Fortune SuPoshan is a special project that binds the Adani Foundation’s three core areas of work – namely education, health and sustainable livelihood development – into one. It targets to alleviate malnutrition and anaemia among children in 0-5 years of age, adolescent girls, pregnant women, lactating mothers and women in the reproductive age.

This has been made possible by training SuPoshan Sanginis to go door to door and become a true partner in guarding the community’s health. A SuPoshan Sangini is a village health volunteer who plays a pivotal role in spreading awareness, referrals and promoting behavioural change among the target groups to achieve the project objectives.

638 Sanginis are working in 1,263 villages and municipal wards across the country and providing services to 3,24,064 households

7,772 positive shift in anaemia is recorded in Women in Reproductive-Age Group and Adolescent girls

28895 children who were identified as undernourished children are now in Healthy state

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