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Our strategy

Capacity building through health package training to basic health workers belonging to different NGOs, ISM Doctors, DAI (Traditional Birth Attendants) and other service providers at the grass root level so that they are prepared to serve better with adequate knowledge and accordingly ascertain the continuity of these services more appropriately and thereby facilitating sustenance of health services. read more..

Prior Accomplishments

VATSALYA, as a resource centre, has been instrumental in providing technical support primarily related to health of mother and child. It has been committed towards the ‘capacity building of the functionaries of all levels,’ strengthening the provision of consultancy services by advocating social health issues at the community level.TBA Training (1995 onwards)- Since inception read more..


Vatsalya was initially set up as a “Resource Centre for Health” in 1995 with the objective of checking the mounting imbalances in the health sector, especially in the rural and slum areas of UP with the help of advocacy & community mobilization.Dr. Neelam Singh an alumni of King George Medical College was practicing as consultant gynecologist since 1985, was perturbed with the read more..


In this changing world with unique challenges that threaten the health and wee-being of populace, it is imperative that the government and community collectively rise to the occasion and face these challenges simultaneously, inclusively and sustainably. Though civil society organizations have been contributing to public health for centuries, in more recent years however, they have grown in scale and influence, and are having profound impacts on health related issues. Read more


Vatsalya envisions harmonious human development in perspective towards the heath for all by fighting against all kinds and forms of unfairness & prejudice widespread in the society.


Vatsalya’s mission is to achieve lasting improvement & consistent endeavour towards the upliftment of behavioural practice in health & gender through a process that unites people across culture and adds meaning & value to their lives by :-

  • Curbing female foeticide
  • Strengthening & empowering the community based NGOs on health issues on grass root level.
  • Advocating issues pertaining to health imbalances at different level by demonstrating workable models.



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