Keeping our sight on the national goal of making last mile delivery possible through a “health for all” commitment, SEED CSR bundles its health related CSR interventions in multiple ways. Undertaking research to gain insights into ground realities, risks and vulnerabilities, specific activities are planned in the short and medium term.

Covering both preventive and curative services by organising general and specialised health camps, mobile health units (MHU) and health awareness camps across India, the activities are duly tracked and monitored to estimate the impact on beneficiaries. Clients are also advised on follow-up phases of intervention and on the themes that they must work in, given the socio-economic-cultural contexts of the settings.

SEED CSR frequently organizes free health check-up camps, wherein patients are carefully treated and diagnosed. They are given medicines and advised about how they can best take care of themselves and how illnesses can be prevented in the future, particularly water-borne and contagious diseases.Special attention is paid to the health of women and children, who are the most vulnerable segments of the society.

Moreover, health, hygiene and sanitation awareness campaigns are arranged to spread information about these important issues. Through these campaigns, we educate community members about the significance of cleanliness in their lives and how they need to put a full stop to the practice of open defecation. Cleanliness drives are also organized to drive in this message.

Mobile Health Unit inauguration at Suva, Gujarat