Every plate of food we waste is probably an entire day’s meal for a needy child. Food is a basic requirement for every human for substance of life. Access to good food is a basic right. But, the hard truth is that, not everyone in our society is enjoying the luxury of food. There are […]
Education Health And Nutrition. The above three terms are the basic landmarks for enabling a Robust Childhood. They are well associated with each other. First let’s learn “What the three terms mean” ‘Proper Education’ about one’s self and the surroundings and Healthy and right Nutrition Habits are undoubtedly the source of a Good and Healthy […]
A child’s health is a “National Health Mission”. So Let’s waste no time and guide our community to seek the right help from the right people “EKAM Foundation”, for a Healthier Generation ahead. “CHILD HEALTH” A child’s health is a “National Health Mission”. So, how can a child be Healthy and why is it important […]
A simple immunization schedule can save infants from more than a dozen of life threatening diseases – Make a difference where it matters the most Strengthen the foundation of a healthy childhood by supporting easy access to immunization where it matters a lot. Strengthen the foundation of a healthy childhood by supporting easy access to […]
Team Ekam is very proud & happy to share a recent milestone to bring 2018 to an end. Motivating us on towards our journey in 2018. We have miles to go. Our Nurse Mentoring programme has been officially launched by the Principal Secretary, MD NHM(Mission Director of National Health Mission), Health Commissioner and UNICEF team […]
“Liberation: Not a gift, not a self-achievement, but a mutual process” – Paulo Freire Women and Children health is directly linked with empowerment of women. We, at EKAM Foundation, have been striving for women transformation from “Being for Others’ to “Being for Themselves’. Our Community Change Management process has been enabling the women […]
The Workshop Space (Koodam process) not only creates an enabling environment for emotive learning process but also enables participants to recognize the ‘person’ inside. The ‘person inside’ and ‘the person outside’ are two different facets of which ‘the person outside’ dominates more often than not.