Monthly Archives: January 2016

Water Sanitation Hygiene ( Menstrual Hygiene) Campagin

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Water Sanitation Hygiene ( Menstrual Hygiene) Campaign And Distribution Of WASH And Education Materials In Schools Of Bhatipura Village ,Meerut, Khora And Noida .
Campaign Supported By Soap Box , Mika And Sarah .
Campaign Coordinator : Richa ,Sonika & Amy


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WASH Santa and Distributed WASH & Education Supplies In Schools.

WASH Santa giving lesson on clean water and adopt clean sanitation and hygiene practice and Distributed Soap bars, Sanitary pads and Education Materials to children.

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Links Between Water Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) and Malnutrition

Links Between Water Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) and Malnutrition

It is becoming clearer as time goes on that two of the worst problems plaguing impoverished communities around the world are interrelated: malnutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) are often treated as separate issues, but increasing evidence is emerging suggesting that an unsanitary environment can in fact be one of the leading causes of malnutrition among children and adults alike.

The World Health Organisation estimates that up to ‘50% of malnutrition is associated with repeated diarrhoea or intestinal worm infections as a result of unsafe water, inadequate sanitation or insufficient hygiene’ . These figures are enormous, especially when one considers that such diseases are often preventable by the simple act of handwashing. As stated in a report by Action Against Hunger, handwashing with soap reduces the risk of contracting a diarrheic infection by around 47%, which could prevent the deaths of up to 1 million children a year .

These statistics highlight the importance of WASH programmes and initiatives across the globe, and show us that it is through by the simplest of actions that we can begin to make a truly significant change.

Look out for our upcoming crowdfunding campaign, where we will be raising funds to carry out our WASH programme in four underprivileged schools.
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Happy New Year to our amazing donors

Happy New Year to our amazing donors! Thank you so much for your contributions so far, we are on the way to doing something truly special. Please keep sharing, let’s spread the word and keep the donations coming! Any amount, even small, can make a huge difference. Wishing you the very best in this coming year! Love, the Heeals team.
Photo: Children at a school in Khora Colony, Uttar Pradesh

Child Marriage in India: An illegal practice with a devastating impact. An Article By Amy McArthur .


Child marriage remains one of the ugliest flaws in the fabric of contemporary Indian society. To most, it would seem incredible that the practice continues in many parts of the country today; but in fact, according to figures published by Unicef, a third of the world’s child marriages take place in India, even though it has been declared illegal since 2006. In addition to this, the country caused international outrage in October 2013 when it refused to sign a UN resolution on early and forced marriage.

Read Full Article At :…/child-marriage-in-india-illegal…

One in seven ‪#‎Indians‬ at risk of ‪#‎malaria‬, says ‪#‎WHO‬ ‪#‎report‬

One in seven ‪#‎Indians‬ at risk of ‪#‎malaria‬, says ‪#‎WHO‬ ‪#‎report‬
The World Health Organisation has said that close to one in seven people in India are at risk of contracting malaria.In a report that should worry public health officials, it says India along with Ethiopia, Pakistan and Indonesia account for 80% of all malaria cases worldwide, but the country allocates the lowest funding for malaria control in the world.…/one-in-seven-indians-at-risk-of…