VHAI’s Relief and Rehabilitation work for J&K Flood Victims
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Welcome to Voluntary Health Accociation of India
Voluntary Health Association of India (VHAI) is a non-profit, registered society formed in the year 1970. It is a federation of 27 State Voluntary Health Associations, linking together more than 4500 health and development institutions across the country.We are one of the largest health and development networks in the world. 

VHAI advocates people-centered policies for dynamic health planning and programme management in India. We initiate and support innovative health and development programmers at the grassroots with the active participation of the people. 


VHAI strives to build up a strong health movement in the country for a cost-effective , preventive , promotive and rehabilitative health care system. We work towards a responsive public health sector and responsible private sector with accountability and quality service. 
Seeking Urgent Support for Jammu & Kashmir Flood Victims
With the recent Jammu and Kashmir floods, almost all major secondary & tertiary care hospitals were flooded leading to complete absence of secondary & tertiary care in the state. Some hospitals not very badly affected started functioning but were handicapped due to lack of medicines and other support like bandages, sanitary napkins, cotton etc. Patients are dying due to absence of such medical support. We need to proceed quickly to stop such traumatic incidents.

Voluntary Health Association of India (VHAI) is committed to provide all kinds of medical and other aid to the victims focusing on most vulnerable families and individuals. We are already in action in the state and our team is providing urgent and immediate relief and rehabilitation support. We need your support for sustaining this effort. Please contribute generously and help us to provide health care services to the needy victims of the J&K disaster.

Your invaluable contribution can save thousands of lives.
Hon’ble Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Dr. Harsh Vardhan leading the World No Tobacco Day Youth Rally Organised by VHAI on 30th May 2014 
New Delhi, May 29, 2014: Every year, on 31 May, WHO and partners mark World No Tobacco Day, highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use. Tobacco kills nearly 6 million people each year, of which more than 600000 are non-smokers dying from inhaling second-hand smoke. This year, World Health Organization (WHO) has selected “Raise Taxes on Tobacco” as the theme for World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) 2014.