Saving Young Lives in India

With your help, we can work wonders in the slums and villages of India. Vitamin A deficiency (VAD) is the leading cause of preventable childhood blindness and is estimated to affect approximately one third of children under the age of five around the world. VAD is estimated to claim the lives of 670,000 children under five annually. For children who don’t have access to healthy foods with adequate vitamin content, just two inexpensive doses a year of this powerhouse nutrient gives them a fighting chance at a normal life. We can solve this—with your help!
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The Rural Village of Nayakuni Thanda

Our reception at Nayakuni Thanda commenced with a traditional guest-welcoming celebration followed by the administration of vitamin A and Albendazole. (Albendazole eradicates parasitic organisms, protects against giardiasis and microsporidiosis, and amplifies the benefits of vitamin A supplementation).

The warm welcome by the children’s mothers and the village elders who came out to thank us, as well as the smiling faces of the beautiful children we served, further enhanced what was a remarkable day – a day of genuine appreciation openly communicated by those whom we assisted.

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The Men, women and children of Gabillalpet
(GHMC Dump Yard)

Slum residents make money by rummaging through trash for anything that can be sold – most of which goes to businessmen who pay them next to nothing and then re-sell the garbage for a large profit. For these poorest of the poor, a lack of funds means very little nutritious food for their children, and commonly results in malnutrition – particularly for the youngest and most vulnerable.

SevaChild is providing vitamin A and Albendazole to the children of Gabillalpet to help build the stronger immune systems that will minimize the occurrence of diseases related to malnutrition, and even prevent premature death.

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