HEALTHIER HEARTS FOUNDATION
To be the catalyst for a transformed society with healthier hearts.
Health, Education, Rural India (Development), Environment, Disaster Relief
Commitment, Participation, and Developing everyone, Innovation, Transparency
No one has ever become poor by giving
To touch million of hearts by 2030, through custom-designed inclusive Heart Screening & Health Awareness seminars, Health camps, Workshops, and campaigns for the Urban, Rural & Tribal areas across the Country.
To run awareness programs for increasing knowledge of preventive and primary health care.
To bridge the gap between medical expertise and the attention required by hearts.
To extend financial support to the poor in meeting life-saving medical expenses.
We provide financial support for students who are disadvantaged in higher education and whose families cannot afford huge educational expenses since time immemorial, the Indian education system has been the envy of the world. Right since the time of the Indus Valley Civilization, knowledge had been passed on from one generation to the other. What initially had the spoken form soon became written texts. Scientific and mathematical marvels were achieved. Somewhere within this period, Aryabhatta discovered the number 0, a discovery that completely changed the world of mathematics.
Project Background: Maharashtra state has been divided into six regions of which Aurangabad is one of the regions Marathwada (which coincides with the Aurangabad Division of Maharashtra) consists of 8 districts in the heart of Maharashtra: Aurangabad, Beed, Latur, Osmanabad, Parbhani, Jalna, Nanded, and Hingoli. The region has a population of about 1.87 Crores and a geographical area of 64.5 Thousand sq. km.
The topographical reasons have meant that traditionally Marathwada has been a low-rainfall region. Marathwada region is facing severe scarcity of drinking water due to scanty rainfall for 2 to 3 years. More than 4000 tankers had to be deployed in the year 2019 during the scarcity period in Marathwada. Apart from this various other scarcity measures were also taken up such as temporary piped water supply schemes, special repairs, bore wells, private good requisition, etc…
Healthier Hearts Foundation, a mission-driven social enterprise, is committed to leveraging technology to bring community-level safe drinking water to the underserved. We do so by Innovating, Demonstrating, Enabling, and Promoting market-based drinking water solutions. We need to open at least two filtration plants in each Taluka/Tehsil level. Twenty plants in total in the Lathur District of Maharashtra.
Free Distribution of Vitamin C, D, and Zinc Magnesium to the poor and needy. To build awareness about immunity boosting various states of India. We Cover Urban slums, rural villages, and where they are not afforded. We build the nation strong and healthy. When we are supposed to protect ourselves from the virus from the outside, we need to protect ourselves beginning right from within our body by strengthening the immune system. The immune system is indeed complex and is to a great extent impacted by the environment around us. There are many factors that affect the functioning of the immune system. A healthy lifestyle involves eating nutritious food, practicing hygienic habits, walking and exercising regularly, maintaining good emotional and mental health, and having adequate sleep. While vitamins and supplements can help fill in the gaps in diet, the best way to load up on essential nutrients is to get them straight from food. The body absorbs and uses vitamins and nutrients better when they come from a dietary source. It is important to understand that these factors play a significant role in regulating and boosting immunity.
Healthier Hearts Foundation accreditation as a consulting non-governmental organization to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). United Nations Social Wing, called “United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)”.