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ARMMAN Joins Hands with Google India

ARMMAN is partnering with AI for Social Good at Google India and IIT Madras to explore how we can use Artificial Intelligence to predict the risk of expectant mothers dropping out of healthcare programs such as mMitra, to improve targeted interventions and increase positive healthcare outcomes for mothers and babies. We are excited and look

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Dr. Aparna Hegde Is A TED Fellow!

Our founder Dr. Aparna Hegde has been selected as a TED Fellow! (See the announcement here) She will be joining a class of 20 change-makers from around the world to deliver a talk on the main TED stage this April in Vancouver, Canada. Founded in 2009, the TED Fellows program brings together young innovators from around the world

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ARMMAN Short-listed for Skoll Award 2020

ARMMAN is one of 79 social organisations short-listed for the prestigious Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship 2020! You can see the formal announcement here. Every year, The Skoll Foundation invests $1.5 million in 4 to 6 organisations that address some of the world’s most pressing issues, show the ability to drive large-scale, sustained change and are capable

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Dr. Aparna Hegde Honoured by Sri Lankan Menopause Society

Dr. Aparna Hegde has been awarded the ‘Fellowship of Sri Lankan Menopause Society’ for her work in developing Urogynecology in Sri Lanka. She is only the second international doctor to be given the award after Professor Mary Ann Lumdsen, the past President of the International Menopause Society.  The citation was read out in front of

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ARMMAN Celebrates 10 Years!

ARMMAN celebrated its 10th anniversary in November with an emotionally-charged event that was attended by the entire team including the founder, Dr. Aparna Hegde, her mother Mrs. Parvati Hegde, CEO Geetanjali Jha Chakraborty and COO Carlyle Pereira.

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