About Us

We are an Non Profit Organization who aims to improve health and wellbeing of individuals and communities with emphasis on disease prevention, care and management.

Vision & Mission

Vision

Promote innovative, locally adaptive capacity building approaches enabling communities to lead better, quality and healthier lives.

Mission

Enable Health Society seeks to improve the health and well-being of people by building capacity of communities, promoting healthy practices, upholding gender equity, supporting locally adaptable technology, advocating for sound practices and policies, and inspiring people to assert their rights to better, healthier lives.

Organizational Values

Service

Making sure that each person who seeks our services is treated with personal respect, courtesy, compassion and sensitivity. Remembering that caring is as important as care.

Quality

Choosing the best people for our work, employing the best available practices, and always challenging ourselves to improve through innovation, strategic planning, collaboration and teamwork.

Integrity

We are honest and straightforward with each other. We operate within the letter and spirit of the law.

Human Rights and Justice

All of our work is based on respect for the inherent worth and dignity of all people, and the rights that follow from this understanding.

Respect

Recognizing the value of every contribution to the mission of Enable Health Society, honoring our diversity and working together as an effective team in which each person understands his or her importance to the team.

Communication

A dedication to keeping all our partners informed and a promise to listen actively.

Our Journey

Formed in 2004,EHS initiated its efforts in reducing the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the lives of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) through structured treatment education to ensure 95% adherence to antiretroviral treatment. EHS took a preventive health approach for PLHIV to adopt behaviors to prevent opportunistic infections,(TB, Diarrheal diseases, Skin infections, Pneumonia etc) thereby improving the quality of life. EHS ensured that it reflected in the peer education and counseling, reaching out to people living with HIV in the country. We expanded to Sexual and reproductive health services to ensure pregnancies of positive couples could be planned, and they are able to access the Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPTCT) det programs to ensure their children can be free of HIV and their right to parenthood can be exercised in a supported environment. We were able to achieve this through strengthening the capacity of public, private & community-based networks in providing quality care. We worked in partnershipsbuilding linkages with the government, through involvement of people living with HIV& support treatment and care services across 9 states in the country.

Forging effective partnerships like these make it possible to bring affordable safe drinking water to families around the country and help prevent waterborne illness.
Our Journey

We formed Enable Health Society in 2004

We formed Enable Health Society in 2004

We formed Enable Health Society in 2004 and initiated efforts in reducing the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the lives of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) through structured treatment education to ensure 95% adherence to antiretroviral treatment. We took a preventive health approach for PLHIV to adopt behaviors to prevent opportunistic infections,(TB, Diarrheal diseases, Skin infections, Pneumonia etc) thereby improving the quality of life. We worked primarily in the peer education and counseling, reaching out to people living with HIV in the country. We expanded to Sexual and reproductive health services to ensure pregnancies of positive couples could be planned, and they are able to access the Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPTCT) programs to ensure their children can be free of HIV and their right to parenthood can be exercised in a supported environment. We were able to achieve this through strengthening the capacity of public, private & community-based networks in providing quality care. We worked in partnership building linkages with the government, through involvement of people living with HIV& support treatment and care services across 9 states in the country.

Our Journey from 2004 to 2013

Our Journey from 2004 to 2013

Working in HIV, AIDS and Sexual & Reproductive Health (SRH) focal areas, we at EHS limited ourselves to designing, training and delivery of the same to various stakeholders. The recognition through field level insights which EHS has gained over the years can influence program and policy design and could be applied to other areas in preventive health care. We decided to take its strengths, networks and credibility to not only diversify into other areas related to HIV/AIDS but also explore newer areas of health interventions and geographies. Water borne illness being one that affects people living with HIV in our primary population, preventing it became the priority along with our work in mitigating the impact of HIV and AIDS.

In 2014

In 2014

we partnered with Piramal Sarvajal, which is a mission driven social enterprise which designs and deploys innovative solutions for creating affordable access to safe drinking water in underserved areas. From serving a niche population limited to PLHIV, we now in EHS also serve the rural and urban population in under-served areas. Forging effective partnerships like these make it possible to bring affordable safe drinking water to families around the country and help prevent waterborne illness.

We formed Enable Health Society in 2004

We formed Enable Health Society in 2004 and initiated efforts in reducing the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the lives of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) through structured treatment education to ensure 95% adherence to antiretroviral treatment. We took a preventive health approach for PLHIV to adopt behaviors to prevent opportunistic infections,(TB, Diarrheal diseases, Skin infections, Pneumonia etc) thereby improving the quality of life. We worked primarily in the peer education and counseling, reaching out to people living with HIV in the country. We expanded to Sexual and reproductive health services to ensure pregnancies of positive couples could be planned, and they are able to access the Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPTCT) programs to ensure their children can be free of HIV and their right to parenthood can be exercised in a supported environment. We were able to achieve this through strengthening the capacity of public, private & community-based networks in providing quality care. We worked in partnership building linkages with the government, through involvement of people living with HIV& support treatment and care services across 9 states in the country.

Our Journey from 2004 to 2013

Working in HIV, AIDS and Sexual & Reproductive Health (SRH) focal areas, we at EHS limited ourselves to designing, training and delivery of the same to various stakeholders. The recognition through field level insights which EHS has gained over the years can influence program and policy design and could be applied to other areas in preventive health care. We decided to take its strengths, networks and credibility to not only diversify into other areas related to HIV/AIDS but also explore newer areas of health interventions and geographies. Water borne illness being one that affects people living with HIV in our primary population, preventing it became the priority along with our work in mitigating the impact of HIV and AIDS.

In 2014

we partnered with Piramal Sarvajal, which is a mission driven social enterprise which designs and deploys innovative solutions for creating affordable access to safe drinking water in underserved areas. From serving a niche population limited to PLHIV, we now in EHS also serve the rural and urban population in under-served areas. Forging effective partnerships like these make it possible to bring affordable safe drinking water to families around the country and help prevent waterborne illness.

Our Partners