UNICEF

    UNICEF, United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, is a United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide.

    UNICEF’s activities of providing immunizations and disease prevention, administering treatment for children and mothers, enhancing childhood and maternal nutrition, improving sanitation, promoting education, and providing emergency relief in response to disasters, align EKAM foundation activities in India. EKAM has worked with UNICEF since 2016, on key Child Health Initiatives.

    Our Activities in collaboration with UNICEF:

    • Tracking of women in pregnancy and post delivery
    • Livelihood project on mask sewing and distribution
    • 1000 days messages posters, videos, and animoji
    • Conducting information and awareness webinars
    • Booklets for community awareness projects
    • Education on precautions during Covid 19 Pandemic
    • Conducting camps for migrant workers
    • Creation of birth dose booklet
    • Immunization awareness
    • Setting up sick neonatal care units with a post discharge follow up program

    Red Cross

    • Support and help in tracking the High-risk ANC and PNC mothers during covid times
    • Working with Red cross in tracking and ensuring proper medical camps and ANC checkups.

    Omalachi Nursing College

    Ekam has partnered with Omallachi Nursing College along with UNICEF in tracking high risk pregnant women, and postnatal follow ups on high risk women and infants through telephonic surveys.

    Conducting Webinars

    Give India

    Give India is Ekam predominant funder.

    Funding of Nutri garden project. Ekam staff along with the community are participating in sowing seeds and harvesting herbs and vegetables in open land around Anganwadi centers and schools. The nutri gardens provide fresh nutrient dense food, free of cost to the community. The entire project is funded and overseen by EKAM foundation. This is a community-centric measure towards fighting malnutrition and anemia.