Save The Children Of 100 Villages

1.2 million children died of preventable diseases in 2015 (Source: UNICEF) which means more than 10 children are dying in India in the 5 minutes that you spend in reading this. You can either choose to ignore or MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Our Story ...
“During a field visit, one day I have experienced two infant deaths; both of which could be prevented by simplest interventions. One baby died of pneumonia; it was a case of home delivery as the mother ran away from hospital and breastfeeding didn’t happen. Other was of a low birth weight baby (1.3 kilograms); the mother believed that they should eat less for a smooth delivery. Extremely perturbed, I started working on sustainable ways of preventing such deaths at scale”

                   -- Rajesh Tamadapally, Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellow

Many such deeply disturbing experiences  lead to 5 PMRDFs joining hands for the cause of child survival & development and take it up as a life-time mission.

Why are we fundraising?
We have initiated a few successful pilots & here is a snapshot of our journey till now. 
We need to demonstrate our impact at scale so that we can influence policy & programmatic changes at the Government level. So, this financial year (2017-18), we are planning to demonstrate impact at a scale of 100 villages in Central India and raising funds for the same.

First 1000 Days
The first 1000 days of a child’s life not only impacts child survival but also physical & cognitive development for their entire life. It also affects the child educational ability and lifetime economic productivity, forcing them into vicious cycle of ill- health and poverty. Effects of stunting (a form of malnutrition; height-for-age) below 2 years of age are irreversible too. Read more

What do we plan to do with the funds?
This fund would be used majorly for building technology infrastructure, R&D and building systems  necessary for scaling up operations to 100 villages.
Here’s how your contribution can make a difference:

Impact (per month)
Amount (Rupees)
Educate a family 
Educate 3 families 
Educate 5 families
                                                                                                                          …. and so on

Feel free to get in touch with us for any clarifications/suggestions etc. by writing to

About I DO
“I DO” is a for-impact organization working in tribal regions of Malkangiri & Sukma on preventive health care. It comprises a young team of PMRDFs, public health, technology & management professionals who are alumnus of IITs, BITS, IIIT & FMS. Click here for more details.
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19th December 2017
Dear Supporters,

Here is an update on the progress of our campaign.

We field testing of the app is successful. We are very close to finish the web integration of the offline android app which will enable you to directly view the updates from our field work using internet from any location.

Currently, we are running field operations to save tribal children in Jhapra gram panchayat of Sukma district, Chhattisgarh. Our Swaasthya Saathis are working with pregnant mothers to create awareness on the best practices of the first 1000 days to prevent malnutrition and promote healthy childhood.

You will be able to view below details on our dashboard at the comfort of your desk:

  1. Hours of Learning
  2. People educated
  3. Villages impacted
  4. Swaasthya Saathis trained
  5. Population Reach
  6. Viewers registered  
  7. Pregnant women & Lactating mothers educated
  8. Women educated
We value your feedback. Feel free to email us at

Thank you for your support and love extended.


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raised of Rs.500,000 goal

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