Jansankalp Foundation: Preserving Heritage, Celebrating Culture

Jansankalp Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to improving healthcare access and outcomes in India. Our mission is to ensure that every individual, regardless of their socio-economic background, has access to quality healthcare services. We strive to create a healthier and more equitable society by addressing healthcare challenges at both the grassroots and policy levels.

Our Mission

At Jansankalp Foundation, our mission is to promote better health and well-being for all. We are dedicated to:

  1. Healthcare Access: Ensuring that marginalized and underserved communities have access to essential healthcare services, preventive care, and life-saving treatments.
  2. Health Education: Educating communities about health and hygiene practices, disease prevention, and the importance of regular health check-ups.
  3. Capacity Building: Empowering healthcare providers with training, resources, and support to deliver quality care and stay updated with medical advancements.
  4. Advocacy and Policy: Advocating for policies that strengthen the healthcare system, increase funding, and promote inclusivity in healthcare services.


  1. Medical Camps and Outreach: We organize medical camps and health awareness drives in remote and underserved areas. Our team of doctors, nurses, and volunteers offer free medical consultations, distribute essential medicines, and conduct health screenings to identify and address prevalent health issues.
  1. Healthcare Infrastructure Development: We collaborate with local communities and government agencies to improve healthcare infrastructure. This includes building and equipping clinics, health centers, and hospitals, particularly in regions where access to medical facilities is limited.
  1. Health Education Programs: Our health education initiatives focus on promoting preventive healthcare practices and raising awareness about prevalent diseases. We conduct workshops, seminars, and community events to empower individuals to take charge of their health and adopt healthier lifestyles.
  1. Training and Capacity Building: Jansankalp Foundation organizes training sessions for healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, and community health workers. These workshops enhance their skills, knowledge, and understanding of the latest medical advancements, thereby improving the quality of healthcare services provided.
  1. Healthcare Support for Vulnerable Groups: We extend support to vulnerable groups, such as the elderly, differently-abled individuals, and those suffering from chronic illnesses. Through partnerships with healthcare institutions, we ensure that these individuals receive specialized care and necessary resources.

Our Recent Activities

Providing Free Healthcare Services in Remote Areas

Under the leadership of Hon. CM Eknath Shinde, Chief Minister of Maharashtra: Jansankalp Foundation is providing healthcare services to rural communities in remote areas as...

Health Camp in Rampur Nyalsu, Uttarakhand

Jansankalp Foundation recently organized a health check-up camp in Rampur Nyalsu, Uttarakhand, with the aim of providing essential healthcare services to the local community....

Health Camp in Triyuginaryan, Uttarakhand

Jansankalp Foundation, under the leadership of Balaji Krishnammagaru, recently organized a successful health check-up camp in Triyuginaryan, Uttarakhand. The camp aimed to address the...

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