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Asha observes the World Hypertension Day

Asha observes the World Hypertension Day

Due to the urban lifestyle and lack of awareness, the slum dwellers are also being affected by lifestyle illnesses such as Diabetes and Hypertension. In order to strengthen our program on Hypertension and Diabetes, this week, the Asha slum communities conducted special Screening Camps at the slum centres. Rallies were…
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Celebration of Mother’s Day at Asha slums

Celebration of Mother’s Day at Asha slums

To all the women who provide motherly love and warmth, we at Asha had joined hands to celebrate this special day. All the Asha slum communities organized an exclusive event to express their love for mothers, grandmothers and all the special women in their lives. The Asha’s Bal Mandal (Children’s…
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Riding For A Reason

Riding For A Reason

A long-time Asha supporter- Simon Chegwyn is all pumped up to ride his motorcycle for the cause of Asha once again. Simon is expected to formally start his journey from May 5, that will be followed by a ride on his 250cc motorcycle from Alaska ultimately to the tail of…
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Abha: Redefining the success

Abha: Redefining the success

Nineteen years old Abha is a bright and confident girl who aspires to be a journalist. She resides in Asha’s Punjabi Bagh Slum Community with her parents and two siblings. Her father works as a multitasker daily wage labour at shoemaking company. He manages to fetch INR 8000 ($ 114.77/ £ 88.37)…
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Psycho-Social Clinics in Asha Slum Communities

Psycho-Social Clinics in Asha Slum Communities

Slums dwellers usually suffer from insecurity and poorer access to basic services. Thus, they are at high risk of having a common mental disorder like depression, anxiety, psychosomatic problems. They are also prone to various addiction.  Most of them are not even aware of their mental condition and do not…
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