Despite a whole lot of advancement in addressing issues related to various communicable diseases, people of India still suffer from all kind of fatal ailments, especially those spread by unhygienic living conditions. Blame it on the changing lifestyles of people, or on the rapid unbanisation, pressure on land and other limited resources (water, clean air etc.) 21% of the global disease burden is currently borne by India. Preventable illnesses and premature deaths make India lose about 6% of its GDP, every year.
It is our firm belief that the health and social-economic development go hand-in-hand. Therefore our programmes cover various aspects of preventive, remedial and rehabilitative healthcare.
HCWA runs all manner of programmes for targets at: