Delivering the Woman and Man Power for Health Programs and Partnerships

Delivering the Woman and ManPower for National Health Programs and Partnerships with National NGOs

Every national health program relies on local Nonprofit Organizations and local Community Health Workers to supply the needed woman and manpower to organize and implement national health initiatives at the grassroots level.

Local Community Health Workers build partnerships with national health-related NGOs for organizing local volunteers for National Public Health Programs in rural areas in the fields of maternal and child health, polio, TB, HIV/AIDS, family planning, nutrition and immunization.

  • CARE India for DOTS TB program
  • USAID for training CHWs in Family Planning and STD prevention and treatment
  • Marie Stopes organization Parivar Seva Sanstha (PSS) for building a social marketing network for contraception and AIDS prevention
  • The Red Cross for first aid training in rural villages
  • The Lions Club for HIV/AIDS programs

There are many other projects being conducted in local CHW organized NGOs focused on a wide range of rural health issues utilizing locally trained health workers to create local solutions.
Training program under partnership with CARE India for DOTS TB program
Organizing and assisting in polio reconstruction surgery with other NGOs and expert surgeons
Organizing a wheelchair distribution project with the Red Cross
Providing cataract eye surgery programs with other NGO partners
AIDS Awareness Partnership with the local Lions Club
State Clean Water Programs

How You Can Support This Work

To implement improvements in a successful model a self-sufficient, self-sustaining program sometimes needs investments that cannot be covered by income from the local economy.  For such advancements, IFFH relies on charitable donations that make it possible for our team to develop new projects utilizing our existing resources and infrastructure.

We want to improve our existing healthcare education programs and need to invest 
in the development of the next phase of our community health projects.  Once investments are made in the development of programs, our goal is always to continue operations on a self-sufficient and self-sustaining basis.

We see opportunities for improving our programs and have the human 
resources and experience to confront old problems with new methods.

Our years of work has produced a strong and reliable network of trained community health workers at the rural village level.  Our success has encouraged us to activate our large network of village based health workers to address the underlying challenges to further improvements in women’s health, children’s health and community health.

You can donate any amount to IFFH.  The organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit registered in the United States. Your donations are tax-deductible and much appreciated.