Philanthropy plays an important role in medical research, often providing support for the crucial, innovative projects not supported by government.
Take a look below at our current philanthropic to choose from.
The road traffic injuries are increasing rapidly among adolescents and is the 4th leading cause of death among children in age group 5-14 years. Children from poor families are particularly vulnerable to road traffic injury; when tragedy strikes, they suffer severe and often protracted effects, which can lock them and their families into a cycle of poverty.
Government and non-government sectors in India and across the globe are working to tackle the increasing burden of chronic diseases. Mental illness is one such area in need of urgent attention, which imposes a substantial burden on individuals and their loved ones, employers, governments, and society as a whole
Lifestyle diseases develop silently through our unconscious habits and behavior affecting our physical health and well-being in the long run. One such habit is eating high SALT in our daily diet. This behavior contributes to raised blood pressure in children and young adults alike. In the long run, it causes chronic diseases that would have been easily prevented had we taken a simple health message seriously, 'Take no more than 5 grams of salt a day'
SMART Health India is a unique low-cost, high-quality healthcare delivery system. It has been developed by George Institute researchers in India, Australia and the UK, and enables both community health workers and doctors to provide state-of-the-art healthcare for common chronic diseases for a fraction of the price it would otherwise cost.