Donate Now For ‘Swasth Kit’ To Meet Health And Nutrition Needs Of A New Mother And Her Child

Donate Now For ‘Swasth Kit’ To Meet Health And Nutrition Needs Of A New Mother And Her Child

Join hands to support NDTV, Dettol and Smile Foundation in the ‘Banega Swasth India’ campaign, to create a better and healthier environment for mothers and children

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) in India there are approximately 28 million pregnancies and 26 million live births, which implies that two million children either die at birth or are still born. The same report mentions 67,000 maternal deaths, and a million neonatal deaths. Though India has made strong progress towards reducing maternal and child deaths, a lot remains to be done.

A ‘Swasth Kit’ has been developed by Smile Foundation for mothers and children. The kit has been developed based on technical know-how and years of on-ground experience of working with less privileged and hard to access communities, which will support the health and hygiene needs of the mother for 45 days, a time extremely crucial for both the new mother and new born.

Each ‘Swasth Kit’ costs Rs 3,500. Your contribution of just Rs 3.5 per day (Rs 3,500 spread over 1000 days) can help a mother and child in need. Donate and support the campaign to combat mother and child deaths in India.

1. For Online Donations: Click the ‘Donate Now’ button below:


(Note: Clicking on this link will take you to the Smile Foundation website. Disclaimer*)

2. Bank details for donors

Name of the Beneficiary Smile Foundation
Bank Name HDFC Bank
Bank Branch Name Green Park Extension
Bank Branch Complete Address H-7 Green Park Extension , New Delhi – 110016
A/C Type(Current/Savings..) Savings
Bank A/C No.(All digits) 05861450000036
MICR Code (All digits) 110240101
NEFT IFSC Code(All digits) HDFC0000586
RTGS IFSC Code (All digits) HDFC0000586

3. Cheque/DD in favour of:

Name of the Beneficiary Smile Foundation
Address with Pincode Banega Swasth India

C/o New Delhi Television Ltd

402, Archana Complex, B Block Road, Greater Kailash 1 , New Delhi – 110048

Contact Nos +91-9810431616

The ‘Swasth Kit’ for mothers and children contains:

  • Hand Sanitiser
  • Bar Soap
  • Dettol Wipes
  • Sanitary Pads
  • Baby Blanket
  • Mosquito Net
  • Nail Cutter
  • Zinc
  • ORS (Oral Rehydration Solution)
  • Cotton Roll
  • Baby wrap
  • Small sustainable toy for the child
  • Feeding bowl and spoon
  • Baby Oil
  • Dettol Handwash
  • Literature on Kangaroo Mother Care (A simple method of care for low birth weight infants that include early and prolonged skin to skin contact with the mother and exclusive and frequent breast feeding.)
  • Literature on Breastfeeding
  • Literature on Hand Washing
  • Hypothermia Alert Device (It is primarily used to monitor the temperature of the underweight children to provide immediate care so as to reduce infant mortality rate due to hypothermia, when the body temperature falls below 95°F (35°C)


*Disclaimer: This link shall direct you to the Smile Foundation (“Implementation Partner”) website, where a donor can make donations. The donations are received by Smile Foundation and shall be utilized by Smile Foundation. The role of New Delhi Television Limited (“NDTV”) is limited to that of a facilitator between the intending donors and Smile Foundation. NDTV cannot monitor the use of funds/ donations nor nor shall be liable for any claim(s) made by any person or entity, including any statutory or governmental authority arising out of the misappropriation of funds. All tax exemption certificates (where applicable) that needs to be issued to the donors under the relevant sections of the Income Tax Act shall be issued by Smile Foundation. All queries related to collection/utilisation of funds donated by donors should be directed to the Smile Foundation.

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