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Last Updated on November 5, 2019

Operation in state

  • Pan India
 

Thematic Areas

  • Agriculture,food and nutrition
  • CSR and Sustainability
  • Community Development
  • Education and Employment
  • Energy, Environment and Climate Change
  • Healthcare
  • Livelihoods
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Waste and Recycling
  • Women and Gender
  • Disability or specially-abled related
 
 

Tax Compliance Eligibility

  • 80G (for 50% tax benefits)
  • 12 A (Tax exemption for NGO income)
  • FCRA (Eligible for international funding)
 
 

School Health Annual Report Programme (SHARP)

Verified Organization

Established In 1999


B-6 Extn/21 , Safdarjung Enclave , New Delhi , Delhi , 110029

About the organization

School Health Annual Report Programme (SHARP) is a PAN-India organization, with an objective to provide quality, affordable and accessible healthcare to school children, community and underprivileged sections of the society. With our presence in more than 65 cities, we are also India's Largest School Health Network. SHARP has created a network of panel hospitals to which the individual is referred in case of ailments. A result-oriented and technology-driven approach combined with innovative ideas and professional expertise has enabled us to carry out scientifically-planned programs and maintain digitized health records of students. 
Mission: Aligning with our motto "Health Comes First", we strive to ensure quality healthcare for all. Through collaborative partnerships with various stakeholders, we aim to provide a platform to detect, address and resolve health problems. 
 
SHARP’s surveys and studies have been quoted in the editorial of “The Hindustan Times” and International medical journal “The Lancet”. By collaborating with Schools, Communities, Corporates, Government Bodies, and other key partners for more than 243 projects to date, we are taking forth the vision of a healthy nation.
We have a comprehensive approach for all our programs, that includes:
1. Advocacy: It is imperative to revamp the perception and status of School and Community Healthcare in our country. This includes understanding the concept, shortcomings, priority areas and emerging challenges.  Reaching out to and providing support to different stakeholders (schools, students, communities, parents, institutions, policymakers, front line workers, donors) is of utmost importance and is being achieved through our diverse programs, intervention activities and campaigns.
2. Partnerships and Alliances: In order to achieve sustainable change, cross-sector collaborations between different stakeholders play a crucial role. We are aiming at forging partnerships between different fields and areas of action (education, health, environment, urban planning, and economics.) We also work with the Government’s Ministries of education, health, finance, environment, women development, and urban development to maximize impact.
3. Capacity building: This includes building, expanding and promoting health through training, communication, and engagement, in addition to reaching policymakers and community leaders to orient people toward school health and standardize its programs. Capacity building of local workforce and front line workers ensures sustainability and end-mine delivery of benefits. By developing leaders at all society levels, also helps people get employability and make quality health services easily accessible at the local level.
4. Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation: This includes constant research, evaluation and analysis of programs through methodological procedures and the use of appropriate guidelines, methodologies, and tools. Through data collection, analysis and documentation; SHARP aims to publish important findings of children’s health in India and assist the government in its various policies.
Thematic Areas: Comprehensive School & Community Health,  Nutrition, Vision Rehabilitation, Water Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), Menstrual Health & Hygiene, Road Safety, Environment and Energy, Mental Health, Training & Capacity building, Tertiary Care. 

 

School Health Annual Report Programme (SHARP) is a PAN-India organization, with an objective to provide quality, affordable and accessible healthcare to school children, community and underprivileged sections of the society. With our presence in more than 65 cities, we are also India's Largest School Health Network. SHARP has created a network of panel hospitals to which the individual is referred in case of ailments. A result-oriented and technology-driven approach combined with innovative ideas and professional expertise has enabled us to carry out scientifically-planned programs and maintain digitized health records of students. 

 

Mission: Aligning with our motto "Health Comes First", we strive to ensure quality healthcare for all. Through collaborative partnerships with various stakeholders, we aim to provide a platform to detect, address and resolve health problems.  SHARP’s surveys and studies have been quoted in the editorial of “The Hindustan Times” and International medical journal “The Lancet”. By collaborating with Schools, Communities, Corporates, Government Bodies, and other key partners for more than 243 projects to date, we are taking forth the vision of a healthy nation.

 

We have a comprehensive approach for all our programs, that includes:

  1. Advocacy: It is imperative to revamp the perception and status of School and Community Healthcare in our country. This includes understanding the concept, shortcomings, priority areas and emerging challenges.  Reaching out to and providing support to different stakeholders (schools, students, communities, parents, institutions, policymakers, front line workers, donors) is of utmost importance and is being achieved through our diverse programs, intervention activities and campaigns.
  2. Partnerships and Alliances: In order to achieve sustainable change, cross-sector collaborations between different stakeholders play a crucial role. We are aiming at forging partnerships between different fields and areas of action (education, health, environment, urban planning, and economics.) We also work with the Government’s Ministries of education, health, finance, environment, women development, and urban development to maximize impact.
  3. Capacity building: This includes building, expanding and promoting health through training, communication, and engagement, in addition to reaching policymakers and community leaders to orient people toward school health and standardize its programs. Capacity building of local workforce and front line workers ensures sustainability and end-mine delivery of benefits. By developing leaders at all society levels, also helps people get employability and make quality health services easily accessible at the local level.
  4. Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation: This includes constant research, evaluation and analysis of programs through methodological procedures and the use of appropriate guidelines, methodologies, and tools. Through data collection, analysis and documentation; SHARP aims to publish important findings of children’s health in India and assist the government in its various policies.

