Our Work

Designed interventions have affected communities' behaviors in
significant ways, which have even led to community ownership in some instances.

Through our work over the years on factors affecting maternal and child health, we have diversified to affect social and health determinants with a continuum of care approach. We strive towards innovation at scale in the domains of Maternal and Child Health; Sexual and Reproductive Health with a focus on Adolescents (10-19 years) and Young People (10-24 years); Communicable diseases (HIV, TB, Hepatitis B & C); and common Non-Communicable Diseases (Hypertension, Diabetes, Obesity & Mental Health).


Maternal, Newborn Child Health & Nutrition (MNCHN)

Mamta has implemented some of the most significant initiatives in India, meternal health and newborn child health has been the strength of the organization since the organization's inception. This theme is based on the concept of continuum care...


Young People’s Reproductive Sexual Health & Rights (YRSHR)

Young people in India face significant barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive health services, including stigma and lack of information. The interventions are guided by gender, sexuality, and rights through the life cycle approach...


Communicable Diseases (TB, HIV / AIDS, Hepatitis B & C)

Communicable diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, dengue, chikungunya, and hepatitis are among the most prevalent diseases. These diseases contribute significantly to morbidity and mortality in the country. Communicable diseases can spread rapidly in India due to its large population, high population density, and inadequate sanitation & hygiene...


Non Communicable
Diseases (NCD)

NCDs account for approximately 70% of deaths worldwide. The government of India has instituted a comprehensive NCD control program that focuses on screening, referral, health promotion and prevention of NCDs and associated risk factors. Mamta's aim is to expand access to NCD care for the underserved and marginalised population...



Livelihood programs provide opportunities for individuals and communities to earn sustainable incomes. Our interventions focus on improving access to healthcare along with access to stable employment and income-generating activities, they can afford better healthcare services, nutritious food, and improved living conditions. Economic empowerment through livelihood programs reduces poverty and addresses social determinants of health.

Climate Change

Our climate change interventions focus on reducing fossil fuel reliance and decrease in greenhouse gas emissions, resulting in improved air quality to reduce respiratory problems, cardiovascular diseases, and other health issues associated with air pollution. Climate change can impact the distribution and prevalence of vector-borne diseases like malaria, dengue, and chikungunya.

Our Impact

Implemented projects in
120+ Districts across
19 States/UT's
in India

11.3 million
lives touched by
our interventions

Collaborated with
175+ Hospitals for
sustainable energy consumption

More than
70 research papers
published in the last five years

Collaboratively implementing projects with 5 State Govt's & Central Govt

Implemented Climate Change Projects in 2 States/UT's across India

Our Presence



Glimpse Of Our Journey