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‘Improving Accessibility to Safe and Quality Healthcare’

The Aware Consumer, a platform playing a pioneering role in raising awareness about consumer safety and rights, organized a webinar on ‘Improving Accessibility to Safe and Quality Healthcare’.The virtual dialogue was supported by the Patient Safety and Access Initiative of India Foundation (PSAIIF), and the Consumer Online Foundation.The panel discussions further brought about insights on how the challenge in the ... Read More »

Maharashtra Government Officer Inspires 50,000 people to turn barren land Green again!

Devidas Chaudhari, a retired sub-district magistrate from Maharashtra, took up the plantation of native trees in 15 acres of land. The efforts inspired 50,000 people to increase green cover in the area While travelling, the barren and dry patches on the outskirts of Kundalgaon village near Manmad always bothered Devidas Chaudhari, a retired government official. So he decided to change ... Read More »

HHF launches Telemedicine helpline to help flood affected citizens in Hyderabad

With floods engulfing the entire Hyderabad and more than 75 per cent of population vulnerable to outbreak of seasonal diseases, the Helping Hand Foundation (HHF), an NGO from Hyderabad has come forward to serve the healthcare needs of the people. As part of this, the HHF authorities have recently launched telemedicine helpline and providing door to door delivery of medicines ... Read More »

The Law of Wasted Effort !

Do you know that lions only succeed in a quarter of their hunting attempts — which means they fail in 75% of their attempts and succeeds in only 25% of them? Despite this small percentage shared by most predators, they don’t despair in their pursuit and hunting attempts. The main reason for this is not because of hunger as some ... Read More »

A Newspaper that makes the World Greener !

In Japan, one of the most famous national dailies invented a one hundred percent sustainable newspaper. If you plant it, it will bloom! Japan once more demonstrates to be an advanced country. Its latest invention consists in a newspaper made of recycled and vegetable paper that you can plant after you’ve read it. It is called “Green Newspaper” and was ... Read More »

Biomedical Waste Disposal in private hospitals-a Big Challenge?

The biomedical waste disposal has become a big challenge to various private hospitals in Telangana due to rising costs by collecting agencies and reluctance by the sanitary workers to collect biomedical waste from COVID-19 wards. According to D Devanand, chief executive officer (CEO) of a leading corporate hospital in Hyderabad, it is learnt that the biomedical waste collection agencies have ... Read More »

Save Water today, or tomorrow you’ll pay !

It is a common saying that there is power in numbers, which means that if all of us get together and do our small parts in saving water, we will surely be able to do so collectively. While individual acts of saving water can do little, if all of us waste less water, or more judiciously consume water, it will ... Read More »


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Serving the Neglected !

Residents of Rakcham village, in Himachal Pradesh’s Kinnaur district, were happy about finally getting a doctor in October 2019 after months in their local Public Health Centre (PHC). But there were certain reservations.Dr Shilpa Kumar’s genuine efforts to make individual report cards for patients with diabetes and hypertension impressed the villagers, who were neglected till then. She focussed on people ... Read More »

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