Utthan Welfare Society’s interventions in the health sector work to improve access to quality health services for the
poor and marginalized communities. The work with community groups, collaborative work with government and civil society organizations
include cross-cutting strategies to improve the health and nutrition status of the poorest and excluded groups, particularly women and
children. With a focus on policy advocacy and system strengthening, Utthan Welfare Society builds the capacities of healthcare service
providers and officials of the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS), to create impact at scale.
The various areas of healthcare system delivery addressed by Utthan Welfare Society’s projects include improving the
quality of services for maternal and reproductive health, child health and nutrition, and early identification& treatment of communicable
diseases such Tuberculosis (TB), Kala Azar, pneumonia, diarrhea and HIV. The aim of the health interventions is to strengthen and promote
comprehensive health for women and girls, and create a positive and enabling environment for accessing quality healthcare services.