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This is in essence, looking to women, adolescents & senior citizens as change agents. Organizations can be based within communities, but Nada India Foundation ensures that its programs are owned by the communities that they serve. Nada India Foundation relies on communities to set the agenda for programming. Through needs assessments that are conducted by community members and the employment of local residents as peer educators, Nada India Foundation is motivated not by what we think might be best for the community but by what community members say is best for themselves. Nada India Foundation also serves to support communities so that they can actuate their own process of change once they have identified what changes they seek. Nada India works with different people in many age ranges but focuses its work on women and adolescents. While these two groups are often ignored, they are some of the most powerful members of a community and an untapped resource as community organizers and mobilizers. Women determine the course of families. Young people determine the course of whole generations. When these groups are neglected, the future of a community is greatly impacted, but when these groups feel empowered, healthy change can happen on many levels.
Nada adopts a capacity building framework that addresses three integrated and reinforcing components: individual/workforce, organizational, and systems. Nada works with people effected and affected by NCDs and its risk factors to enhance their capacity. Nada India offers training programs in the following areas ? Counseling for health promotion & NCD control ? Patient & care giver engagement for ?Good health &Care?? Engaging young people for social policy measures ? Social work to Social entrepreneurship For training/workshop and internships: email@example.com
Nada India trains and provides technical assistance in setting up peer based health promotion activities and NADA Acudetox services in diverse settings like correction institutions, peer led rehabilitation programs, uniformed services, drug treatment, rehabilitation and drop in centers, ?Patient to People engagement? program ,Productivity Enhancement Program in the countries of South Asia.
Prevention and control of Non communicable diseases & Risk factors
Prevention and control of Non communicable diseases & Risk factors The adverse physical, mental health, social, environmental and economic consequences of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) affect all, particularly the poor and vulnerable populations. Nada India has been working on prevention of NCDs with a focus on alcohol and tobacco use at primary and secondary levels by using treatment readiness, peer based approach and capacity building of peer led rehabilitation centers.Nada Peer education initiatives and approaches adopted as a model for promoting prevention of NCDs (heart disease, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases) and education of risk factors for those considered ?hard to reach,? such as young people, women and alcohol users.Nada Peer education program aims to meet the need to engage patient before they accept this new identity of ?patient? and promote informed choices among people effected and affected by NCD risk factors (tobacco use, unhealthy diet, insufficient physical activity and the harmful use of alcohol &stress).Raise awareness Campaign focuses on schools, colleges, slums, rural communities, and civil societies to generate awareness and promote right based media& consumer literacy among adolescents, youth and women. Need has been identified to overcome the stigma and blame associated with NCDs and its related risk factors in order to empower and ensure the entitlement of the people effected and affected by NCDs to assert their right to health?Nada India as a governing board member of the Healthy India Alliance sees it as an opportunity to build partnerships for strengthening systems related to alcohol prevention, treatment and rehabilitation in India
he Women?s Leadership Institute for Family Empowerment (W-LIFE)
The Women?s Leadership Institute for Family Empowerment (W-LIFE) is a multi-facility project working to empower women who find themselves in a moment of crisis due to HIV infection, substance abuse, domestic violence, poverty, disaster, or other forms of trauma. An outpatient/drop-in facility in Delhi addressing women?s health needs including those contemplating treatment and those seeking on-going support. The OPD center has ear acupuncture based detoxification and referral facilities as well as aftercare, vocational services, and family therapy.