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The role of youth in combating NCDs prevention....Arunesh The Peace Gong

The session started with accu-detoxing it was one's first experience. He felt great as his mind was so calm and composed,  he got time to think about the various things going in his mind one by one. Everyone shared their experience and the session was addressed by many doctors, patient champions, young volunteers associated with the field  and a few people who fought addiction and overcame the same.! It was a learning experience to every stakeholder.
The  presentations of three doctors at the event, Dr. Ajay Vats, chair person of Indian Association of Acupuncture Detoxification Specialists [IAADS], Dr, Arindam Sinha, NADA Acupuncture Detoxification specialist and Dr. Bharat Bhushan, vice president , Federation of NGOs for Drug Abuse Prevention [FINGODAP] helped one to understand the issues involved in NCDs. They shared data and told how Addiction is emerging as one of the most harming NCDs and the steps that should be taken in order to make the society addiction-free.
With their hel…

'Advocacy for Good Health' (AGH) campaign with a call “From ME to MY Community’s Health”

Nada India proposes to launch the 'Advocacy forGood Health' (AGH) campaignwith a call “From ME to MY Community’s Health” (FM2MCH) as a follow up of the Young India Network workshop on capacity building held on 1st June 2019 in Delhi. The purpose of this campaign is for Youth Advocates and Peer Leaders to understand the risk factors and the stigma and discrimination faced either by People Living with NCDs or those caring for People Living with NCDs.

The “From ME to MY Community’s Health” (FM2MCH) training workshop is peer-led. The Aim is to create a network of confident and compelling young people as health advocates who will have an understanding and skills sets to build a powerful narrative around KEY aspects of Good Health and will be proactive and responsive at community levels.
Training Workshop “From ME to MY Community’s Health” (FM2MCH) will offer principles of Advocacy and specific health advocacy skills combined with enhanced knowledge on NCDs and ways to meaningfully in…

NAPSWI Wellness Campaign : Social inclusion of Alcohol & Drug users @ 6th Indian Social work Congress

A Q&A session on 'social inclusion of alcohol & drug using population and people living with NCDs' was conductedwith more than 100 amazing young students of Social Work and NAPSWI members by Suneel Vatsyayan at the 6th Indian Social work Congress. 

The 6th Congress was organised by the National Association of Professional Social Workers in India #NAPSWI and Delhi School of Social Work, University of Delhi. The theme of 6th congress 2018 was “Human Development and Social Inclusion: Imperatives for Social Work Education and Practice”. The session was facilitated by Suneel Vatsyayan, Chairperson, Nada India who is also the governing board member of NAPSWI. Nada India has been partnering with  NAPSWI in Wellness Campaign since 2016. 

The 7th Indian Social Work Congress 2019 is happening in the month of October 2019 with the theme of 'Social Care and Social Wellbeing: Challenges and Opportunities for Social Work Profession’.

We look forward to meeting young social work stu…