewardship guides our collaborations, as we work alongside partners to drive meaningful change. From grassroots organizations to global alliances, Swasti fosters partnerships to amplify impact and advance health equity.

Our Vision

We envision a world where everyone, especially the most vulnerable, can overcome barriers to well-being. By addressing socioeconomic and cultural inequalities, we aim to create inclusive health systems that prioritize the needs of all individuals and communities.

What Does Success Look Like?

Adding a 100 million healthy days to the lives of the most vulnerable.

Our goal is to achieve 1 billion "healthy" days for vulnerable populations by 2030. Defined as days where individuals can engage in self-care, productivity, and happiness despite health challenges, these healthy days signify resilience and well-being.

What we Value and Believe in?

At Swasti, we value equity, dignity, and resilience. By centering everyday well-being and fostering respectful partnerships, we aim to build resilient communities where everyone can thrive.

Agents of Change

Individuals, families, communities, and key stakeholders play vital roles in driving health equity. Through collaboration and empowerment, we can collectively address health challenges and create a healthier, more equitable world.

Theory of Change

Our theory of change emphasizes proactive community engagement, evidence-based interventions, and sustainable partnerships. By mobilizing resources and fostering innovation, we can translate our vision into tangible action for lasting impact.

You can download a copy of our 2023-2030 - “A Theory of Change leading to a Theory of Action” document here to know more.
To engage with us around this, write to hello@swasti.org