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Innovation and Sustainability (I&S) Foundation, a not for profit company, based in Capital City of India Delhi registered under Section 8 of Companies Act, 2013 is committed sustainable development and inclusive growth by focusing on Sustainable Development Goals "SDG"




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Health & Awarness
On World Health Day A Health Camp Organised by IandS Foundation


By Dr. Mukesh Purohit ON 7-April-2019


Celebrated World Health Day by organizing health & awareness Camp at Trilok Puri, more than 200 people was checked up and prescribed by the Dr. Mukesh Purohit and his team.

More than 80% people was infected by the low anemia, iron and calcium and 40% of people was infected by the low eye side. Dr. M.Purohit & his Team prescribed them the routine diet and exercise to overcome with the problem.









Featured Activity
Featured Activity Done By IandS Foundation


Iands Foundation always look forward towards the innovative and sustainability social empowerment and inclusive growth of the underprivileged people.

Some of the Featured activity done by Iands Foundation









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Video By Iands Foundation


A video on a small journey towards upliftment the underprivileged people





IandS Foundation

IandS Foundation

Innovation and Sustainability (I&S) Foundation, a not for profit company, based in Capital City of India Delhi registered under Section 8 of Companies Act, 2013 is committed sustainable development and inclusive growth by focusing on Sustainable Development Goals "SDG"

Our Main thematic areas are is Education, Skill Development, Natural Environment, Health, Livelihood, Women Empowerment, Natural Resource Management and renewable energy






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Skill Development

Women Empowerment

Education

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Health

Environment



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"India lives in villages" were the golden words of Mahatma Gandhi many decades ago. Ironically after almost 50 years the data does not seem to disagree. Today a majority of the Indian population still live in the villages. Though there is substantial migration from rural to urban areas in India, still almost 68% of India continues to live in rural areas.

Today, after almost 7 decades of independence, the villages take a backseat in almost every aspect of socio-economic analysis. We have created an economy of rich cities and poor villages, surging urban areas and decaying rural areas.

A look at the Socio-Economic Census (2011) data regarding rural livelihood and employment is scary. Almost three fourths of the rural households live with a monthly income of less than Rs 5000. More than half the rural households do not own land and more than half of them are casual labor.

We shall continue to empower our people and strengthen our resources to create a better tomorrow for all those marginalized communities who have been left out from the sphere of development.



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