This post was written by Kyu-Ri Lee, Arogya World intern. It’s been a pleasure to work with Kyu-Ri, and we congratulate her on her recent graduation from Cornell University. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors. See Arogya World Advocacy and Communications Internships for internship details and application information. As my semester [...]
This article, by Thea Joselow, head of digital and social media at Arogya World, was originally published on May 10, 2013, as a Sponsor’s Feature in the Bupa Partner Zone on the Guardian Sustainable Business website. Read the original here. Reaching one million people with text messages about diabetes, Arogya World is creating a new model for health education [...]
By Mohinder Watson, PhD, a freelance researcher currently undertaking a Masters in Advanced Studies in Public Health at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. In her role as an Arogya World Fellow, Mohinder has authored the accompanying article on the health effects of soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages. Through family deaths from cancer and heart disease, [...]
Kyuri Lee is currently a senior majoring in Human Biology, Health, and Society and minoring in Global Health at Cornell University. In my recent work as an intern at Arogya World, I’ve been studying the alarming numbers and facts about NCDs worldwide and more specifically for India. Now I want to bring it closer to [...]
Guest author Ebele Mogo, President of the Engage Africa Foundation, writes that non-communicable diseases not only cost the developing world trillions in dollars every year but also undermine all the great strides that have been made in fighting diseases, strengthening the health system and alleviating poverty.