Projects mainly focus on cancer awareness, mental health, immunizations, holistic healthcare, sanitation, and disease prevention in the community.

CMAM Project

Progressive Foundation in coordination with UNICEF aims to reduce wasting by 10% in Gorakhpur and Shravasti districts by 2026.
In partnership with- BMGF and UNICEF
Objectives and Impact:

  • By providing training to detect early signs of malnutrition and take prompt preventive measures for AWWs, ANMs, and ASHAs we aim to improve malnutrition at the community level.
  • Through dedicated counseling efforts directed at mothers, caregivers, and the community, our team is actively promoting awareness and education on the prevention and management of malnutrition.

Cervical Cancer Awareness and Screening

The initiative was launched to improve cervical cancer screening rates among women aged 30-65 and promote HPV vaccination through community mobilization.
In partnership with- REC Foundation
Objective and Impact:

  • The project introduced the Visual Inspection Acetic Acid (VIA) test for early detection.
  • We focused on health literacy, changing beliefs, and attitudes among women.

Implementation occurred in the Barabanki District, where surveys, awareness camps, and community engagement activities were conducted.


Mindrise aims to improve the mental health of children who have lost a parent or both parents due to COVID-19.This project provided mental health counseling and helped children to cope with grief, loss, and post-traumatic stress.
In Partnership with- GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) with support from Parliamentarians 
Objectives and Impact:

  • Focusing on children who lack academic resources, drop out of school, or facing financial crises due to the pandemic.
  • Focusing on emotional and psychological well-being received almost 900 phone calls, indicating a significant interest
  • And we successfully engaged with around 2,500 children, conducting nearly 200 counseling sessions since its inception.
  • Positive feedback from children following counseling sessions indicates tangible improvements in their emotional well-being and coping strategies.


The primary objective of the project is to eliminate vaccine hesitancy, provide accurate information, and dispel myths among people.
In partnership with: GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit)
Objectives and Impact:

  • Providing clear and concise information to increase vaccine uptake.
  • Raising awareness about the importance of vaccination, highlighting its benefits, and dispelling misconceptions among the masses.
  • Engaging a wider audience and educating both the general public and healthcare professionals about vaccination through digital distribution channels, including social media.

Arogya Parivar Program

This program aimed to provide affordable medical care to people in the rural areas.Under this program people received health care services at most remote locations in India. The program offered effective, low cost medications against infectious and chronic diseases.
In partnership with- Tech-Mahindra
Objective and Impact:

  • Two digital health centers were established.
  • Provided training to the doctors to use technology to provide consultation service to the patients.
  • Average 20 patients per day received physician consultation services at Digital Health Centre at most remote locations.

The TB Project

This project aimed to combat the pervasive issue of tuberculosis (TB) through innovative technology and strategic partnerships. 
In partnership with-  National Health Mission with support from Uttar Pradesh Government.
Objectives & Impact:

  • Raise awareness about TB and emphasize the critical importance of drug adherence.
  • Utilize technology to gather statistical data on TB drug adherence trends.
  • Execution in key regions including Lucknow, Amethi, and Sultanpur.
  • Mitigation of premature medication discontinuation, leading to improved health outcomes.
  • Promotion of healthier communities by fostering a culture of adherence and reducing the spread of TB.

 Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan

This project aimed at addressing the critical issue of open defecation in villages, aiming to improve sanitation and curb the spread of diseases.
In partnership with- Dainik Jagran with support from Reckitt Benckiser
Objective & Impact:

  • Raise awareness about the health hazards associated with open defecation.
  • Assist communities in constructing toilets and aligning with the government’s Swachh Bharat Mission.
  • Implementation in key regions including Etawa, Kannauj, and Varanasi.

Successful achievement of ODF (Open Defecation Free) status in 100 villages, leading to improved hygiene and health outcomes for residents.