Special Contribution from SDA President Ram Pravesh Kumar
In his capacity as President of SDA, Ram Pravesh examines what SDA has achieved over the years and identifies some key priorities for the future.

Ram Pravesh :Ever since its formation, SDA work is conducted over the very broad range of topics that public health comprises, with SDA preparing monthly briefing documents as well as coordinating numerous people over the past two years on topics as diverse as the health workforce, school fruits schemes, Hearing Impaired,Speech and language delay and insruments .

        Technology has also evolved in the past years and SDA has seized the opportunity to make use of the electronic means to enhance communication internally with members and other advocate colleagues as well as externally with clients, the media and public. Recently we saw great involvement and cooperation with the members on producing very successful amendments to Patients’ Rights Directive.SDA has made its website so beneficial as a tool for communicating information on public heath policy that the site has an average of 1000 hits per month and is a popular site not only for SDA members but for staff from the other organisation.

        As SDA looks forward to another fifteen years advocating for the public education, Hearing and Speech,health of all people living in India, we need to consider :

        SDA meets its organisational goals and is able to predict future policy developments.
        increasing the promotion and profile of the advocacy work SDA undertakes will help maximise the impact our message.
        increasing the diversity of our multi-sector organisation and joint ventures to guarantee greater gains for training,therapy, education, health by working together.
 Special Contribution from SDA Secretary Sanjeev Kumar
In his capacity as Secretary of SDA, Sanjeev Kumar examines what SDA has achieved over the years and identifies some key priorities for the future .

Sanjeev Kumar: SDA is a good and useful support organisation for Society - and, I have no doubt, for the great work do for public.I value its input. If I had any advice it would be to let the support, help and provide information and guidance to public. So the more you can make them first understand an issue and then adopt it as their own.I stress that SDA is best non- profit organisation and most effective.we are close touch with their public and empathise with their problems and opportunities. The best are in close touch with their patients, carers and on-the-ground health teams. It is an important part of the work, but your value to us is as a conduit of the views and needs of the individuals you represent.
In his capacity as Secretary of SDA, Kalyani Singh examines what SDA has achieved over the years and identifies some key priorities for the future . 

Kalyani Singh: SDA is a good and useful support organisation for Society - and, I have no doubt, for the great work do for public.I value its input. If I had any advice it would be to let the support, help and provide information and guidance to public. So the more you can make them first understand an issue and then adopt it as their own.I stress that SDA is best non- profit organisation and most effective.we are close touch with their public and empathise with their problems and opportunities. The best are in close touch with their patients, carers and on-the-ground health teams. It is an important part of the work, but your value to us is as a conduit of the views and needs of the individuals you represent.
Special Contribution from SDA Treasurer Kalyani Singh 






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