Health & Hygiene

SNSF has been associated with this vertical for more than 20 years in line with the conviction that India’s future can be secured through proactive investments (preventive and curative) in the health of its children, women and general public living in remote areas.


SNSF has served more than 50,000 migrant workers with its EHS service aided by its partnership with Punj Lloyd and GAP vendor factories.


SNSF has been an implementation partner for important Government health programmes – Mother NGO for Reproductive and Child Health (RCH), Janani Suvidha Yojana, National Rural Health Mission’s Urban RCH for two decades. These partnerships have helped SNSF reach the under-served and un-served populations in hilly and arid tracts as well as urban slums.


Our focus areas are:
1. Reproductive and Child Health
3. Health of Industrial Workforce


Facts & Figures

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Key Areas of Work RCH, HIV/AIDS & EHS


years partnership with Ministry of Health, Himachal Pradesh


Underserved Population Supported with Primary Health Needs


Children (0-5 years) immunized against measles, BCG, DPT, OPV etc.


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Global Alliances

In 1999, Nike, GAP, the International Youth Foundation and the World Bank created an innovative partnership called the Global Alliance for Workers and Communities (GA), with an aim to address complex labour issues in the global manufacturing workplace. Readmore
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Life Enrichment

The project titled ‘Life Enrichment’ focused on developing a ‘Life First’ culture in the corporate world as against the commonly prevalent ‘Profit First’ ethos. Readmore
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Field NGO for Reproductive and Child Health (RCH)

SNSF’s Nashik unit functioned as a community-based organisation for Mother NGO and Godavari Foundation between 2006 and 2009. Readmore