A most satisfying and productive way to unite in bringing about common welfare is by volunteering for community service projects. INCLEN recognizes and acts upon the fact that engaging in community services carries rewards beyond the obvious and tangible. It recognizes that community service is about building a stronger and healthier community.
- Community awareness
In an effort to mobilize and empower individuals, families and communities to join the movement towards improving overall health and healthcare conditions prevailing among populations in developing countries, the Trust endeavors to spread awareness on high-priority health issues.
Some of the community awareness activities actioned by the Trust in this direction are :
- Community awareness on maternal and child health
- Community awareness on non-communicable diseases
- Community-based activities
There is ever-increasing importance of community-based activities to complement research and training efforts undertaken by the Trust in furthering its mission and vision towards providing quality healthcare in developing country populations. It is towards this effort that The INCLEN Trust International undertakes to organize various community-based activities.
Some of the community-based activities undertaken by the Trust in this
direction are :
- Health advocacy
The INCLEN Trust International undertakes health advocacy through own and collaborative efforts, to bring about positive change in the heath scenario of developing country populations. Health advocacy at significant forums brings about empowerment for the stakeholders and works to catalyze positive changes in the health care system such as improved access to quality care, protection and enhancement of patient's rights from positions in government agencies, disease-specific voluntary associations, grassroots and national health policy organizations and the media.
INCLEN engages in health advocacy through following activities :
- Health advocacy for maternal and child health
- Health advocacy for communicable disease prevention and control