New Delhi, March 14
Monika Ingudam, National Ambassador of India Volunteers Mission of, IVN launched Campaign #VOLUNTEER4HEALTH together with Tech Mahindra SMART Academy for Healthcare, GURUKUL, Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi TB Association and members from CSOs at Harijan Sevak Sangh, Gandhi Ashram, New Delhi on March 11.
About the Campaign
#Volunteer4Health – An Initiative for securing a sustainable future in Health & Care
Volunteer4Health is an initiative by IVN members constituting a group of NGOs/Trusts, to Identify, Integrate & Intensify the volunteer Power of Delhi towards sustainable engagement in 3D (Disease, Development & Disaster) aspects of Health & Healthcare opportunities. This initiative envisions bringing 33 organisations from 11 districts of Delhi, who are working in the Health sector or are interested to explore opportunities in Disease, Development & Disaster aspects of health and its care.
The agenda aims to connect 330 volunteer on roster from Delhi urban communities through identified NGOs to work together towards family based health care solutions, disease solutions, disaster preparedness, disaster response, livelihood skill, adequate knowledge and hands on practice to drive the change.
Volunteering with this mission will provide leadership to the organization and the volunteer in Health sector. The roster of skilled volunteers available will get engaged in different initiatives taken up in the urban community to support and supplement the efforts of Government, Corporate, Civil society, Academia and philanthropist in promoting health resilience programs.
This initiative is being supported by likeminded voluntary organizations and volunteers, who are Committed with their experience and expertise to serve the list mile communities.