Who We Are
NCDs are among the biggest health and development challenges of the century. Today, two out of three deaths are due to NCDs and 80% of the deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. According to the World Economic Forum, the cumulative economic burden of NCDs (including mental health) will be a staggering $47 trillion globally by 2030.
Leveraging Global Platforms
We leverage strong science, medical and non-medical expertise, public-private partnerships and modern technology to make a measurable impact on public health. Arogya World is becoming known in the global health community for championing NCD prevention, for bold goals and a results-driven approach, for using mobile technology to improve health outcomes, and for engaging with leaders and individuals alike in the fight against NCDs.
Arogya World has made and fulfilled multiple Clinton Global Initiative Commitments. We have also made a commitment to the United Nations’ Every Woman Every Child initiative. We are a member of the NCD Alliance and participate actively in the Taskforce on Women & NCDs. We are pleased to be able to leverage these global platforms to make a genuine difference on the ground, improving the health and lives of people in India and beyond. We have received recognition of some of these efforts, including being named a finalist for the 2014 Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation.
Our Work in India
Arogya World is a U.S.-based 501(c)3 organization committed to changing the course of chronic disease, one community at a time. To further advance this work, Arogya World India Trust was established in Bangalore, India in 2012.
Our India-based programs are building a chronic disease prevention model for the developing world. Through programs such as mDiabetes, Healthy Schools and Healthy Workplaces, we are educating and empowering people to take definitive steps towards leading healthier lives.