Healthy Families, Healthy Communities

Pioneering efforts to address healthcare needs in poor and marginalised communities

Federal Aid Foundation Health interventions work to improve the access to quality healthcare services for the poor and marginalised communities. By identifying the root causes of healthcare challenges, we work at the individual, community, and systemic levels to develop innovative solutions and help implement quality healthcare services. The ambit of our work includes improving of maternal and reproductive health, child health and nutrition, and early identification and treatment of communicable diseases.

Federal Aid Foundation Women's Health Improvement Program for Poor and Marginalised Communities

Health System Strengthening

  • Community Health ecosystem Management
  • Quality Improvement Programs
  • Program Management (Supply Chain Management)

Community Centric Approaches

  • Social Accountability
  • Behavior change communication
  • Population Health Management through transformatory leadership development

Market Based Approaches

  • Public Private Partnerships
  • Social Franchising
  • Health Financing

Cross-cutting approaches

  • Digital Health
  • Gender Centric Programming
  • Continuous Monitoring and Learning
  • Knowledge Management
  • Innovation Cells

Major Achivements

51,535,110

individuals reached directly through health interventions across 9 states, out of which 43,358,023 are women and girls.

51,535,110

Federal Aid Foundation provided access to quality healthcare to 51,535,110 individuals, including 43,358,023 women and girls, as its contribution towards SDG 3.

Reproductive, Maternal & New Born Child Healthcare NGO | Federal Aid Foundation

8,953,380

Towards SDG 2, providing adequate food and nutrition, Federal Aid Foundation supported 8,953,380 individuals including 4,303,729 women and girls.

129,868

individuals reached under SDG 6 to secure the availability of water and sanitation for all.

Focus Areas