HERVA FOUNDATION

SERVING VILLAGES LACKING
BASIC INFRASTRUCTURAL PROVISIONS



RESOURCES

1. Herve Foundation Donation Update. Read here.
2.  Latest Updates from Herva Foundation. Read here.
3. Awareness Program by Herva Foundation. Read here.
4. Read Herva Foundation Brochure here.
5. Two years of Herva Foundation. Read here.

OUR MISSION

ADOPTION OF VILLAGES:

To adopt villages and provide healthcare treatment and educate villagers on prevention of sickness and create awareness specially regarding prevention of illness, through the use of technology mainly tele-medicine, internet technology and use of modern gadgets. Make the village self–sufficient and economically sustaining with each house in the village having sufficient income. 

HEALTH CARE:

To reach medical help to the needy at their doorstep by fully equipped telemedicine mobile vans for medical care, treatment and diagnosis. To provide wide range of preventive and curative health services to rural and remote areas by the use of modern technology and use of TELE-MEDICINE. To provide education to the villagers regarding cleanliness, to prevent diseases and health hazards. 

EDUCATION: 

Our objective is to prevent sickness by educating the villagers to live a healthy life with clean environment. The Villagers are shown videos and live presentation on various diseases and means to prevent such sickness and to maintain cleanliness in and around the house and the village. The basic nature of rural health problems is attributed also to lack of health literature and health consciousness, poor maternal and child health services and occupational hazards. Education on health can help prevent diseases and health hazards ​ 

ECONOMIC –LIVELIHOOD: 

Teaching tailoring, handicraft, charakha weaving and to provide training to start small business such as envelope and cover making, files and stationery items for earning and have extra income to help sustain the family livelihood. The products produced by the villagers can be given to the donors or sold in the market . The sewing machines will be given to the students once they complete the course, so that they can earn using it. 

ENVIRONMENT:

Keeping the village clean and neat is the basic requirement for healthy living. We teach the women and children how to keep surroundings clean. Proper toilets will also be build. We provide low cost, eco-friendly toilets with soak pit. AHMEDABAD TEXTILE INDUSTRY RESEARCH ASSOCIATION (ATIRA) is an autonomous, non-profit Research Institute, linked to Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, for textile and allied research. It has developed the Technology / Process of making Modular Toilets. We have entered into MOU with ATIRA for building Textile Reinforced Concrete Modular Toilets in rural villages. We are appointed as their authorised representative for promoting and installing toilets TRC (Textile reinforced concrete) technology in Gujarat. ​ With the help of ATIRA we can build toilets in all the rural and needy villages. Seeds of various fruits such as Chickoo, papaya etc., can be planted near each house in the village and explain to the families how to take care of the plants. The fruits of these plants will provide them food. 

DRINKING-WATER 

Water wending machine- AUTOMATIC TELLER WATER MACHINE (ATW) The main purpose is to see that sickness and diseases are prevented. Safe drinking water is an important aspect in remote village life. Hence each village will have safe and pure drinking water.We will provide them with RO treated water. Each family will be given 20 liters of drinking water per day by the use of a card. Swipe the card and get RO treated drinking water.

OUR VISION

Our vision is to adopt rural villages which are lacking in basic infrastructure and other much required amenities like healthcare facilities, education, proper sanitation and good drinking water.

HOW WE BEGAN

India has only around 23000 primary healthcare centers in rural areas, despite there being more than 600,000 villages in the country. A study stated that at present, 31% of the population has to travel more than 30 kilometers in order to access health care. —Providing healthcare to India's over one billion population of which about 75 percent live in villages, is a formidable task. About 75 percent of the doctors practice in urban areas and 23 percent in semi-urban areas. This leaves just 2 percent of the qualified doctors, who are attached to about 23,000 primary health and 3000 community health centers, to attend to 70 percent of the population living in villages. 

With a view to provide the essential amenities to the remote village, the idea of “HERVA foundation” (a registered non-profit making organisation) was incubated. With the use of modern technology and modern gadgets, we aim to reduce the distance between villages and cities and to provide a complete solution for remote villages.

OUR TEAM

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Subramaniam R Puthucode

Founder Trustee

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Subramaniam R. Puthucode

Trustee

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Dr. Pragnesh M Vachhrajani

Trustee

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Devendra K Patel

Trustee

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Mrs. Neela Dave

Trustee

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Devidas Bhanushali

Trustee

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Kunal Mehta

Trustee

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Dr. Prakash Vaishnav

Trustee

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VINOD THAKKAR

CHIEF OFFCIER

CERTIFICATES

  • Registration Certificate
  • 12A Certificate
  • 80G Certificate

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