Raise Awareness.

    We conceptualize and run campaigns to build awareness.


    Gather Support.

    We gather consensus in the form of partnership, agreement, volunteers, & donations.


    Enhance Capability.

    At NIF, we empower people where people are at.


    Facilitate a Change.

    We then become part of the change.


     #wellnesssocialwork Campaign jointly run by Nada India & NAPSWI

    Nada India has been organizing workshops on Strengthening Leadership and  Social work intervention for the Prevention and Control of NCDs and its cross cutting risk factors Nada has been working with the National Association of professional Social Workers in India (NAPSWI) and NISD since 2016 for NCD capacity-building in Delhi (NCR),Punjab,H.P., Jammu, Kerala, Rajasthan, U.P., Chhattisgarh Utterakhand,  Puducherry and & Maharashtra. We look forward to continued partnership with NAPSWI ,Civil Societies and Departments of Social work,  to strengthen capacity-building and healthy campus a reality at National level.....  #covid19 

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    #Rehabilitate 500 Drug/NCD affected families in #Delhi NCR  #DrugFreeIndia  #HealthForAll

    At the age of 17 years, Mahesh has given up his schooling to work as a salesman. Alcohol violence in the family is forcing a lot of children & women to join work force or suffer. We target to sensitize  500 women & children about the issue of substance use and NCDs & encourage them to continue their education and support. The harmful use of alcohol & drug brings significant social and economic losses to individuals and family at large. Globally, 155 million 15 to 19 year olds consume alcohol. Alcohol use in adolescents is associated with negative effects on the brain, gut and circulatory system as well as increasing sexual risk-taking behavior,  mental health disorders, and injuries and violence.Burden Report 2019 .Moreover, discrimination from society leads to isolation of families affected by alcohol /drug use violence .

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    Training & Tech Assistance

    Nada contributes through information sharing & skill building to the work of government initiatives,NGOs, corporate agencies,  educational institutions, students, and the general public.

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    Nada India is an affiliate of  The World Continuing Education Alliance.The training is available from the USA and is accredited by the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP).

    Vidya Lead Academy


    Nada India researches many areas including the efficacy of auricular acupuncture in diverse treatment settings. Further NIF conducts research in areas such as child rights, NCDs,substance abuse, adolescent health etc.

    || Areas of Focus

    Community Mobilization

    Holistic Health Care

    Grow in your understanding about addiction including the warning signs, intervention ideas and prevention strategies.  Learn why and how youth use substances and explore resources to teach students about the life-long effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Purchase courses for your employees and volunteers call us 9810594544

    Life Skill & Vocational Education

    Alcohol and NCD

    Impact :Nada NCD Prevention Network

    Nada India has great experience in peer-led approaches to rehabilitation and psychosocial support and youth empowerment. It led the field activities and peer-led advocacy, while its volunteers and peer educators designed the projects that were implementedLESSONS LEARNED Peer-based patient and caregiver groups can play a crucial role in prevention by way of social behaviour change and communication in partnership with the state health system. The participation and engagement of caregivers, relatives and people affected by cancer, alcohol and tobacco are also vital as these people play a key role as advocates.

    Nada India attended Our Views Our Voices Training workshop in Geneva, Switzerland.

    Achieving the national Non-Communicable Disease (NCDs) targets, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Universal Health Coverage (UHC) calls for the adoption of a ‘Whole-of-Society’ (WoS) approach. Meaningful involvement of key stakeholders and constituencies, including individuals, families and communities, civil society, academia, People Living With NCDs (PLWNCDs) and youth, in NCD prevention and control, is a key strategy for a WoS approach. Identifying common priorities and pathways for these stakeholders to work synergistically is essential to amplify exiting efforts, both at the national and sub-national levels.

    Acudetox & NCDs Training @SriAurobindo Society, Pondicherry

    Svarnim Puducherry, a holistic development project of Sri Aurobindo Society, as a part of their health initiatives organized a Workshop on De-addiction and Wellbeing on July 7 and 8, 2019. The workshop was based on the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association’s (NADA) Protocol, which comprises ear acupuncture for addiction, stress and trauma. The applicants selected included a group of 35 medical and paramedical professionals and interested candidates, who wholehearted and keenly participated in the programme.

