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If sickness stays regularly with your child, maybe Malnutrition lives in your house.

An initiative of HealthPhone™, conducted under the aegis of Indian Academy of Pediatrics, in partnership with the Ministry of Women and Child Development, UNICEF, Aamir Khan and with support from Vodafone.

If you are passionate about entrepreneurship and tackling global challenges and would like to work together, sponsor us, share our story, or get involved please do not hesitate to contact us!

The aim of the IAP HealthPhone™ Project campaign is to reduce maternal and child malnutrition in India. The campaign aims to directly educate 23 million women and families within 3 years on better health and nutrition practices for mothers and infants, with special focus on mothers-to-be and mothers of infants (women between 13 and 35 years of age).

This makes it essential for us to work collaboratively with partners — with communities, companies, government agencies, multilateral institutions, individuals and other non-profit organizations in India and around the globe.

IAP HealthPhone™ project has created a comprehensive strategic network of partners designed to leverage communications technologies and to deliver and enhance the delivery of nutrition education to families in India. The partnerships are with best-in-class organizations. Over the years, we have created a network of valuable key partners, establishing long-standing relationships with each of them. Each partner represents a prestigious brand in their respective field of industry, with a worldwide, outstanding reputation.

IAP HealthPhone™ partners with organizations that share our view that an efficient way to decrease malnutrition is to provide essential nutrition and health knowledge directly to families. Each of our partners have their own expertise and bring their long-term commitments to addressing key social issues, specifically for helping mothers and youth achieve through nutrition and health education, for improving people's health.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require additional information on our partnerships, or are interested in discussing a new partnership with IAP HealthPhone™.

We simply couldn't continue our work without the generous support of our incredible grant-making trusts and foundations, corporate partners and generous individual donors. We are grateful to our Sponsors and Partners who support the IAP HealthPhone™ campaign. Our partners provide essential support, expertise and outreach. We wouldn't be here without them.

Whether it is supporting your Corporate Social Responsibility and sustainability goals or developing new ways to work together across the globe, IAP HealthPhone™ is your perfect charity partner. » Contact us

We can work with you to explore how to reach out to new markets or deepen relationships with your customers. Include a donation to IAP HealthPhone™ when a product or service is purchased. Linking your product or service with us will help customers become more engaged with your brand. At the same time you will help fund spread life-saving knowledge. Benefits to your business:
  •  Increase in sales and customer loyalty
  •  PR coverage and low cost customer acquisition
  •  Brand differentiation and positive brand association
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Select IAP HealthPhone as the beneficiary charity for your event. Talk about it with your friends and encourage them to check out our project website; "friend" us on Facebook; "follow" us on Twitter. If you think these issues are relevant to your workplace or school, encourage key educators and administrators to learn more about us.

Encourage your colleagues to run, hike, climb, swim, cycle by creating your own challenge event. Whether it's an office bake sale or the party of the century, we want to hear from you! » Contact us

Providing ways for your staff to help raise money for a good cause can be a tremendous morale booster, and is a great way of helping your employees get to know each other. Whether or not your company has worked with a charity before, we'll make it easy for you to get involved. Find out how you can partner with us and join the fight against malnutrition.

We'd love to hear about all the imaginative and fun ways you and your colleagues raise money. » Contact us


The success of the IAP HealthPhone Campaign to combat malnutrition begins with our ability to spread the word. We are very fortunate to have exceptional and committed media partners to help communicate our crucial message.

We ask Radio Stations, TV Stations, and popular Websites to help us spread the word by inserting our messages into their rotations for free. If you have an audience that listens to you, use that platform to help spread the word about the campaign. It's time for everyone to get involved in the fight aginst malnutrition. » Contact us

 

Your company can help IAP HealthPhone™ achieve its mission through direct project investment. This is a unique opportunity for your company to take ownership of a project from start to finish. » Contact us

 

 

 

 

 

It's not just money we need! By giving a Gift in kind, your company can support IAP HealthPhone™ through donating:
  •  Services
  •  Professional advice

Gifts in kind are a great way to utilise your company's assets and professional skills, while achieving your Corporate Social Responsibility goals. By giving a Gift in kind, you will help us save valuable time and resources, This enables us to spend more time fundraising effectively, so even more money can be spent on our vital programmes. » Contact us

 
  • Indian Academny of Pediatrics
  • HealthPhone
  • Vodafone India
  • Ministry of Women and Child Development
  • UNICEF India

About IAP HealthPhone

An initiative of HealthPhone™, conducted under the aegis of Indian Academy of Pediatrics, in partnership with the Ministry of Women and Child Development, UNICEF, Aamir Khan and with support from Vodafone.

The objective of this nationwide campaign against malnutrition is to address issues of status of women, the care of pregnant mothers and children under two, breastfeeding and the importance of balanced nutrition and health. The focus is on women between 13 and 35 years of age and their family members.


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