Kyuri Lee is currently a senior majoring in Human Biology, Health, and Society and minoring in Global Health at Cornell University. I started off my internship experience with Arogya World by… Read More
Cervical cancer kills an estimated 275,000 women every year, 85 percent of whom are in developing countries. The link between HIV and cervical cancer is direct and deadly; HIV-infected women who are also infected with specific types of human papilloma virus (HPV) are 4-5 times more susceptible to cervical cancer than HIV-negative women.
by Nikhil D. Patil In honor of World Cancer Day, 2013, I wanted to share my own story of cancer survivorship. To read Part I of my story, please click… Read More
Arogya World’s work to change the course of non-communicable diseases embraces sound science and effective strategies to realize behavior change. We are pleased to present this post by by Ann Jimerson, Senior Specialist in Behavior Change at Alive & Thrive, FHI 360.
We know that women’s health and empowerment are the key to global health and development, as well as a cornerstone in the fight against NCDs. This blog post and video by Janet Fleischman and Julia Nagel of CSIS underscores this connection.
In countries whose health systems do rely heavily on aid, more disease-specific aid is not the answer – they need more fundamental support to establish a functioning health system, focused on training health workers, primary care, basic surveillance and access to medicines.
2012 has been an exciting year for Arogya World and the NCD community. We are pleased that the world is waking up to the enormous threat that non-communicable diseases, including heart disease, cancer, diabetes and chronic lung diseases pose. We are also proud of the great strides that Arogya World has made.
In honor of Movember and to advocate for testicular cancer prevention, Arogya World Fellow, Nikhil Patil, shares his own story of cancer survivorship. “Movember” is a global advocacy month where men grow mustaches to educate others about important men’s health issues.
By Chelsea White, Arogya World Advocacy Intern Employer – sponsored programs support employees in developing and sustaining behaviors that reduce health risks and increase personal effectiveness – saving employers money… Read More
In a pioneering public health effort, Arogya World, a US-based non-profit organization with a domestic presence in Bangalore, today unveiled new Healthy Workplace Criteria as the first step of its Healthy Workplace program. Jointly developed by Arogya World and the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), after intense deliberations and prior multi-stakeholder consultations with the IT sector, allied organizations and medical experts at a Bangalore workshop organized by Arogya World in February 2012 – these criteria will promote workplace wellness, help reduce the burden of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), and offer companies a competitive edge via increased talent retention and higher productivity.