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We play a major role in bringing the CV community together to drive transformational change.
Together we are stronger
By 2025, our aim is to reduce premature deaths from CVD by at least 25%.
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To share science, best practice and resources, acting as a global thought leader and catalyst for positive change.
Celebrate World Heart Day
The biggest global awareness-raising campaign for CVD.
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Advocating for heart health
We lead the global advocacy effort for action to prevent, control and reduce the global burden of CVD.
All our programmes and partnerships are aimed at creating awareness of CVD as a priority issue across the globe.
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For my heart, for your heart ...
World Heart Day takes place on 29 September every year.
... for all our hearts
2018 is all about making a promise to live a more heart-healthy life.
Supporting your activities
We have developed all sorts of Campaign Resources for you to download and use to promote your World Heart Day events.
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Let's turn the world red
Help us to get iconic landmarks to light up in support of our campaign
ROTARY CLUB OF BADAGARA
The Rotary Club of Badagara, in association with Indian Medical Association, Vadakara and Vadakara Riders (Sports Cycles Riders Club) conducted world heart day programmes in a very grand manner. A bicycle rally consisting of 17 riders was organized on September 29 starting at 7.30am. A flag off programme was conducted in front of District Hospital Vadakara with Rotarian MPHF Dr. A.K Rajan flagging off the rally. All the riders, club members and doctors of IMA Vadkara wore T-Shirts featuring the World Heart Day logo. Members of many the town’s social and cultural clubs also joined the ‘walk for heart’ holding a World Heart Day banner and placards. Leaflets were also distributed to the public and the events received very wide public and media attention.