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Welcome to HealthProm

HealthProm is a UK-based charity which works to ensure vulnerable children have the best start in life. By vulnerable, we mean those children whose physical, emotional, cognitive and social development is held back because of poverty, social exclusion or disability.

We focus on supporting the most vulnerable children in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Afghanistan. We support them through strengthening families and communities, increasing access to health and social services, and promoting access to education. We work with and through local partner organisations.

The local manager with midwife meet leaders of the Safe Motherhood Groups


Annual Report 2013-2014

We have moved!

Motherhood and survival in remote Afghanistan

Short film about our work in Afghanistan

New project in Krasnoyarsk, Russia 

HealthProm Donkey Ambulance showcased at IME Conference

misha the cellist-322

8th Annual Cello Recital in memory of Mstislav Rostropovich

Join us on 3rd December for a night of classical music and support our work promoting access to education for disabled children in Russia.

Our 8th annual chamber recital will take place at the private residence of Sir Vernon Ellis, Chairman of the British Council and President of English National Opera. Performances by Mikhail Nemtsov (cello) and Slava Sidorenko (piano) with a programme to include Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky and Britten. Read more.

portcullis_symbol_largeHealthProm highlighted in UK Government Disability and Development Report

“Access to community-based rehabilitation and care services can also save children from being placed in institutions, which, as evidence from Lumos highlighted, can have devastating consequences for their safety and long-term psychological well-being.

“DFID is already taking some welcome steps to help treat or prevent the conditions that cause disability. This includes: Rehabilitation: funding a diverse range of programmes, HealthProm (early years care for a variety of disabilities, in order to reduce institutionalisation).” Read the full report here.