Uday Foundation’s Medical Health Centre provides free treatment to underprivileged women and children patients with free OPD consultation, free medicines and immunization programme
Uday Foundation’s health centre provides free OPD consultation, free medicines, basic investigations on reproductive and child health, immunization programme and referral services to the government and 42 major private hospitals that provide free treatment for poor patients.
Our health centre is providing free primary health care services to a population of 10 slums & villages of South Delhi including Adhchini, Bagumpur, Kalu Sarai, Katawaria Sarai, Mehrauli, Chattarpur, Khirki Village, Neb Sarai, Ber Sarai with main objective to improve the status of health among children & mothers, to arouse adequate consciousness and awareness about health and hygiene among villages and to maintain small family and increase acceptors of different methods for birth control.
Majority of the project area are the urban villages and slums of South Delhi with majority of population belonging to migrants from UP and Bihar working as daily labourers and they are not able to afford medical treatment in private clinic and going to a Govt. hospital means loosing a day’s wage, naturally the maternal mortality, child mortality and morbidity, dehydration and malnutrition rate is increasing day after day in these area. The percentage of literacy among women of lower middle classes is limited to being educated upto the of primary standard. So any intervention health center with referral services in case of serious illness will help these people to equip themselves for the betterment of their standard of health and hygienic condition..