Breaking the cycle of inaccessible Neonatal care
Bridging the gap between timely Neonatal care and its accessibility for the needy
To save new-born babies from underprivileged families
To help reduce new-born mortality in India
In India, every minute a newborn baby dies.
3.5million babies are born prematurely in our country. 40% of them die within the first 24 hours due to a lack of Neonatal Care support. The majority of the babies born too soon in underprivileged families have no access to specialized care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) due to the high costs.
That’s where we step in — our efforts are to reduce preventable neonatal deaths and help save newborns.
While India has made great strides in reducing the neonatal mortality rate due to institutional birthing and increase in Neonatal Intensive Care Units across the country, the focus should now be on reducing neonatal deaths in the underprivileged sections of the society who cannot afford the high-cost NICU treatment.
The Neonates Foundation of India (NFI) is a non-profit organization is set up with a mission to help such families access Neonatal Care, by raising funds and thereby bridging the gap.
NFI has partnered with Motherhood Hospitals — a network of 16 hospitals across 8 cities in India, with more than 200 NICU beds, equipped with advanced technology and highly-trained clinicians. Through your valued contribution, we will be able to provide critical and compassionate care to infants, who are holding on to life by a tiny thread. Giving them a helping hand will ensure that together we can pull them over the edge and send them home healthy.
To find new, innovative, and cost-effective ways to make NICU facilities accessible to all irrespective of their economic status or geographical location.
Our value is to treat small and sick babies in high standard quality NICU through our partner Hospitals and treat them with empathy and dignity.
Be transparent in all our activities while being mindful of the responsibility and trust placed on us by our donors and partners.