In line with the WHO priority to identify and implement evidence-based health programmes that “leave no one behind” we strive to make our health programmes inclusive and equitable. At the same time we try to address critical social determinants of health that can strengthen best practices in preventive health and guide communities toward better health providers. Bangalore has over 2,000 slums (informal settlements), where around 4 million live. We can cover this population effectively only by collaborating with organizations and individuals who share our vision.   

 Anahat is building a PUBLIC HEALTH PARTNER NETWORK comprising of civil society organizations, government, hospitals, behaviour change professionals, and communities to scale proven and existing public health services across city settlements. 



Government of Karnataka


When you donate to Anahat, you are supporting our efforts to strengthen preventive health and keep our most vulnerable citizens healthy and safe.