Immunization

99%

of vaccination sites in India are unutilized

90%

of Indians are not fully vaccinated

1.5 lakh

vaccine administrators need to be deployed to meet COVID vaccination target

47%

of poor children do not receive full immunization
Sambhav aims to eliminate the spread of preventable diseases and stop
pandemics from taking root by maximizing local capacity to immunise citizens.

Our Approach

01
Access to Hard Infrastructure
Create training centres, learning hubs, and fully-equipped workstations close to hospitals.
02
Access to
Quality Skilling
Deploy skilled, qualified trainers to prepare individuals for vaccination drives with differentiated curriculum and responsive management.
03
Livelihood
Generation
Enable individuals to earn a livelihood after being trained as medical social workers.
04
Linkages to Formal Economy
Induct upskilled workers in nationwide programs and enable them to contribute to the formal economy.
05
Tech-enabled Transparency
Measure individual progress to instill accountability and drive learning.
06
Ecosystem Development
Contribute to system capacity building, fostering partnerships with private and public health institutions that lead to an efficient ecosystem.

Our impact

0
Vaccinations Administered
0
Vaccination Drives Organized
0
COVID Helplines/Helpdesks
0 m
Pads
distributed
0 k
Hours of
education
0 k
Girls' lives
impacted

Our partners

Ecosystem partners

We are very elated that through this initiative, we could support the nation’s mission to vaccinate all & protect them from COVID-19.

Tony Berland

CEO & MD, Legrand Group

We are partnering with Sambhav Foundation to install an oxygen plant (to support 100 beds in a Government Hospital) as part of our COVID relief efforts and to conduct vaccination drives to inoculate 10,000 people from the underserved communities.

Ankur Mittal

SVP – Technology & MD, Lowe’s India

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