1.MOBILE HEALTH CLINIC: (From 2005 to 2015)

35% of Delhi population still resides in JJ Clusters and unauthorized colonies. Mobile Health clinic provides access to the economically weaker sections of the society. The Mobile Health van has been provided to us by the Directorate of Health, Govt of Delhi and runs six days a week. In order to good quality and efficacious service provision, a team of qualified medical/ para-medical professionals are always on board which consist of a MBBS Doctor, a Pharmacist, a qualified Nurse, a Dresser and an Attendant. The medicines that are distributed are provided by Office of CMO, Govt of Delhi. We provide following services:

  1. To provide medical facilities to people living in JJ Clusters at their doorstep.
  2. To give health education.
  3. To take active participation in National Health Programs like Pulse Polio, Measles immunization, Leprosy control.
  4. Sanitation surveys and steps to improve sanitary conditions in JJ Clusters.
  5. To lift drinking water samples from the JJ Clusters and sending them to MCD Public Health Laboratory for testing
  6. MITWA :11 MHS Dispy Vans carry Delhi AIDS Control Society Counsellors & Lab Tech for counselling & taking sample.
  7. To provide medical coverage in following activities like
  1. HazManjil pilgrims
  2. UrsMela
  3. Kawar Camps
  4. NCC Camps/Sports Events
  5. Bhartiyam
  6. Sant Nirankari Sammelan
  7. Chhat Puja
  8. Control of Cholera/ Gastroenteritis/Jaundice outbreak/Any otder epidemic
  9. Bangladeshi Prisoners
  10. Arya Orphanage Pataudi House
  11. G.B.Road Sex Workers area
  12. Tahir pur Leprosy Complex
  13. Lampur Beggar Home/ Resettled JJ clusters
  14. Night Shelters


This project has been awarded to us by Delhi State Aids Control Society and National Aids Control Organization under National Aids Control Policy IV, which envisages provision of specialized Target Intervention with particular emphasis on High Risk Groups in order to prevent, control HIV/AIDS and to reduce harm ton High Risk Groups. Our High-Risk Group is “Injecting Drug Users”. IDU’s have been an ostracized part of the society due to stigma attached with HIV/AIDS as well as drug usages.However, the services provided to them generate awareness and helpreduce the spread of HIV/AIDS. To manage the project, we have a professional staff, continuously trained by Technical Support Unit of NACO/DSACS. We have a project office, Clinic and a Drop-in-Centre for High Risk group which facilitate the following:
  1. Community Mobilization
  2. Behavioral change communication
  3. Detoxification
  4. Harm reduction through Needle Syringe Exchange program
  5. Abscess Management and prevention
  6. Opioid Substitution Therapy

The Drop-in-centres offer specialized counselling services as well as information about the transmission of HIV/AIDS including safer injecting practices.


This Research work was awarded by Directorate of Education, Govt. of Delhi.The research project is entitled “NUTRIENT AND MICRO-NUTRIENT CONTENTS IN MID–DAY-MEAL PROVIDED TO CHILDREN AND FORTIFICATION WITH VITAMINS A,B,C AND D”..The study incorporates entire Delhi. The project has been completed and the final report findings have been accepted by the Director of Education, Govt. Of NCT of Delhi.


This project was awarded under Mission Convergence under Govt. of NCT ,Delhi. Here we are providing support services regarding various schemes to identified vulnerable population as per their entitlement at their doorstep. These schemes are under various Govt. of NCT, Delhi departments like Health,Urban development, Social welfare, Welfare of SC/ST, Women and Child development, labour, food and civil supplies, education, IT, and legal . The other components on services which we are providing for vulnerable population (Specially for women) are Health Services, Vocational training and skill development, Nutrition camp, Legal awareness and assistance, Non formal Education, Community Outreach, formation and strengthening of self help groups etc.

5. COMMUNITY MONITORING: (2011 to 2013)

Krishna foundation has also been involved in forming and training Community Monitoring Groups at Sub centre Village level, Block level and District level in the district of Haridwar,Uttarakhand in order to identify problems and finding solutions in the implementation of service delivery under National rural health mission through JAN Samvad. This programme is being run in partnership with VCSG Medical college, Srinagar, Garhwal.
The process of monitoring includes;

  • Group discussions with community members
  • Interviews with beneficiaries
  • Interviews with health staff
  • Exit interviews with patients
  • Observation of health facility
  • Organizing Swasthyasamvad divas and record its findings
  • Rating and Monitoring of health institutions against approved plans and physical resources
  • Share the findings with district health officials


We organise medical treatment camps in various area’s of Delhi and UP.These camps provide:

  • Knowledge about infectious and Nutritional deceases
  • Pulse polio immunization
  • Distribution of free medicines to the needy


Krishna foundation regularly organizes cancer Detection camps in various area’s of Delhi to make general public aware about the signs and symptoms of Cancer.Due to the complexities of the disease , it does not get diagnosed in the early stages because of lack of awareness. It is a fact that a shocking number of cases prove to be fatal due to late detection of Cancer. We provide the following in Cancer detection Camps:

  1. Awareness generation about the sign and symptoms of Cancer
  2. Awareness generation aboutthe hazards of use of Tobacco smoking and alcohol consumption
  3. Early detection of Cancer


Krishna Foundation has a branch at 26, sector–II, Kailash Nagar, Vrindaban, District Mathura, UP. Being religious place helpless women, down trodden, marginalized, ignorant and illiterate women frequently get victimized by local anti-social elements. We provide food, Cloths and temporary shelter to these women along with social and moral support in order to help them to integrate in the main stream society with dignity. During the financial year 2015-2016 we could counsel and help about 135 needy women/Widows who were being victimized.


Krishna foundation is also providing help and support to poor and subjugated section of society through job oriented vocational training in the area in IP Extension and Mandavli area of East Delhi. We also included some of the Girls from Vrindawan Mathura who were interested in getting training. This programme is totally self-funded by Krishna foundation and we provide vocational training specially to needy women in stitching, Embroidery, Zari work etc. and then help them to get jobs in various small scale industries. During financial year 2015-2016 we trained 276 needy girls in different trades. 102 subjects were helped to get jobs or were helped to start their own work.