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Garden based nutrition education: An experimental approach for learning nutrition education.... Meet Nada India Youth Catalyst

I am a diligent development economics graduate passionate about building an egalitarian society which has provision to quality education and healthcare facilities for all those in need. My past work experience has exposed me to understand the intersectional nature of societies formed because of their unique socio-political-economic backgrounds. Thus while trying to understand the complex nature of societies, my interest area has ranged from ethnography, socio-political ideologies, women and child healthcare, gender roles to government policies and health insurance.  I came across the opportunity to connect with Nada India Foundation (NIF) while recently working on my research paper titled:  “Garden based nutrition education: An experimental approach for learning nutrition education to change adolescent’s eating preferences in India”. The motivation of the paper was to raise awareness on the rising incidence of non-communicable-diseases (NCDs) and develop an early intervention model that…

Young people and noncommunicable diseases – vulnerable to disease, vital for change

Marie Hauerslev1,  Luke Allen2
1 Department of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University, Denmark
2 Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

Youth have a right to health, but that is not adequately reflected in our societies and health systems. In fact, for cancer, diabetes, chronic lung disease, and cardiovascular diseases - so-called noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) - more than two-thirds of preventable adult deaths are associated with behavior that started in adolescence. Many young people are well aware of how drastically NCDs will affect their generation in the current system and have taken the challenge to change the discourse for a healthier global population. Yet, youth voices are often dismissed or tokenized in political conversations. This is despite the many examples of youth making positive change at all levels of society. This paper provides an overview of the challenges and emerging youth-driven actions to address NCDs at local, nation…

#BoysAreChanging .... Engage young people to prevent crime like sexual assaults

#BoysAreChanging As many as 1,614 rapes and 1,456 other sexual assaults were committed by juveniles in the country in 2017, reveal the latest data of the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). Over 40,000 juveniles were caught across the country in 2017 for their alleged involvement in various offences, with 72 per cent of them belonging to the age group from 16 to 18 years. There were 1,614 cases of rape against juveniles in 2017, 1,456 cases of assault on women with intent to outrage their modesty and 46 cases of attempt to rape, among others, the NCRB said.The government had in 2015 passed the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, which provides for the trial of juveniles in the age group of 16 to 18 years as adult if involved in heinous offences.
बलात्कार और हिंसा की घटनाओं ने भारत की छवि को नुकसान पहुंचाया है. Hyderabad Rape Case में एक Veterinary Doctor के साथ सामूहिक बलात्कार कर उसे ज़िंदा जला दिया गया. हालांकि तेलंगाना पुलिस ने वक्त रहते चारों आरोपियों को…

Nada India team was felicitated with Grace India Award 2019 in Delhi

Nada India team was felicitated with Grace India Award 2019 at a seminar on "Women Empowerment & Dr.BR Ambedkar" @Karorimal College of Delhi University on 14th December 19 organised by Grace India Educational Trust and Forum for Democracy & Society.We received the Award on behalf of Nada volunteers and members of Young India Network for Good Health Afilash T. Issac, Prof. T.K. Thomas ji, Ms.Mincy , Jyotsna ji ,Dr.Ajay Vats, Dr.Sagar, Nadeem, Ravichandran, Harish Bhutani ji, Vindhya, Pushpa, Heena, Rish, Riya, Kanika, Gurprit,Mrs.Pratima Singh, Purnima, Ashwray, Ankita Lal, Punit, Abha Narula,Vineet, Danish, Febin,Dr.Sinha,Dr.Doss, Hemant,Subhodh,Saurabh Suman, Ravi Gupta, Bharat Bhushan, Dr.Bharat Bhushan, Deep Group, Bhism Wahi,Nahida, Komal and many more. 
Thanks and Congratulation!!

#UHCDAY Keep The Promise.... 70% of NCDs Adult deaths are linked to risk factors that starts in adolescence

“Seventy percent of the preventable adult deaths from NCDs are linked to risk factors that start in adolescence, providing a key opportunity for prevention.”What are NCDs?Cardiovascular disease (CVD) in children can be congenital or acquired. Globally, 13.9 million children are affected by CVD. Rheumatic heart disease (RHD) is the most common chronic heart disease in children.
Cancer is a leading cause of death for children and adolescents worldwide. Existing data suggests close to 6 million children had cancer in 2017. This may be an underestimate as many countries do not have adequate surveillance systems for childhood cancer.
Chronic respiratory disorders (CRDs), including asthma, respiratory allergies and lung diseases, are a major source of disability in children. More than 108 million children in 2017 were affected by CRDs. Children with CRD often experience high rates of hospitalization.
Diabetes is a condition where the body cannot adequately manage blood glucose or insulin and a…