WOMEN’S HEALTH CONFERENCE
Healthy Women | Healthy Economies | Healthy Communities

 

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15 March, 2019
Hotel The Royal Plaza, New Delhi


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Women are pivotal contributors to society in their roles as mothers, individuals, family members and as citizens. When a women’s health is poor, her contribution to society is decreased. A women’s health is critical to the well-being of her family and the economy of her community and her country. Investing in the health of women is not only the right thing to do; it also builds stable, peaceful and productive societies. It reduces poverty and stimulates economic growth.

 

Sustainable economic growth cannot be achieved if women, who consist 28.50% of the workforce in India, are unable to fully participate in the economy due to health implications. Startling gender differentials and inequities in health exist which disadvantage women. For example, thyroid disorders affect five to eight times more women than men, and almost twice as many women who have heart attacks die within a year, compared to men. Yet, depending on where one lives and social norms, the initial diagnosis, treatment options, and clinical outcomes often favor men.

 

There is a clear linkage between higher levels of education and greater participation in paid employment and higher earnings. Iron deficiency and Non-Communicable Diseases are the most common disorders affecting women and children in developing economies. These diseases reduce the work capacity of individual, bringing serious economic consequences.

 

So how can we unleash the economic power of women? And how can governments, employers and other interested stakeholders partner to improve women’s health so women can live better lives and join – or remain – in the labor force?

 

In view of this, ASSOCHAM is organizing Women’s Health Conference; Healthy Women, Healthy Economies, Healthy Communities on 15th March 2019 at Hotel The Royal Plaza, New Delhi.

 

On behalf of ASSOCHAM, we cordially invite your esteemed organization to actively participate in this important conference and put your company’s brand in front of key industry professionals by becoming a conference sponsor. A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available so you may choose your level of support and exposure.

 

If you have further queries, you may reach out to Mr. Anshul Gupta (anshul.gupta@assocham.com / 09999565047) or Ms. Payal Swami (payal.swami@assocham.com / 08527500385). 



We shall deeply appreciate your kind and an early confirmation and looking forward to welcoming you on the occasion.

 

Thanking you and with gracious regards,

 

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Anuj Mathur

Head - Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare

The Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India

5, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakya Puri

New Delhi - 110021

Tel: 46550555(Hunting Line), Ext.: 550, Fax: 23017008

 

 

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Corporate Office
The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
ASSOCHAM Corporate Office, 5, Sardar Patel Marg
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi - 110021
Phone: 46550555 (Hunting Line)
Fax: 01123017008/9

Email: assocham@nic.in