using human-centered approach and ecosystem partnership
using human-centered approach and ecosystem partnership
The International Institute for Human Development "IIHD", is incorporated on 19th Nov, 2015 under section 7 of the Companies Act, 2013 and rule 8 of the Companies Rules, 2014, Government of India. The unique ID number of IIHD India is DL/2017/0152905 (NITI AYOG-NGO DARPAN).
Committed to Serve for Social Impact
Bring positive and sustainable social impact using a human-centered approach and ecosystem partnership
Helping to design and deliver solutions for social impact using human-centered approach and ecosystem partnership.
Our intent is to partner, engage and empower stakeholders focus primarily on three facets of human life, (a) health (b) education and (c) livelihood.
We offer services in two ways:
(1) 'SolutionNLab': Consulting services to design and deliver solutions for sustainable development.
(2) Social Business: design, build & scale
a. 'MyLifeBuddy' - citizen wellbeing services.
b. 'AppleHills', an integrated centre for child development (health, education & nutrition).
After 15+ years in the industry (Government, NGO, Corporate), we decided to alter direction. Now, we share our passion by helping others. Our ramp up process is designed to empower ecosystem.
During this journey, our target ecosystem partners are Government, NGOs, corporate social responsibility organisations, social-corporate foundations, social enterprises, patient organisations, community or self-help groups.
We are a team of "social impact" and "business" professionals including epidemiologists, public health, population science, information technology, legal and rights, business development, and everything in between. We share a passion for human-centered solutions and helping those in need to serve for citizen well-being.
Value & Culture
We become partner in your journey of bringing social impact by turning engagement metrics into result oriented development metrics.
Founder, Director & CEO
Chief Finance & Operating Officer
Director, Access & Social Impact
Director, Academic Partnership
Country Manager, Europe
Finance & Accounting Manager
Head, Legal & Regulatory Affairs
Senior corporate professional, managed businesses across Healthcare, Consulting, Training, IT and Telecom sectors. He has held many important positions in leading MNCs like GE Healthcare, Elsevier, Reliance, HCL. He is a BE and MBA in International Marketing.
Dr. P. Siva Kumar
Senior corporate professional and leader in Life Sciences, more specifically in Clinical Diagnostics and Analytical Industry. He held key positions in many multinational corporations like Thermo Fisher Scientific and Agilent Technologies, and as Managing Director of Siemens.
Senior corporate leader (Wharton Business School alumni ) in healthcare domain across MNCs, start-ups, joint ventures and re-engineering organisations. He is a Managing Partner of IKIZIA Advisors and the Founder of India Healthcare Leadership Forum.
Senior corporate commercial leader in healthcare across Pharmaceuticals, Diagnostics etc. He is the Head Asia Pacific, Medicom Healthcare.
Dr. Damodar Bachani
Ex-Director General, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
Dr. Anil Kukreja
Medical Director (ex), Roche Pharmaceutical, India
Dr. Ashish Joshi
Senior Associate Dean of Academic & Student Affairs, City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy &
Jitten Veer Bhasin
Founder, CSR India and the Chief Impact Officer, Yuvraj Singh Foundation
The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced since World War Two. Cases are rising daily in Africa the Americas, and Europe. In India, the total number of positive Covid-19 cases escalated to reach an alarming figure of 11000+ on April 15, 2020 while the number deaths reached 350+. Fifteen Indian states and Union Territories account for more than 95% of total cases in the country, including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Rajasthan. Government of India is taking all necessary steps (e.g. nationwide lockdown, enforce social distancing) to address challenges and threats posed by the growing pandemic of COVID19. Also, private sector who have developed technologies and innovative solutions for diagnosis etc has been leveraged to flatten the curve of contagion.
In the last couple of weeks, a number of states have identified Covid-19 hotspots (specific areas that have reported cases) and have started sealing them (no entry or exit for any resident except those in essential services). Authorities have been sanitising every house, checking symptoms of each resident, testing symptomatic people for Covid-19 and ensuring doorstep delivery of essential goods like groceries and dairy products. To make it successful, empowerment of the citizens with the right information and taking precautions as per the advisories being issued by Government of India is one of the most essential interventions.
The IIHD has launched #JeetJayengeHum campaign to support India fight against COVID19. Following interventions are being conducted at community and health system levels:
A. Community interventions
(1) Creating awareness about prevention measures (e.g. hygiene, social distancing) and counselling support in combating stigma amongst elderly population and patients living with comorbidities (e.g. Hypertension, HIV, TB, cancer, etc.) in the identified COVID19 hotspots.
(2) Providing essential childcare kits (health, social and psychological) for fulfilling development needs of 0-6 years age young child.
B. Health system interventions
(1) Support in conceptualisation, establishment and effective delivery of “WAR Room” to expedite decision-making by authorities to manage, control and reverse COVID-19 pandemic using existing IT infrastructure as well as modified existing IT applications. The WAR Room strategic focus is on effective communication based on the real-time data coming from various sources, i.e. health facilities as well as community. Two way communication mechanism with the use of analytical dashboard will help decision makers to decide the strategies and plans at each level of governance.
(2) Capacity building of frontline workers though digital platforms and technology tools, as per measures prescribed by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (Government of India) to strengthen the delivery of healthcare services.
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