" Nada India started working in India under the leadership of Suneel Vatsyayan a practicing social worker in 2001. The sole objective of the organization was to promote inclusive non-pharmacological approaches and methods like Acudetox, peer counseling for protection and recovery.
Nada India advocates for balanced and healthy public policies to prevent, control non-communicable diseases, child friendly, gender sensitive and drug free healthy life style. "
Project Address Pehchaan : Youth 4 well-being, 25, Jyoti Building, II Floor, Near Govt. Dispensary, Chhattarpur Village, Delhi-110074, India Postal Address : 1073/A-2/ C-2 ward 1 Mehrauli, New Delhi-110030, India Mobile : 09810594544 E-mail : [email protected]
New World Health Organization research shows a strong correlation between rising incomes, alcohol consumption and booze-related deaths in much of AsiaBy ALAN BOYD SYDNEY, OCTOBER 6, 2018Rising incomes are driving up alcohol consumption in much of Asia and the Pacific, with death rates from excessive drinking in Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea and Russia now among […]
Esteemed Sir, Greetings from the Healthy India Alliance!The Healthy India Alliance is a coalition of 13 Indian Multi-disciplinary Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), working collaboratively to strengthen CSO capacity and engagement for Non Communicable Disease (NCD) prevention and control in the country.At the outset, we wish to congratulate the Government of National Capital Territory (NCT) of […]
As Kerala reels under floods, a new report has emerged that Keralites consumed liquor worth over Rs 500 crore in around 10-day period since rain started pouring in the state and caused massive destruction.According to ibtimes report, the Kerala State Beverages Corporation (Bevco) released data stating that the total sale of liquor and beer stood […]
Expressing solidarity with people of Vietnam and supporting comprehensive alcohol policy solutions in open letter to Prime Minister, Health Minister, and National Assembly ChairTo:H.E. Nguyen Xuan Phuc,Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Viet NamH.E. Vu Duc Dam,Deputy Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Viet NamH.E. Nguyen Thi Kim Tien,Minister of HealthH.E. Nguyen Thi […]
“This is no quick fix. There is no band-aid big enough for this life.” ---Daniel Abbott, The ConcreteThe story of an 18-year-old Shubam is a classic example of what is happening to our youth today and an eye-opener for us, especially parents. Shubam was a sincere student and loved by all at home and school. […]
Peer-Led Drug De-Addiction Initiatives in India: An Empowering Journey for an Identity Prepared with the support of Mr. Suneel Vatsyayan, Chairman Nada India Foundation by Alexander Hitch Volunteer, Nada India Foundation April 2014