ARMMAN is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the well-being of pregnant mothers, newborn infants and children in the first five years of their life. Our vision is to design and implement sustainable interventions to reduce maternal, neonatal and child mortality and morbidity in underprivileged urban and rural communities in India by identifying and addressing systemic gaps in both health services delivery and community health care seeking practices by adopting a multi sectoral evidence based ‘community needs assessment’ approach.
ARMMAN’s core programs make innovative use of technology to develop viable interventions and maximize outreach. Current projects of ARMMAN are mMitra (urban)/ Phone Sakhi (rural), Arogya Sakhi home-based Antenatal and infancy care, Mother and Child High Risk Factor Tracking and HERO (Helpline for Emergency Response Operations). For more information visit:www.armman.org