Social Upliftment and Development For Health Action (SUADHA)
SECTOR: Health
% Spent on beneficiaries
Financial Score:
Age: 10 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Work in progress.
Issues Addressed:
Work in progress.
Supported by:
Work in progress.
Key Trustees:
Ms. Iva Athavia, President/Managing Trustee Ms. Meera P. Limaye, Secretary
Ms. Rinky Roopesh, Joint Secretary Ms. Virginia Kiro, Treasurer
Ms. Rohini Mhase (Jana Bangar), Trustee Ms. Ashwani Chalke, Trustee
Mr. Roopesh K.T. , Trustee Mr. B.C. Das , Trustee
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 79.6% Highest: 99.9% Lowest: 28.7%
Average: Rs6 cr Highest: Rs115 cr Lowest: Rs1 lac
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Social Upliftment and Development for Health Action (SUADHA) is a community based NGO that is committed to developing a better and just society by making a significant and distinctive contribution at regional and provincial levels through active grassroots involvement in improving the condition of people with safety, security and health care. These commitments are expressed through various program interventions, advice, paralegal intervention and representation, lobbying for positive changes, capacity building, education and empowerment to give them a chance to survive with dignity and save their life from criminal hazards.

Their activities include:

  • Community Health Services: SUADHA has a Centre in Kalyan which provides screening services for early cancer detection, free of cost for women. The activities conducted under the Cancer Control Program include awareness and screening camps, no-touch breast scan, breast checkup camps, and early detection of diabetes and osteoporosis. It is the only organization in Kalyan-Thane region providing such services. The organization conducts awareness lectures on various other health issues, organizes health check-up camps, and also provides guidance and counselling services.
  • Health Action Programs: The organization provides food grains to deserving poor outstation cancer, kidney and heart patients. SUADHA has joined hands with Ashirwad Decorator in Mumbai wherein nearly 100 patients are provided ration once a month, for 6 months. During FY15, 2,420 families were supported.
  • Education: SUADHA assists economically poor students to enable them to pursue and complete formal education by providing educational scholarships, stationery, and school kits. It has also set up school libraries and toy rooms. Free coaching is provided to higher secondary students from tribal background at P.N. Ghude Vidyalaya in Bhadane village, Thane.
  • Community Development Work: Functions are held for patients suffering from Cancer, HIV, and Thalassemia where games, dance, music and food is enjoyed. The NGO conducts Self-defense and Skill development workshops for women and awareness sessions on various issues.
  • Social Upliftment Programs: Women from economically deprived communities are provided vocational training in programs such as tailoring, embroidery, chocolate making, and craft making. The products made by these women are then sold by the NGO in various exhibitions held in and around Mumbai.
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Source : Audit Report 2016