7th International Conference on Yoga for the Youth at Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 27th – 30th December 2012.
In this era of synergy, Kaivalyadhama, through this conference, solicits valuable contribution by one and all, towards empowering today’s youth with the timeless Yogic legacy for brighter prospects
for the entire humanity.
The conference expects in-depth deliberations towards refining our understanding of and acquiring an insight into the psycho-social and psycho-biological nature of the youth across the globe.
The conference helps to unleash the exuberance and energies of the youth into humanity oriented activities, as well as, his self-development, through Yogic means and methods. The conference also hopes to explore means and ways to empower the youth as regards his own latent potentialities through nurturing all creative endeavours and humane values, as well as, promoting inter communal, inter-religious and international harmony for a better living.
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Clearance for the Conference:
The 18th International Congress of Rural Health and Medicine addresses the immense challenges for improving the health of people of rural and remote areas of the world and initiates a specific action plan: “The Rural Health Initiative on Global Village.” The ‘Health for All’ vision for rural people is more likely to be achieved through joint concerted efforts of international and national bodies working together with doctors, nurses, academicians & researchers, policy makers & implementers and other health workers in rural areas around the world.
- To address key challenges & issues through exchange information, skills & practices for improving health of people of rural and remote areas of the world.
- To promote dialogue & partnerships among doers, policy makers & implementer, sponsorers to tackle various health problems in a unified and holistic way in the Global Village.
- To highlight and foster opportunities for learning from experiences, rural health models that can be replicated.
- To provide an opportunity to students & young medical, public & rural health specialists to exchange information on recent development in public health research.
Medical Council of India Co-sponsors a CME Program on “Reforms in Medical Education for Improving Rural Health” as part of 18th International Congress.