Empowering rural women in India by leveraging traditional Indian massage techniques for new born babies and expectant mothers.
Through Mothers Touch, Dr. Rekha Chaudhari not only aims at reviving the traditional post-partum care practices of India but at the same time her vision is to promote women empowerment.
Social Impact Envisioned
Benefits of Traditional Indian Practices
RESEARCH AND STUDY
Recognized by Reputed International Organizations
Research studies has also been registered with FDA (US Department of Health) run trial registry and ICTRP, World Health Organization.
University of Oxford
Presented white paper on “Evolving Indian post-partum care through service model: Qualitative study of experience & satisfaction”
Presented with Study on “Indian Postpartum Care: Randomised Trial to Improve Maternal Health Six Weeks After Birth”
John Hopkins University
White Paper & Study presented on “The Role of Indian Post-partum Care in Women’s Psychological Functioning”
after post-partum, will certainly highlight the importance of effective recovery of mothers after childbirth. The book may play a pivotal role in re-introducing these things back to the Indian culture and impress the wider world." Read More
Founder of Mothers Touch Foundation
Director of Mothers Touch
With a Bachelors in Pharmacy, she studied MBA (Hospitality) in Europe, Nilambari launched her first start up at age 24.
Sangram Birje, USA
Dr. Aparna Chaudhari, USA
Veena Shetty, USA
NiQi Kundhi, UK