“I was born and raised in Kurnool, a city in Andhra Pradesh. I have had a deep and abiding interest in education since my childhood."
“The story of how and why I became a nurse starts with pain."
On August 22 and 23, Dr. Anunaya Jain and Dr. Sreeraj Sasi conducted a workshop on process mapping at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh.
“I hail from Ravulapadu, a small village situated in the East Godavari district of the state of Andhra Pradesh."
This summer, I stepped away from my work at ACCESS Health to serve as an intern for World Information Transfer at the Economic and Social Council United Nations (ECOSOC). During my internship, I had the opportunity to attend the sixth session of the Open-Ended Working Group on Ageing.
“I was seventeen when my father, an engineer with the Indian Railways, was diagnosed with cancer."
ACCESS Health International and the Social Work College at the Open University of China recently signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a new strategic partnership between the two organizations.
My journey with ACCESS Health started on the May 12, 2015. Like any other intern, I came to this organization with many hopes and expectations.
The first Joint Learning Network Costing Collaborative train the trainer workshop on costing for provider payment began today in Bengaluru, India.
Dwari is a small village in Madhya Pradesh, India. The village is plagued by a social epidemic called untouchability.