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WHO releases first guideline on digital health interventions
By World Health Organization On 17 April 2019
WHO today released new recommendations on 10 ways that countries can use digital health technology, accessible via mobile phones, tablets and computers, to improve people’s health and essential ....
 
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Nestlé India to adopt village under project Vriddhi
By Local Media On 09 April 2019
Strengthening its commitment towards building a healthier society and positively impacting the lives of people in marginalised communities, Nestlé India in collaboration with S M Sehgal Foundat....
 
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IMPAct4Nutrtion convened by UNICEF, Tata Trusts, Sight and Life, CSRBOX, CII, WeCan and NASSCOM Foundation was launched today in New Delhi.
By CSRBOX On 13 March 2019
IMPAct4Nutrition is an opportunity for the private sector to be part of a large initiative that will positively impact the nutritional and health status of India. This is a platform for the private se....
 
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Tech Mahindra Foundation launches an “All Women” SMART Academy for Healthcare in Mumbai
By CSRBOX On 28 February 2019
Tech Mahindra Foundation under its Employability vertical has launched Tech Mahindra SMART Academy for Healthcare in Mumbai. Its third SMART Academy is in association with Auxilium Convent School, Pal....
 
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Recipients of HCL GRANT 2019 Felicitated by Amitabh Kant & Sourav Ganguly
By CSRBOX On 22 February 2019
Mr. Amitabh Kant, CEO, Niti Aayog and Mr. Sourav Ganguly, Former captain of the Indian National Cricket Team felicitated the winners of HCL Grant 2019 at a ceremony held today at HCL Technologies Camp....
 
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Top 10 Healthcare CSR Projects in India in 2018
By CSRBOX On 11 December 2018
The quality of healthcare services in India is alarming. With the annual spending on the sector remains among the lowest globally, it is high time to channel the focus on the poor condition of public ....
 
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2018 Global Nutrition Report reveals malnutrition is unacceptably high and affects every country in the world, but there is also an unprecedented opportunity to end it
By Global Nutrition Report: GNR On 30 November 2018
The world’s most comprehensive report on nutrition highlights the worrying prevalence and universality of malnutrition in all its forms. In its fifth edition, the Global Nutrition Report provid....
 
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New global commitment to primary health care for all at Astana conference
By WHO On 29 October 2018
Countries around the world today agreed to the Declaration of Astana, vowing to strengthen their primary health care systems as an essential step toward achieving universal health coverage. The Declar....
 
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Concerns Raised Over Healthiness Of Major Food & Beverage Companies’ Products
By Access to Nutrition Index On 24 May 2018
Many leading food and drink manufacturers have stepped up efforts to encourage better diets, largely by adopting better policies and publishing more information, according to the 2018 Global Access to....
 
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First-of-its-kind Johnson & Johnson Institute on Wheels Will Address India’s Needs in Surgical Education at the Doorstep
By CSRBOX On 23 March 2018
Shri Dr Harsh Vardhan, Hon’ble Minister of Science & Technology, Government of India, inaugurates the uniquely designed surgical Institute on Wheels slated to travel across 400 tier-I and ti....
 
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Companies spent Rs 28,000 crore towards CSR works in nearly 3 years
By PTI On 12 February 2018
Corporates have spent more than Rs 28,000 crore towards social welfare activities in nearly three years of CSR norms coming into force, latest official data showed. The requirement for certain class ....
 
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Tata Trusts and PATH announce India’s first Impact Lab for Public Health
By PATH On 18 January 2018
Tata Trusts and PATH today announced the establishment of the Tata Trusts-PATH Impact Lab, the first such in India, to support and bring to market innovations for affordable public health solutions to....
 
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Backed by GE Healthcare, the handheld device by UE LifeSciences is a revolutionary cancer detection tech
By The Economic Times On 29 December 2017
For every two women newly diagnosed with breast cancer in India, one will die of it. Comparatively, in the US for every 9 or 10 women newly diagnosed with breast cancer, only one will die of it. Brea....
 
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Ford funds health and sanitation project in India and Mexico
By Autocar Professional On 21 December 2017
American automobile major, Ford Motor Company has announced that it is funding $200,000 (Rs 1.26 crore), for supporting two international social projects that aim to improve health and sanitation cond....
 
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Over half the people pushed into poverty worldwide due to healthcare expenses are from India: WHO report
By The New Indian Express On 15 December 2017
India accounts for over half of the estimated 100 million people pushed into poverty worldwide every year due to out-of-pocket expenses on healthcare, a joint report on universal health coverage by th....
 
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Powering rural healthcare
By The Hindu On 12 December 2017
Around 38 million Indians rely on health facilities without electricity. Without access to regular power supply, numerous life-saving interventions cannot be undertaken. Ground report A study, &lsqu....
 
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Taking healthcare down India interiors’ dusty lanes
By BusinessLine On 12 December 2017
Far from the hustle and bustle of Varanasi, long-winding, tree-lined dirt tracks lead to a health awareness gathering at UP’s Dhaura Hara village. As a town-crier wakes up the somnolent village....
 
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Water,​ ​a​ ​source​ ​of​ ​poverty (Blog)
By CSRBOX On 07 December 2017
I was given a glass of water, semi-brown in colour, the very first sip of which, bombed my taste buds with all the salt and minerals it contained. What if I told you that an average woman in Alampur, ....
 
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UBS pledges bond to help Rajasthan maternal healthcare
By Reuters On 01 December 2017
UBS has today announced what it calls the world’s first healthcare development impact bond, with the aim of reducing mother and infant deaths in Rajasthan. Despite its name, the Maternal and Ne....
 
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Women in smaller states have better access to healthcare, education: Report
By Business Standard On 27 November 2017
Small states occupied six of the top 10 positions on a new gender vulnerability index (GVI) that ranked states by women’s status on education, health, poverty and protection from birth to 18 yea....
 
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