Stories about lives that have changed for the better touched by Trusts' programmes and opinions about its philanthropic approach to uplift deprived communities.
Many communities of remote villages in India still lack access to advanced medical services. Setting up clinics in far-flung areas is necessary to ensure good health, nation-wide
Organ donation is a ray of hope for many. There is a need to make a commitment for sharing and saving lives for the sake of humanity
There are thousands of people in India who fight all odds to attain peace of mind, but not all succeed. BG’s story gives hope to all those warriors
As India continues its fight against malnutrition, Tata Trusts drives awareness and access to ensure a healthy nation
Counsellors are giving a sense of fulfilment and new lease of life to a community of senior citizens in Mumbai
Nanjamma Reddy from Mugalur village of Anekal taluk felt increasingly isolated from her community and debilitating health issues restricted her mobility outside her home. Grama Hiriyara Kendra (Village Senior Care Centre), a support centre for the rural elderly, came to her rescue and changed her life for the better.
“We shall overcome, we shall overcome, we shall overcome, some day; Oh, deep in my heart, I do believe, we shall overcome, some day.”
Nutrition during the first 1,000 days of a baby’s life has an impact on health throughout life. New and expectant mothers in urban and rural areas of India learn this important fact during awareness campaigns held during the International Breastfeeding Week
Tata Trusts is supporting and handholding a major Community Health Programme in Eastern UP
Expectant mothers and the severely ill near the Indrāvati reservoir in Kalahandi, Odisha, now use a boat ambulance to access medical facilities
Tata Trusts support for Action against Malnutrition has been but one weapon in the fight against malnutrition, a slow killer among impoverished populations
The bangles that pregnant women in Ghazipur district of Eastern Uttar Pradesh wear are unique, the colours denote their health status and compliance to health instructions
St. Jude (India) Child Care Centres are often the last bastion of hope for children suffering terminal diseases. When the good fight is won, it is not just the patients who are relieved and grateful; the committed doctors and staff of these hospices see these successful cases as ample repayment for their dedication and hard work.
Hvovi Minocherhomji, diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy, got a new lease of life when Multi Organ Harvesting Aid Network Foundation coordinators counselled the family of a road accident victim to donate his heart
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