The growing prevalence of Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) among the young population of India, lack of awareness around the prevention and treatment of such NCDs has been brought to our attention and through our work, we have identified a need for early behavioural intervention in the youth which would help in delaying this process of acquiring an NCD or even completely prevent it. The key drivers of NCDs in children are unhealthy diet, obesity, physical inactivity, alcohol and tobacco use. Three in every four adolescents are not getting enough exercise and 42 million children are considered obese worldwide. These contribute to increases in the prevalence of type 2 diabetes in youth, high blood pressure and cholesterol.
Training is a strength-based & Peer-led workshops
Young Health Advocate with extra ordinary vision
Young India Network for Good health
Nada India patient champion Jyotsna Roy
Some Excerpts from NAPSWI 2019 Strategic Review
Nada India has been organizing workshops on Strengthening Leadership and Social work intervention for the Prevention and Control of NCDs and its cross cutting risk factors. Nada has been working with the National Association of professional Social Workers in India (NAPSWI) and NISD since 2016 for NCD capacity-building in Delhi (NCR),Punjab,H.P., Jammu, Kerala, Rajasthan, U.P., Chhattisgarh Utterakhand, Puducherry and & Maharashtra. We look forward to continued partnership with NAPSWI ,Civil Societies and Departments of Social work, to strengthen capacity-building and healthy campus a reality at National level..... #covid19
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Youth4TobaccofreeIndia is a campaign of Nada Young India Network and Nada India Foundation to stand in support of protecting our environment from vicious Points of Sale of Tobacco Display traps and Designated Smoking Areas to promote the acceptability of Tobacco Products among the youth of the country and destroying the health of Youth and Biodiversity.