• ICRC

    The largest humanitarian network in the world working to alleviate human suffering, protect life and health, and uphold human dignity especially during armed conflicts and other emergencies.

  • Amref Health Africa

    Trains health workers of Africa in the medical areas which affect the continent to the greatest extent; equips communities with the knowledge, skills and means to maintain their good health and break the cycle of poor health and poverty.

  • World Health Organization

    WHO’s primary role is to direct international health within the United Nations’ system and to lead partners in global health responses.

  • BBC Health Check

    What does exercise do to your brain? Can psychedelics treat depression? From smart daily habits to new medical breakthroughs – TED speakers answer questions you never even knew you had.

  • Mental Illness Happy Hour

    Here’s an uplifting weekly online podcast that interviews comedians, artists, friends, and the occasional doctor. Each episode explores mental illness, trauma, addiction and negative thinking.

  • Feel Better, Live More

    In this podcast, we hear stories from leading health experts and exciting personalities who offer easy health life-hacks, expert advice and debunk common health myths giving you the tools to revolutionise how you eat, sleep, move and relax.

  • Bill Gates: How COVID-19 Is Disrupting the Way We Fight Malaria

    COVID-19 disrupts the entire global health care system. As we turn our attention to stopping the pandemic, it’s essential that we don’t give malaria a new opportunity. Watch this video published by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to learn more about the pandemic’s impact on one of the world’s biggest killers.

  • There's No Shame In Taking Care of Your Mental Health

    Sangu became passionate about mental health and was inspired to try to fight the stigma and ignorance that surround mental health issues.

  • Vaccines 101: How New Vaccines are Developed

    With the world in the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic, all eyes were on vaccine trials and the researchers developing them. But what were they actually doing? Learn more after watching this Nature video.

  • How Elvis Got Americans to Accept the Polio Vaccine

    Campaigns to change behaviour thrive on three factors: social influence, social norms and vivid examples. Read the insightful article from the Scientific American

  • Covid-19 is devastating communities of colour. Can vaccines counter racial inequity?

    Haywood County, a majority-Black community not far from Memphis, has one health department, one nursing home and no hospitals. The fatality rate of covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, is 50 percent higher than the state average. This article published in Washington Post is a must read.

  • The Diet Myth: The Real Science Behind What We Eat by Tim Spector

    Why do most diets fail? Why does one person eat a certain meal and gain weight, while another eating the same meal loses pounds? Why, despite all the advice about what to eat, are we all still getting fatter?


The office needs to be a safe space if we have to return back to normal 

Amidst this push to the return to normalcy, employers have a delicate balance to achieve. As Liviu Tudor, the President of the European Property Federation and the developer of the IMMUNE Building Standard™ says, the office would inevitably have to accommodate three different kinds of people – the ones who are keen to return no matter what, the ones who need a degree of flexibility of working from home, and the ones who may be hesitant or vulnerable.  

Ed Sheeran, Annie Lennox, & A-list Bollywood Stars Amongst over 100 Global Celebrities Uniting to Support Virtual Fundraiser “We For India”, to Raise Vital Funds for Post-Covid Relief Work in India

We For India will feature engaging content, including video messages of support from A-List stars, stand-up comedy and musical performances, interactions with frontline heroes, immersive fitness challenges, hilarious games, and more, streamed to homes as the world joins hands in solidarity and unity with the people of India. Some of the prominent international names confirmed to support the broadcast include: ...

OPINION: Hunger and Poverty in India: What is it like amidst COVID-19?

India has been a developing country for over a decade now. And, the country has definitely developed. In the last three years, India pulled 75 million people out of poverty; in the last ten years, the number rises to an impressive 271 million people. However, poverty is still a significant issue in the country. In 2019, Oxfam reported that over 14% of the Indian population lives in poverty. The COVID-19 pandemic has only worsened the economy and living situations for Indian citizens.