Empowers and transforms the lives of the poor marginalised people and communities to help them lead a life with access to quality healthcare

  • Started: 2004
  • Bangalore, Karnataka


Swasti works to address the inequity in the delivery of healthcare to the underprivileged masses and strives to look at the interrelationship between Read morevarious factors such as personal, social, economic and environmental determining the health outcomes of people and communities. Empowers workers, especially women through various workshops and programs in areas such as skill-building, advanced life skills, leadership skills, sexual and reproductive health, sanitation and hygiene, primary health, prevention of gender-based violence, gender equality, financial and legal literacy and social protection. It focuses on the following: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Prevention of Gender-based Violence Social Protection Health Systems Strengthening Technology for Health It has reached 29 countries besides India such as Nepal, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Maldives, Myanmar, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Lao PDR, Thailand, Timor Leste, Vietnam, Philippines, Jordan, Kenya, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, South Africa, Zanzibar, Swaziland, United Kingdom and the USA.


  • Health
  • Water
  • Disaster Management
  • Gender
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Legal
  • Sanitation
  • Energy & Environment

Sub Sectors

  • Health & Family Welfare
  • Nutrition

Demographies Served

  • Youth
  • Women
  • Children
  • Men
  • Transgenders


  • Invest for Wellness (i4We)

    Bangalore, Kolar, Gurgaon
    Karnataka, Haryana

    Aims to provide affordable, accessible and quality primary health services throughout the year to the urban and rural poor. This programme is focused on urban, rural, factories and sex workers.

    It offers membership to individuals and families to get free, prompt, convenient and empathetic care in the local clinic by a nurse and a dial-in doctor. Members get health advice, assured screening and treatment for 20 diseases and conditions and priority access to health services and uses an App for the Health Facilitator, Nurse and Healthcare Provider network, AI-enabled real-time analysis and dashboards for action, point of care diagnostics and a range of innovative health products.

  • Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights

    Maharashtra, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal

    Empowers adolescent girls, women and sexual minorities to protect their health and rights to lead violence-free lives through programmes focused on marginalized communities.

    It has supported infected, affected children and family members in 40,000 households in India including family planning services, HIV prevention, treatment and care.

  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

    Anantapur, Cuddapah, Kolar, Gurgaon
    Karnataka, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Odisha, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh

    Works with poor communities to generate awareness on WASH to reduce disease incidences, improve drinking water systems, and promote access to toilets and hand washing facilities.

    It has designed emergency WASH response for disaster-affected areas like Tsunami affected communities to set up community water plants in partnership with local governments and set up systems for waste segregation and wastewater management.

    Works in Bengaluru and Delhi to educate children on the need for quality toilets, hand washing, drinking water and hygiene and women workers on menstrual hygiene and sanitation.

  • Social Protection

    Bangalore, Kolar

    The Social Protection Programme of Swasthi focuses on connecting underprivileged sections of society with the health programmes initiated by the Government. This helps the poor to save money and also their health leading to better living and more secure households protected from poverty and ill-health related expenses.

  • Prevention of Gender Based Violence

    To prevent the occurrence of gender-based violence, it has created a structured response system called Swathi Nyaya Sanjeevini. This unit offers round-the-clock assistance to sex workers who are victims of violence. It has developed an innovative mobile application which captures details of the incident and also assigns a severity index resulting in greater tracking and reduction of violence.

Impact Metrics

  • Reached people for various programmes

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2018-19 272881
    • 2019-20 10814004
    • 2020-21 500000
    • 2021-22 18782637
  • Reached people to support their health and wellness

    Program Name


    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2017-18 36000
    • 2018-19 32042
    • 2019-20 56165
    • 2020-21 145895
    • 2021-22 855000

Leadership Team

  • J.V.R Prasada Rao


  • Shama Karkal

    Chief Executive Officer

  • Dr. Angela Chaudhuri


  • Shaonli Chakraborty

    Wellbeing 4 Workers and Gender Director


Registration Details

  • PAN Card


  • Registration ID

    134/2004- 05

  • VO ID / Darpan ID


  • 12A


  • 80G


  • FCRA



Project Location


25, 1st Main, Raghavendra Nilaya, AECS Layout, Ashwath Nagar

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