Thematic Areas: Comprehensive School & Community Health,  Nutrition, Vision Rehabilitation, Water Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), Menstrual Health & Hygiene, Road Safety, Environment and Energy, Mental Health, Training & Capacity building, Tertiary Care. 

 

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Special features of the organization

  1. A PAN-India presence with work centers in more than 65 cities allows us to carry out large scale projects in even the remotest of areas
  2. Localized work-force in all regions allows us to penetrate through the barrier of reaching out to communities easily
  3. 20- years of expertise in school and community healthcare interventions with well-trained and experienced members
  4. We have a well-established network of schools, hospitals and front line workers that allows efficient interventions
  5. We ensure end-to-end implementation of CSR Projects in varied thematic areas
  6. Interactive and engaging methods of interventions with different beneficiaries
  7. We are one of the first organization to have introduced digitalization of Health Records in schools
  8. All our projects, programs and campaigns align with the Sustainable Development Goals and Government schemes
  9. All the Projects are backed with quantitative and qualitative research and assessment
  10. Scalability and Sustainability of programs
 

Why should a corporate partner with organization?

 

 

SHARP is guided by a clear and concrete vision of ensuring quality Health for all. With the introduction of Companies Act 2013, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in India has taken a new force, subsequently increasing the need for collective on-ground efforts from different stakeholders. Based on the alignment of our expertise and the CSR strategy and philosophy of the company, the delivery of results is ensured with the help of our mobilized resources, committed team members, rich and collected experience & knowledge over the course of 20 years. To capture the true spirit of CSR, we provide an end-to-end implementation of projects. Enablement and capacity building of the local workforce, frontline workers and community members are given importance to ensure sustainability. From need assessment to conceptualizing effective implementation and impact evaluation, we strive to ensure that justice is done to the CSR mandate by utilizing the funds ensuring the sustainable and long-lasting impact on society. This is further supplemented by various employee engagement opportunities. We are distinguished by our impact-driven approach, which is reflected in the following figures: 

SHARP is guided by a clear and concrete vision of ensuring quality Health for all. With the introduction of Companies Act 2013, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in India has taken a new force, subsequently increasing the need for collective on-ground efforts from different stakeholders. Based on the alignment of our expertise and the CSR strategy and philosophy of the company, the delivery of results is ensured with the help of our mobilized resources, committed team members, rich and collected experience & knowledge over the course of 20 years. To capture the true spirit of CSR, we provide an end-to-end implementation of projects. Enablement and capacity building of the local workforce, frontline workers and community members are given importance to ensure sustainability. From need assessment to conceptualizing effective implementation and impact evaluation, we strive to ensure that justice is done to the CSR mandate by utilizing the funds ensuring the sustainable and long-lasting impact on society. This is further supplemented by various employee engagement opportunities. We are distinguished by our impact-driven approach, which is reflected in the following figures: 


  • Over 3 million students from more than 20,000 schools covered under the Comprehensive School Health Programme
  • Over 500+ villages and more than 5 lakhs families benefited from our comprehensive Community Healthcare Programme
  • More than 6 lakhs screening, over 3 lakh free spectacle distributed and cataract surgeries conducted under the vision Rehabilitation Programme
  • More than 8 lakhs young mothers, 30 lakhs adolescent girls, 2.5 million schoolchildren, 20000+ teachers, 5000+ Anganwadi workers benefited under our various personal hygiene, menstrual health and hygiene and young mothers hygiene programs
  • Over 25 lakh teachers, 3000+ Anganwadi workers, 253 safai karamcharis trained under our capacity building programs
  • 1.5 lakh students, 3000+ Anganwadi worker, 10000+ teachers covered under Nutrition Programme
  • Over 52000 students, 1100 teachers covered across 200 schools under the Energy conservation and environment programs
  • Around 2.35 lakhs students from more 300 schools covered under the Road Safety Programme
  • Donation drives and Medical Interventions including cataract surgeries, hearing aids, artificial limbs and calipers, cleft palate surgeries, etc

 

 

Chief Functionary

Name :  
Menaka Sharma
 
Designation :  
Director
 
Email :  
menaka@schoolindia.org
 
 

Contact

Name :  
Himanshu Grover
 
Designation :  
Communications Manager
 
Email 1 :  
himanshu@schoolindia.org
 
Phone :  
011- 26166358
 
 

CSR projects of organization

Comprehensive School Health Programme
Project Type: CSR
This program invests in providing quality health assessments to school students. This includes preve....
 
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Vision Rehabilitation Programme
Project Type: CSR
The Project caters to the growing need of eye care services to the underprivileged. In spite of the ....
 
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