Non-Communicable Disease Lifestyle Health Promotion
Cambodia’s development trends are moving toward lifestyle and food consumption changes which are leading to increased risks for Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), including in rural areas.
Learning to ‘Live More Abundantly’
Now, I do not spend much money to treat my illness. I know how to take care of myself with high blood pressure. ADRA has changed the behaviours of my husband and I regarding hypertension, heart disease and diabetes.
Working to Reduce Malnutrition Rates in Laos
“I want to see women and children receive more care and support from their families. I want them to have access to good nutrition, healthcare, and information. These things may not make them rich, but they will have good health”
HEROS as Change Agents in the Tea Communities
Hand washing has been considered a world-changing innovation in public health, capable of significantly reducing disease burden globally.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Interventions in India
The United Nation marks 19th November as ‘World Toilet Day’ annually to raise awareness about access to safe and hygienic toilets and the human costs of unsafe sanitation.
ADRA Ramps Up Relief Efforts for India’s Mounting COVID-19 Health Crisis
The Humanitarian Agency is Donating Critical Oxygen Generating Equipment to Help Coronavirus Patients
ADRAs Birds and Bees Project to Help Children in India Make Smart Choices about Health and Life Skills
Bike Rally coordinated to push awareness about youth educational program
Marjia has Restored her Social Dignity
In the rural areas of Bangladesh, women are deprived of social dignity, especially, who are illiterate. Many women are struggling to achieve their dignity and social status.
Timor-Leste in 1975 I fled the village and ran into the forest because of the war. When I was fleeing, my leg was wounded and had to be cut off.