Project Bloom up is an initiative. by SEC International Foundation to modernization for Anganwadi. In India Anganwadi are running through Integrated child Development Scheme of UNICEF with collaboration with states government the basic concept behind this program in to take care of Holistic Development of children in age group of 0-6 years we all know that this age tracked is critical for capacitive as well as physical growth of the children. In Anganwadi the Children of are of mostly from hover socio-economic starter who they are unable to provide their kids proper nutrition so through anganwadi distribution of balanced nutrition food, preschool, vaccination and health supervision is alone by Anganwadi workers, Heath workers etc.

Over 33 Lakh children in India are malnourished and make then half of them fall in the severely mal nourished category. The women and child development ministry estimate that there are 17:46 Lakh seventy acute malnourished children (MAM) and 15.46c lakh moderately acute malnourished (MAM) children as of October 14, 2021). The total 33.23 Lath is compilation of data from 34 States and union territories the ministry said in response to an RTI query. the while the numbers are alarming in themselves both MAM and SAM have severe heath repercussions on the health of child the suffering for malnutrition are at the risk of morbidity and mortality.

Multidimensional poverty forced children to have stunted physical ¬†growth and lower cognitive development. Our centers has launched POCHAN ABHIYAN for taking this issue. Although our governments au providing all needed facilities for Anganwadi but the survey done by SEC International’s Research and Development team found some missing links. Through our Project we are trying to linking all missing. for our healthy and happy children.

Necessities include carpets, kids table chairs, stationary water coolers, facility for safe drinking water black boards etc. As we all know that easily accessible nutrition and balance diet health facilities has become challenges for vulnerable communication like children from living in extreme poverty.