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Women Child Health Camp

At the Stree Welfare Foundation, we understand the importance of women and child health in building a strong and healthy community. Through our Women Child Health program, we aim to improve the health and well-being of women and children in our community by providing access to quality healthcare services and promoting health awareness and education.

Our program provides a range of services, including maternal and child health care, family planning services, and nutrition programs. We offer prenatal and postnatal care to pregnant women, ensuring that they receive regular check-ups, essential medicines, and health education to reduce the risk of maternal and child mortality. We also provide vaccination services to children to protect them from deadly diseases.

Moreover, we recognize that malnutrition is a leading cause of child morbidity and mortality in our community. Therefore, we offer nutrition programs that educate mothers on proper infant and child feeding practices and provide supplements to undernourished children.

In addition, our program emphasizes the importance of family planning services, providing education and access to contraception to help women make informed choices about their reproductive health. We believe that empowering women with knowledge and access to these services can lead to better health outcomes for both women and children.

We also organize health camps and awareness campaigns to promote health education and raise awareness about common health issues affecting women and children in our community. Our outreach programs ensure that people living in remote areas and marginalized communities have access to basic health services.

Overall, our Women Child Health program is a crucial aspect of our work at the Stree Welfare Foundation. We believe that by improving the health and well-being of women and children, we can create a healthier, more resilient community.