Vitamin A Deficiency Disorder (VADD) is a devastating disease affecting millions of India’s undernourished infants and children. The ravages of this disease can leave children sick, blind and even dead. SevaChild provides children and their lactating mothers with adequate amounts of vitamin A to protect them from this disease and help them build strong bodies. Read More
Building scalable distribution channels SevaChild has developed a vitamin A distribution network of humanitarian organizations located in 16 of India’s 29 states. This network of hospitals, schools, primary health care centers, churches and Independent non-profit organizations will administer vitamin A to more than 730,000 children this year (April 2015). View Network
Creating sponsor/child relationships
SevaChild connects sponsors with rural village children living below the poverty line in Karnataka. Our programs offer a unique experience of communication for these children and their sponsors via a shared personal page on our site; photos and updated reports are available 24/7 by simply logging in. For surprisingly little, you can provide food, regular health check ups, an English standard education and family assistance to a child in need. Sponsor a Child
Two "time-release" doses of Vitamin A per year can alleviate Vitamin A Deficiency Disorder (VADD) in at-risk children (ages 5 and under). Vitamin A supplementation has been proven to protect children from Vitamin A Deficiency (VAD) disease and reduce related child mortality by about 23%.
– WHO (World Health Organization)
and UNICEF (The United Nations Children's Fund)