6th World Ayurveda Congress & AROGYA Expo 2014

Top Quote 6th World Ayurveda Congress 2014 & AROGYA Expo 2014 is organised by Department of AYUSH ministry of health Indian Govt., from 6th to 9th of November in New Delhi India, with the support of World Ayurveda Foundation and Gujarat Ayurveda University. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 25, 2014 - World Ayurveda Foundation now plans to hold the 6th edition of the Congress at Delhi in Pragati Maidan from 6th to 9th November 2014,when it is expected that the number of delegates and visitors would double the Bengaluru experience. In keeping with the past practice, it is proposed to hold four plenary sessions, 25 parallel sessions as well as providing scope for poster presentations.

    The associated events, which are being planned, include a Seminar on Medicinal Plants, a business meet coordinated by Pharmexil, an Editors Conclave, and international Delegates Assembly and a Guru shishya meet.

    Until now five editions of the Congress have been organised at Cochin, Pune, Jaipur, Bengaluru and Bhopal. The highest number of delegates, numbering more than 4200 attended the WAC at Bengaluru.

    The largest number of visitors who participated in the AROGYA Expo was at Pune where more than 500,000 individuals took advantage of the Forum. The highest number of foreign delegates numbering 264 attended the Bengaluru Congress.

    Among the several focal themes considered, 'Health Challenges and Ayurveda' has been finalized to be the theme of this edition of the Congress. For the past 30 years, the large, densely populated and enormously varied Republic of India has made impressive efforts in the field of health. However, the unfinished agenda must address deficiencies in service outreach, government expenditures, high out-of-pocket costs, and limited health insurance coverage. There are also healthcare infrastructure gaps and disparities across the Indian states and between urban and rural populatons, measured by such indicators as the number of hospital beds and doctor-patient ratios.

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