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Welcome to Arogya World

Arogya World is a global health non-profit organization working mainly in India to prevent NCDs, non-communicable diseases, through health education and lifestyle change. We engage with health leaders as well as individuals to help people around the world lead healthier lives. Our mission is reflected in our very name – Arogya in Sanskrit means to live a life without disease.

NCDs, which include diabetes, heart disease, cancer and chronic lung diseases, are among the biggest health and development challenges of the century. Today, 7 out of 10 deaths are due to NCDs and 80% of the deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries.

According to the WHO, eating a healthy diet, increasing physical activity and avoiding tobacco use can prevent:

  • 80% of premature heart disease
  • 80% of type 2 diabetes cases, and
  • 40% of cancers

Prevention is at the core of our work. India is a major area of focus for us and we do our work in close collaboration with our affiliate, Arogya World India Trust, a separate legal entity.

Learn more about our story

India Philanthropy Alliance Youth Essay Conference

Sat 15, Feb 2020

  The India Philanthropic Alliance is sponsoring a youth essay competition focused on the importance of philanthropy in general, as well as donating to benefit India. The hope is that this will generate many promising new ideas from young people about how to engage young people (and others) in philanthropy, including in effective philanthropy benefiting… Read More

Read Arogya World’s 2019 Annual Report

As Arogya World approaches its 10-year anniversary in 2020, we build upon the great achievements of the past year to propel us to reach our new goals: educate 10 million people in diabetes prevention in India and eliminate the threat of diabetes for 1 million people. Read about the major milestones and accomplishments reached last… Read More

mDiabetes Launches in Five New Indian States

Wed 5, Feb 2020

We have partnered with Ambuja Cement Foundation to launch our mDiabetes program into remote Maharashtra, Gujarat, West Bengal, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. Our aim is to educate 2,00,000 people about diabetes in the next three years.