Young India Network is a youth (14-30 years) driven network for the prevention of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and its risk factors, formed with a vision of having a meaningful involvement of youth and People Living With NCDs in the advocacy of health agenda in India with a primary focus on alcohol and drug use as major risk factors for both communicable and NCDs. It aims to contribute in achieving the Goal 3 of Sustainable Development Goals,ensuring healthy lives .
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Mincy Lakhmani recalls her experience with Nada Team as volunteer...
Mincy Lakhmani,,,,,, Awesome volunteer and committed Health Advocate
“I have been fortunate enough to volunteer at
NADA INDIA FOUNDATION and this
experience really stood out as one of the best! The variety of the projects was
a real plus point for me as I got to know different issues in area of health
among variety of groups. Working out with Mr.Aflilaash at different
de-addiction centers and with Mr.DevenderJoti at DRUG USE & HOMELESS:PEER
COUNSELLOR facilitating GROUP,which was wonderful. What I most appreciated was
how friendly and open the people were during the sessions.
research methodology at YOUNG INDIA NETWORK FOR GOOD HEALTH on HEALTH NEEDS was
a great experience.Finally, I can say I got the practical exposure of what I’ve
learned from textbooks. Preparing questionnaire and taking surveys was
challenging yet successful under guidance of Mr.SuneelVatsyayan, a special mention has to go to him ,he was so patient and
welcoming. And most importantly, a great mentor!”
Smoking impairs lung function making it harder for the body to fight off coronaviruses and other respiratory diseases. Available research suggests that smokers are at higher risk of developing severe COVID-19 outcomes and death. Find out more here.
To commemorate "World No Tobacco Day", Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith organised a discussion on "Engaging Young People to New Emerging Tobacco Threats" in association with Nada India Foundation and National Association of Professional Social Workers of India (NAPSWI) on 1st June 2020 at 1:00 p.m. The session brought together both the youth as well as the experienced minds from the cities of Delhi and Varanasi to discuss the emerging threats from tobacco especially to the younger population. While Vice Chancellor Prof. T.N . called upon the individuals to do their parts and not rely entirely upon the Government saying "samaj se sashan hai, sashan se samaj nahi" (society creates the government, government doesn't create the society), Dr. Banshi Dhar Pandey and Student Health Volunteer Navjeet Chakravorty elaborated upon the work done till now to make the university campus Tobacco-free and Healthy . With the intention of providing a safe spa
NAPWI Conversation Series National Association of Professional Social Workers in India (NAPSWI) presents NAPSWI Conversation series on Social Work after COVID Pandemic (A futuristic perspective) Engaging Students in Building up A Healthy Campus : A Futuristic perspective Prof T.N.Singh, VC, MG Kashi Vidya Peeth in conversation with Mr Suneel Vatsyayan , Nada India Foundation Posted by National Association of Professional Social Workers in India on Friday, 29 May 2020