At least 6 out of 10 India’s working population have poor muscle health and low protein scores. To help positively change attitudes and practices around food intake and to encourage… Read More
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A New Global Survey from Arogya World Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action Explores Impact of NCDs on Women NEW YORK, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Arogya World, with partner organizations from multiple… Read More
Press Release Bangalore, November 12, 2013: Nine companies based in India have received recognition for their workplace wellness initiatives with new Healthy Workplace awards from Arogya World, a global… Read More
For immediate release Media Contact: Thea Joselow email@example.com/(301)332-1332 Arogya World Reaches One Million in India, Fulfills mDiabetes Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action Nationwide… Read More
For immediate release Media Contact: Thea Joselow firstname.lastname@example.org/(301)332-1332 Arogya World Aims to Recognize 100 “Healthy Workplaces” in India Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action… Read More
Bangalore, 20 March 2013. Arogya World and Nokia India today reported that they have enrolled one million people into mDiabetes, the groundbreaking diabetes prevention mHealth initiative in India. As part of mDiabetes, an ongoing Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Commitment and one of the first and largest programs of its kind in the world, alerts have been sent in 12 regional languages, informing Nokia mobile phone users in India about diabetes and its prevention with lifestyle changes.
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.
Arogya World announced today a major diabetes prevention mobile health (mHealth) commitment in India, during the 2011 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting. This initiative, being implemented in association with Nokia, aims to reach one million consumers in rural and urban India over two years, and will raise awareness about diabetes and its prevention through text messages in multiple languages.
September 19, 2011, New York. Today, as world leaders gather at the United Nations for a historic health-focused summit to plan the world’s response to the growing burden of non-communicable… Read More
11 Nov 10, New Delhi: Arogya World launched the framework for its Healthy Schools* and Healthy Workplace** ‘Seal of Approval’ in New Delhi this morning, to mark World Diabetes Day,… Read More