About Jyotti Foundation
Jyotti Foundation is committed to work for Child health from the primary to advance stages of pregnancy. we have identified the problems which could cause the child birth problems like improper food habits of the pregnant mother, stress, lack of medical advice and help, lack of health check ups etc.
Our data shows that the major child birth problem occurs due to lack of availability of medical help in the remote villages during the time of delivery. one such story is a story of "Ram kumar" living in "luhari" village near Jabalpur which is aroound 80 km far from the urban population, roads are so bad that a distance of 7km is deadly and not easy for any kind of vehicle access, During rainy season accidents in the roads are quite likely and the 80km distance becomes 200km during that time and sometimes more then that.
Ram Kumar is not the only one who went through the death of his first child due to lack of medical help during child birth but there are many more like this, who tries to take the pregnant lady to the urban hospital but due to lack of resources they fail to do so and pays a price of death of newly born baby.
Sometimes due to heavy rains or some time due to bad roads area becomes in accessible and the people who are leaving in those villages pays a heavy price. Our data shows one out of ten child birth becomes a victim of this.
Jyotti Foundation commitment to health forced them to pitch in to the topic and provide help to the poor villagers who are living in the remote villages near Jabalpur.
As of now we are running free camps and after some time we are planning to start flying rescue on wheels in the form of "Sanjeevani" it is going to be accessible for free 24/7 to the remote villages people to provide them timely help in the form of our expert doctors project planning and procurement of the cost involved is under way, collection of donation and grants for the project is in process which will complete soon and "Sanjeevani" will be available anytime anywhere on a call for the needy villagers.