The aim of the Poshan project campaign is to reduce maternal and child malnutrition in India. The campaign aims to directly educate 23 million women and families within 3 years on better health and nutrition practices for mothers and infants, with special focus on mothers-to-be and mothers of infants (women between 13 and 35 years of age).
This makes it essential for us to work collaboratively with partners — with communities, companies, government agencies, multilateral institutions, individuals and other non-profit organizations in India and around the globe.
Poshan project has created a comprehensive strategic network of partners designed to leverage communications technologies and to deliver and enhance the delivery of nutrition education to families in India. The partnerships are with best-in-class organizations. Over the years, we have created a network of valuable key partners, establishing long-standing relationships with each of them. Each partner represents a prestigious brand in their respective field of industry, with a worldwide, outstanding reputation.
Poshan partners with organizations that share our view that an efficient way to decrease malnutrition is to provide essential nutrition and health knowledge directly to families. Each of our partners have their own expertise and bring their long-term commitments to addressing key social issues, specifically for helping mothers and youth achieve through nutrition and health education, for improving people's health.
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require additional information on our partnerships, or are interested in discussing a new partnership with Poshan.