Sparsha Charitable Trust provides free healthcare services to students, families and community members.
We work with our surrounding communities to spread health education and awareness in order to improve their health-seeking behavior. Our programs focus on preventive healthcare. Our aim is to build strong systems and provide better access to maternal and neonatal care for women and newborns and to avoid malnutrition among children.
SCT organises camps that offer primary healthcare services to diagnose common health issues including anaemia, poor vision and dental problems.
Our simple solutions include vaccinations, immunizations and regular School Check up at government/ ZP Schools level. We aim at preventing common illness and disorders in the earlier stages, in order to prevent further complications and help improve the overall well-being of communities.
10 Medical camps were organised in year 2018.
supported by SCT in 2014, from biopsies and x-rays, through to major surgeries.
Were treated at the Sparsha Charitable Trust Dental Camp until 2018.