Infosys Foundation collaborates with C-CAMP to enhance maternity care in Ballari and other districts

Infosys Foundation and the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) are set to transform maternity care in Ballari, Karnataka. The ‘C-CAMP-Infosys Foundation Project Early Life’ has garnered significant support, with Infosys Foundation committing Rs 8.5 crore to benefit between 50,000 to 1 lakh women and 4,000 newborns over the next four years.

Launched during the Government of Karnataka’s health roundtable, the project focuses on enhancing healthcare accessibility for expectant mothers and newborns. Dharwad and Ballari are the initial districts in an ambitious plan to cover a total of eight districts, addressing critical healthcare gaps.

Innovative solutions lie at the core of this initiative, leveraging advanced fetal monitoring technology and neonatal respiratory support devices. This proactive approach ensures that essential care is provided at the earliest stages of life, marking a significant advancement for Ballari’s healthcare landscape.

Sunil Kumar Dhareshwar, Infosys Foundation Trustee, emphasizes the initiative’s potential to elevate public healthcare infrastructure to global standards. Dr. Taslimarif Saiyed, CEO and Director of C-CAMP, appreciates the collaborative effort’s role in promoting affordable healthcare through indigenous technology.

This partnership is a testament to the power of collaboration and innovation, offering a model for other regions. The ‘C-CAMP-Infosys Foundation Project Early Life’ not only promises to revolutionize healthcare in Ballari but also sets the stage for a healthier future for mothers and newborns, prioritizing their well-being in Karnataka and beyond.

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