Where We Work

We operate pan India and are currently prioritizing areas with higher risks of malnutrition.


Mumbai, the capital city of Maharashtra is home to millions of people living in various slum pockets. Typically characterized by poor access to clean water, lack of food and proper nutrition and poor health and hygiene, children in most Mumbai slums suffer from malnutrition.Read More

Palghar, Maharashtra

Palghar district of Maharashtra is dominated by a high tribal population and lies between the two major cities of Mumbai and Nashik . It consists of 7 talukas Vada, Vikramgad, Jawhar, Mokhada, Dahanu, Talasari and Vasai-Virar.Read More

Amravati (Dharni),Maharashtra

Famous for its Tiger Reserve, Melghat region of Maharashtra is characterised by its vast forested timber tracks and tribal population. The land is very fertile, the regainRead More

Dhar, Madhya Pradesh

The state of Madhya Pradesh is home to a large tribal population and various unique cultures. Although tribals account for over 20% of the total population of the state, most of these tribes Read More


Baran, a district in the southwest region of Rajasthan, India, consists largely of tribal population. Most of the tribal families here survive on small-scale farming, manual labour, Read More

Sabarkantha, Gujarat

The state of Gujarat harbours persistent pockets of high rates of undernutrition, with 38.5% of children under six years old estimated to be stunted and 9.5% severely wasted.Read More


Our work is braodly categorized into three spans


• Providing home-based treatment to children identified from Moderate Acute. Malnutrition (MAM) to Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) • Referring children with SAM to the nearest Nutrition Rehabilitation Centres (NRC). • Providing Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) to children identified and locally made diverses, nutritious food in other geographies diagnosed as SAM in Mumbai.


Counsel and educate parents, and the community at large, on the causes and symptoms of malnutrition, maternal and child nutrition, sanitation, pregnancy care, accessing health services, among others.


Training Anganwadis and Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) workers on identifying the early signs of malnutrition, and taking corrective actions.