Swasth India is featured in the recently released short film “Health For All”. Health for All is a short documentary about health access issues in India and the organizations that seek to make health a basic standard of life. The film was made by the Elon University Periclean Scholars Class of 2012. The movie is available on YouTube, and further details at http://www.healthforallfilm.org
Swasth India, in addition to working towards its vision of “Health For All” has picked women’s empowerment as a key focus area. The entire spectrum of our HR activities is geared towards our goal of providing them the skills & confidence to unlock their potential at the workplace, and make them equal contributors at home.
Vinothini is Swasth India’s youngest employee. To a first time observer, her shy and reserved nature can be misleading, and hide her strong work ethic and perseverance. She shares her experiences at Swasth and how she is working towards her new-found interest in computers through a college degree (BCA).
Afsana Ansari had studied upto Grade X, and until recently, was a housewife taking care of her husband and children in a low-income community in Mumbai. She shares her journey, internal and external, after joining Swasth India as a Community Health Worker.
Until 2011, Varsha worked as a nurse at a nearby hospital. She shares the story of how her life changed after joining Swasth India, and how she has been gradually upgrading her skill sets.
Mumbai resident Reshma studied upto class XII and until 2011, was unemployed and at home. She shares the story of how her life changed after joining Swasth India as a Clinic Co-ordinator, and her aspirations for future.