    Healthy School...Sanjeeb Nada Imphal Nada India Imphal Manipur

    NCD prevention workshop @KMC DU 

    "My Community and I" Training at KMC Delhi University

    #NAPSWI Nada Wellness Campaign  @Sankrit University Kalady, Kerala

    Nada India celebrates World Health Day 19

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    Jyotsna Roy Nada volunteer at WHO’s Walk the Talk event on May 19, 2019.

    During the 2019 World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, Global Health Council provided several patient champions with the opportunity to share their stories, and contribute to discussions around universal health coverage (UHC). Following the Assembly, we sat down with each patient champion to get their thoughts on WHA. Hear from our patient champion Jyotsna Roy who volunteers with the Nada India Foundation. Nada India has been creating the spaces & nurturing diverse networks of community-based initiatives amongst the marginal and most at-risk populations in the urban and rural. Through its capacity building work Nada India has enabled the vulnerable adolescents & youth to make choices for healthy ways of living. Nada India has also included in its programmes senior citizens and women from the “urban villages”. Gender equity is a strategic objective of Nada India in its vision for a Gender Equal and Just society. Additionally, Nada India works under the framework of the Convention of the Rights of Children, CRC, with children, adolescents and PLWNCDs through the Young India Network for Good Health.

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    Young India Network @PHCC Andhra

    Send your entries [email protected] #WNTD2020 "Engaging Young People to New Emerging Tobacco Threats" discussion was organised by Kashi VidyaPeeth in association with Nada India Foundation #TobaccoExposed

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    Nada India always welcomes both national and international volunteers & Interns and offers a placement program in which to best suit the needs of its volunteers and its programming. NIF also welcomes donations - in cash or kind. Nada India Foundation is a registered NGO. All donations to Nada India are exempted from tax under section 80G of the Indian Income Tax Act.. Join Delhi Marathon 2020

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    About Us

    Nada India has been creating the spaces and nurturing diverse networks of community-based  initiatives amongst the marginal and most at risk populations in the urban contexts of the  metros as well as in the tier two and three towns. Though its capacity building work Nada India  has enabled the vulnerable youth, male and female and the adolescents as well to make  choices for healthy ways of living. Nada India has also included in its programmes senior citizens and women from the “urban villages” in the areas of the National Capital  Region. Gender equity is a strategic objective of Nada India in its vision for a Gender Equal and  Just society. Additionally, Nada India works under the framework of the Convention of the Rights of Children, CRC, with male and female children and adolescents through the Young India Network for Good Health. 

    Gain access to Continuing Education packages covering Healthcare, Business and Teaching, Nada India is an affiliate of  The World Continuing Education Alliance.The training is available from the USA and is accredited by the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP).. Read more about Vidya Lead Academy has moved from an offline capacity-building program to a full-fledged online academy facilitating thousands of young people to a healthier lifestyle Vidya Lead Academy

    Nada India advocates for balanced and healthy public policies to prevent, control non-communicable diseases and promotes child friendly, gender sensitive and drug free healthy life style. Nada India has been working with multidisciplinary teams and diverse expert networks like Healthy India Alliance ,Young India Network for Good Health, National Association of Professional Social Workers in India, NCD Alliance, World Federation Against Drugs and Global Health Council and Movendi International. This approach has facilitated wider outreach in the field and advocacy platforms for policy recommendations.


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    Capacity Building : NCD Counsellor Training 

    NCD Counsellor (Non Communicable Disease) are supposed to help people prevent and help  to cope with a number of NCDs & risk factors such as alcohol use, tobacco use, obesity, Diabetes,Cancer ,High blood pressure and Mental health. The NCD counsellors and Peer counsellors are also taught to place ear pressure beads on community members. Nada team has been trained by NISD (MSJ&E) in collaboration with NCERTNada India has been engaging more grassroots CSOs working in the field of Women, Child & Youth welfare ,Health Advocates, schools ,colleges, Patient champions & Care giver groups ,Homeless and peer led alcohol rehabilitation groups to build joint advocacy campaigns.