Basic Health Check
What We Do
Billion Hearts Beating Foundation organizes various health camps and other health awareness drives from time to time in different parts of the country to reach out and educate people about the importance of health.
Our efforts have been to reach out to the marginalized sections so that they benefit out of these free health activities.
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Medicines for people, not profit
How Project Aushad began in Chennai, under the stewardship of Shobana Kamineni and Mythili Sriram
This woman overcame her own stigma to work with the mentally ill
The woman, who has worked as a vocational trainer at The Banyan, in Chennai, for 12 years now, talks of how the residents changed her heart and mind towards those with mental illness
“Sports saved me”
Gugan B, from Chennai, turned to football sport, to discipline himself and develop a healthy mind and body
“We can talk in English”
Parvathy V, 82, enjoys teaching, a profession that saved her from a broken relationship, and her lifeline today as she tutors children in Anandam – A Free Home for Senior Citizens
When friends become a happy family: 3 octogenarians tell us how
Their story of friendship began in a branch of SBI bank, where Gattu Veera Bhadra Rao, Manepalli Satyanarayana, and Manda Papi Reddy, met
60 years of marriage later, this couple still counts on connection and care
Kolli Ramanamma and Kolli Raji Naidu, a couple who stay at Anuraag Human Services in Hyderabad explain how little remembrances and gestures have kept their love alive for 6 decades
How to be the bold CEO of your life
Through her life experiences, Bhuvaneshwari, 66, tells us why education is important for women to be independent and be the CEO of their life
Why not enough women lead senior care homes in India
We spoke to women leaders in a few of the senior care homes we support, and found that while they had found freedom, love, and relationships in the work they do, patriarchy is still pervasive
MOM turned upside down is WOW!
Stories of love from senior care homes, where a few mothers live with adult children who have mental health disorders