On the occasion of World Health Day 2023, SAAOL (Science and Art of Living) Trust signed a collaboration with the NCR-based M3M Foundation and CHC, Government of Haryana to spread heart care awareness under the project “Beat Heart Disease”.
Dr. Payal Kanodia, Trustee-M3M Foundation, Gurugram, signed the MoU for a donation of Rs 2.34 Crore, in an endeavor to support the “Beat Heart Disease” project. Dr. D Solanki signed the MoU on behalf of Govt. of Haryana. Dr. Rajarishi Bhattacharya – Chief Advisor signed this MOU on behalf of SAAOL Trust in presence of Dr. Bimal Chhajer.
The main aim of this conglomeration is to create a sustainable and healthy society by spreading awareness about lifestyle diseases.
Dr. Bimal Chhajer, the noted Heartcare and Lifestyle Expert, and Chairperson of SAAOL Trust, on the occasion of World Health day while signing the collaboration, said “The diseases caused by infection has been controlled mostly by the modern medicines and vaccinations. Smallpox, Polio have been eliminated, Covid is also contained – but the incidence of Lifestyle Diseases, especially heart disease, Diabetes, high BP have been growing ever since. All of these being Chronic diseases, the healthcare burden to control these diseases are enormous. Moreover, the cost of complications of these diseases and the emergency treatment (of heart attack, Stroke, Kidney failure) are exorbitant if these diseases are not controlled. The cheapest and the best solution to control and cure these diseases are getting the population at large, and specially the vulnerable population educated on healthcare, Yoga, exercises, diet modification. SAAOL’s aim is to educate 50-70 crore of Indian population on diet, yoga, exercises and tips to prevent heart disease. We are looking forward for more such partnerships for support of this massive project of Beat the heart disease’ and spread it to every Indian.”
“Beat Heart Disease” is taking a giant leap with M3M Foundation to enlighten the community members about their physical health and lifestyle-related issues and update them on different health parameters. The total cost of the project is 2 crore and 34 lakhs per year which will be utilized to conduct health camps around Tauru Block of Nuh District, Haryana, India over a span of 3 years.
The program “Sarvoday” will organize 48-50 Health Camps focused on lifestyle diseases especially heart diseases in Tauru block and other blocks of Nuh district, Haryana. Free Health Screening will be conducted for more than 12500 community members identified with CHC through its industry partner’s detailed health screening package and will deploy The Health Screening Van and the experts in the area to do the needful activities.
The program will spread awareness about lifestyle diseases across the community and empower them with knowledge of vaccines to assist community members in lifestyle modification to endure a healthy life with the help of the Foundation and CHC.
This will also include training 300 qualified youth as Healthcare workers with the support of “Healthians” and providing them the Livelihood Opportunities as a phlebotomist, as per the set parameters.