a) to create awareness that heart disease can be prevented before it requires breakthrough treatment, through healthy habits that help in controllable risk factors like maintaining a healthy weight, engaging in physical activity, and following a heart-healthy diet. About all the causes and factors which could prevent heart disease in general. Small changes can make a big difference, which is why awareness is so crucial. Through SUGYAAN™, our team is working diligently to get the word out. Simple messages and simple steps work: know your risk, change your diet, and increase your activity level.
To promote awareness among the community, we have the following activities throughout the year.
b) Create awareness among the community regarding congenital heart diseases, early symptoms so that the children are identified early through echocardiography screening and saved by early treatment.
We organise awareness sessions with frontline workers like ASHA, Anganwadi to equip them with knowledge for early referral
Research data shows that four people die of heart attacks every minute in our country.
The striking points are:
The age group is between 30 to 50 years.
25%of heart attack occurs in people less than 40 years.
900 people under the age of 30 years die of heart attack every day in India.
How We Work
Sessions at Corporate offices for their employees, at Resident Welfare associations, Educational institutions
Celebration of World Heart Day on 29th September every year. As the primary purpose of this day is to increase awareness regarding heart health in the common public.
Creating buzz through our social media posts, tweets, hashtags on Instagram posts which rapidly share the significance of the day to a wider audience. Organizing events which include our signature Play in February
Participating in Airtel Delhi Half Marathon every year
Dressing in Red on public events which signifies Heart for awareness
We organize musical events and partner with other organisations for promoting such awareness activities
IMPACT- Reached more than 500000 people through awareness programs