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Swasti’s Learning4impact (L4i) programme supported by USAID India Health Office develops and synthesizes actionable insights for program and policy design and to guide investments. L4i uses learnings drawn from the health sector to design new approaches to scale and expand the impact of USAID programs; contributes to policy discussions with national and state governments; meaningfully…

Superdry-W4W

Swasti partners with Superdry on the Women Empowerment- Gender cum Covid Response Programme to reach around 2000 workers and their families from 2 of their supplier factories in NCR region. The program aims to ensure good health, safety and well-being of the workforce and to treat all workers, irrespective of their gender, fairly at work-…

Mo-St i4We-School

Our partnership with Morgan Stanley India on the i4We Schools Programme reaches 1500 adolescents in 3 schools in Hongasandra with socio-emotional learning services. This pilot programme caters to 5 aspects of wellness for adolescents through a network of life-skills providers, counsellors and school management strengthening initiatives. It works with different stakeholders involved in a child’s…

SBI Foundation- Community-Based Testing Initiative

Our Community Based Testing initiative for COVID-19 supported by SBI Foundation aims to increase access to healthcare for the most vulnerable population in Mumbai city who are at risk for COVID-19. Through doorstep services as well as telephone screening, this intervention aims at identifying and supporting high-risk individuals through timely testing available at the community,…

IIFL-Covid

Swasti’s partnership with IIFL in response to COVID-19 ensures that 1000 households in vulnerable communities across 9 locations in 4 States are supplied with Food, Health, Hygiene and Sanitation kits. It also supported Community Based Testing through rapid antibody tests for 1000 people, including equipment and technology for the same.

Bestseller Foundation

Our partnership with BSF provides an opportunity for 30 women in low income urban communities across 2 states in Bommanahalli in Bengaluru, Karnataka and Mohammadpur in Gurugram, Haryana to become entrepreneurs. The solution is to establish a microsocial enterprise with the community women from self help groups for producing, running and maintaining hand washing stations…

Mo-St COVID 19

Our partnership with Morgan Stanley India on COVID Response reaches 1500 most vulnerable households in Swasti’s flagship programme, i4We in Hongasandra and Bommanahalli in Bengaluru, Karnataka with Tele-care services for primary care,chronic condition management,counselling and surveillance. It also supports vulnerable communities with Food Relief, Nutrition,Health Awareness, Safety & Hygiene kits

Levis-i4We-COVID 19

Our partnership with Levis on COVID Response reaches 2000 most vulnerable households in Swasti’s flagship programme, i4We in Bommanahalli and Kamakshipalya in Bengaluru, Karnataka with Food Relief, Nutrition,Health Awareness, Safety & Hygiene kits.

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Mo-St COVID 19

Our partnership with Morgan Stanley India on COVID Response reaches 1500 most vulnerable households in Swasti’s flagship programme, i4We in Hongasandra and Bommanahalli in Bengaluru, Karnataka with Tele-care services for primary care,chronic condition management,counselling and surveillance. It also supports vulnerable communities with Food Relief, Nutrition,Health Awareness, Safety & Hygiene kits

HDB Rehti WASH Phase 2

Our partnership with HDB Financial Services on improving WASH and Water Security in Rehti Tehsil, Sehore District, Madhya Pradesh Programme reached 7500 individuals in 20 villages across 2 blocks with WASH sensitization and infrastructure in schools and villages. Infrastructure for WASH was improved in 8 schools and 11 communities. It focused on improvement of WASH…

M&S-i4We

Marks and Spencer is our flagship partner for our flagship programme, Invest4Wellness (i4We). The M&S-ICHW Programme reaches 30000 individuals in 4 urban slum communities across Gurugram with primary health care, preventive promotive, financial products and improving access to government schemes and benefits in direct response to the multilayered problems that limits healthy living for the…

Migros – COVID 19

Our partnership with MIGROS in response to COVID-19 reaches 6000 individuals in 2 urban slum communities across Gurugram with Food Relief, Nutrition,Health Awareness, Safety & Hygiene services.

Superdry-W4W

Swasti partners with Superdry on the Women Empowerment- Gender cum Covid Response Programme to reach around 2000 workers and their families from 2 of their supplier factories in NCR region. The program aims to ensure good health, safety and well-being of the workforce and to treat all workers, irrespective of their gender, fairly at work-…

Levis-i4We-Peenya Cluster

Our partnership with Levis supports Swasti’s flagship programme – Invest4Wellness (i4We) in Peenya Industrial Cluster. The programme aims to reach 50,000 workers by 2025 from 50 to 60 Apparel and Non Apparel factories with health, social protection, financial inclusion, workplace relationships and gender equity services, making health and well-being affordable and accessible for the workers.

USAID-KP

Swasti’s Learning4impact (L4i) programme supported by USAID India Health Office develops and synthesizes actionable insights for program and policy design and to guide investments. L4i uses learnings drawn from the health sector to design new approaches to scale and expand the impact of USAID programs; contributes to policy discussions with national and state governments; meaningfully…

SBI Foundation – TeleCare for the Vulnerable

Our Telecare for the Vulnerable project supported by SBI Foundation will reach out to vulnerable Covid-19 hotspot populations for providing person centred primary care, counselling and emotional support, and support in accessing social entitlements & schemes which are of utmost importance for survival and wellbeing. The project is expected to support 1,00,000 individuals in Indore,…

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