The paper aims to collect commentary from healthcare professionals, practitioners, advocates, and spokespeople on the position of their organization (or their own, if independent advocates) on the urgency of advancing the conversation on climate-related public health under the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COPs). The paper aims to influence policymaking at the United Nations and among member states: it will be published online and distributed through partner organizations’ networks and media.
Globally, the effect and burden due to climate change is distributed unequally and often unpredictably. Urban cities, due to their economic and social advancement, face a high risk due to the variability and unpredictability of changing climate. Anthropogenic activities have increased the global average temperature by more than half since 1950’s1 and it is predicted that global mean temperature will rise by 5.5oC by the end of this century.
Leveraging Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) As A Tool For Sustainable Public Health Development
The concept of incorporating socially driven perspectives aligned with business development arose from the core principle that companies which acquire material and resources from society must be obligated to give something back in exchange.
Reclaiming India's Public health:
A Policy Framework to champion India’s Healthcare Trajectory.
Developing cascading risk scenarios for complex disasters Pathways to manage risk and protect people
The Asia and the Pacific region facing an increasing complex and expanding disaster riskscape. Each year, people in the region suffer from various climate hazards such as floods, droughts, tropical cyclones, and heat waves.
Reports & Survey
Hand Book On Road Safety
An Initiative of CHD Group, India Country Office &
Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Government of India
CHD Group Corona Report
India has faced her toughest times since World War II and while everyone was staying safe at the homes, CHD Group teams were on the ground reaching door-to-door in providing safety protective gears, giving nutritious dry food ration.
Karnataka Mental Health Report-2019
Mental health is fundamental to well-being, healthy living and human sustainability. The times we live in, add considerable strain on the outcomes of mental health. The number of health workers we have, the kind of spending we do, the manner in which state and non-state actors collaborate paints a very sorry picture and calls for a global emergency in addressing the burden.
Financial Manual For NGOs in India
It is important for any organisation – whether “For Profit” or “Not for Profit” to maintain
books of accounts because it helps organisations to record all their financial
transactions in a systematic and disciplined manner
COVID19 Lockdown India National Assessment Survey
COVID-19 lockdown has adversely affected India’s economy, health and quality of life. COVID-19 has brought most of India’s major urban cities – including Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Hyderabad – to an indefinite standstill. We conducted this national assessment survey in order to identify the various economic and healthrelated challenges faced by the urban population as well as their perceptions of the lockdown.
Vector Borne Diseases
Vector borne diseases have been a major source of problem across India and also among the major diseases which heavily impact the economy and lead to loss of work days.
Cyclone Fani Report
CHD Group organized multi-specialty medical missions to boost healthcare in the region of
Puri, Odisha along with partners SEEDS and All India Institute of Medical Sciences,