Reports & Financials
As part of its poverty alleviation initiative, Foundation initiated a Scholarship programme in the year 2010-11 to financially support the meritious students belonging to the poor families for continuing their higher studies. The scholarship programme caters to poor students, those passing 10th standard and above from 69 Gram panchayats in Kunigal and Gubbi Taluks of Tumkur District in Karnataka.The scholarship is being administered by Initiatives for Development Foundation (IDF), a Bangalore based NGO partner.
Since inception till date, 50 scholars have availed the financial support.
26 have completed PUC, 5 graduation, 5 diploma, 3 B.E and 1 post graduation.
11 ongoing PUC, 6 graduation, 2 diploma and 9 B.E
VIF is focused on improving the quality of life, be it the commitment to the advancement of healthcare solutions, leveraging technology or the economic advancement of rural India. To fulfill this objective, Foundation has carried out a series of health camps during 2017-18 in 2 states of Assam and Karnataka to provide free general health check-up, medicines, consultation by specialist doctors and free cataract surgeries.
Safe Drinking Water
As part of Vattikuti India Foundation poverty alleviation initiative and one of the core objective of healthcare. Foundation initiated a ‘Safe Drinking Water Project’, wherein 46 hand pumps and 46 water purifiers were installed in 23 identified villages of Nalbari, Darrang and Goalpara districts of Assam in 2 phases (Phase I, March 2018) and (Phase II, July 2018). The villages and districts were chosen based on Vattikuti India Foundation’s ongoing ‘Unnati-Poverty alleviation programme in Assam’. The identified villages did not have safe drinking water and were prone to water borne diseases such as Diarrhoea, typhoid, jaundice etc.
Emergency Response and Disaster Relief
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Vattikuti India Foundation together with Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Bangalore organised a Walkathon cum Awareness campaign on the eve of ‘World Cancer Day’ on February 4, 2018 at Kanakapura Taluk, Ramanagara District, Karnataka. More than 1000 ASHA/Aanganwadi workers, School & College students, and volunteers from Davinta and Altimetrik along with general population participated in the Walkathon. The Walkathon was flagged off by Hon’ble MP, Kanakapura, Sh. DK Suresh.