eGreetings Design Contest for Promoting Healthy Lifestyle

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eGreetings Design Contest for Promoting Healthy Lifestyle

INTRODUCTION

India is experiencing a rapid health transition with a rising burden of Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs). Common NCDs such as cardio vascular diseases (CVDs), diabetes, cancer and respiratory diseases account for major portion of mortality and morbidity due to NCDs. It is estimated that NCDs account for 60% of total deaths in India. The good thing however is that all these diseases are preventable through making a choice for healthy lifestyle.

There are common preventable behavioural risk factors of NCDs such as tobacco & alcohol use, physically inactive lifestyle, a diet high in sugar, trans-fats and salt inter-alia. Unhealthy lifestyle increases the risk of high blood pressure (hypertension) and increased blood glucose level. It is recommended that a healthy lifestyle can prevent onset of the above mentioned diseases.

THE COMPETITION

We want you to design eGreetings that promote healthy living and wellbeing of individuals. The designs should incorporate elements that show healthy eating, healthy lifestyle, physical activities etc.

TOPIC
Main Theme: Adopting healthy lifestyle to prevent occurrence of disease like cancer, diabetes, hypertension, cardio vascular diseases, stroke and respiratory diseases.

Sub-Themes: You have to prepare an e-greeting incorporating healthy lifestyle practices. You can choose any one, more than one or all of the themes from the following:
• Healthy lifestyle practices
• Eating healthy
• Being physically active and fit
• Screening for early detection of diseases

Language: Hindi and/or English

SIZE of E-GREETING
A7 (envelope) size in digital format

Last Date
21st April, 2017

PRIZE
One FIRST Prize – Rs.25000/-
Two SECOND Prizes – Rs.15000/-  

Click here to read the Terms and Conditions, Technical Parameters and Evaluation Criteria

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swati Kesarwani's picture

swati Kesarwani 5 months 4 weeks ago

My poster describes ways to lead a healthy lifestyle. such as one should be physically active, practice yoga, drink plenty of water eat fresh fruits and vegetables etc.

Salil Bhatia's picture

Salil Bhatia 5 months 4 weeks ago

A catchy e-greeting to promote healthy lifestyle. To give your heart a healthy beat by eating right, staying active and enjoy a disease free healthy lifestyle. #MoHFW #NPCDCS #NCD

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Kshitiz Mor 5 months 4 weeks ago

The invitation is designed in simplistic manner,
It has a red circle consisting of all unhealthy stuff, which represents that these unhealthy stuff tries to bind you and kill you.
But once you EAT, BREATH, and EXERCISE(stay fit), you will be healthy forever, and there is no binding, you are free to all bounds.
So in the end, its YOUR choice, What do you want to choose?? -Healthy/Unhealthy?
So what say?
#eGreetingsContest #HealthyIndia #MoHFW #MyGov #NPCDCS

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Manoj Kumar 5 months 4 weeks ago

I have used Yoga as the prime focus of a healthy body. As it is mentioned in the Bhagwad Gita, Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self. Yoga, from the ancient times has been considered as the key to staying fit and active. While yoga is the focal point, activities such as cycling, playing sports, protein-rich healthy diet, jogging etc act as a catalyst for being physically active
A healthy mind is as important as a healthy body. Hence, yoga, along with physical activities

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Bhanu Dhiman 5 months 4 weeks ago

Prevent NCDs. For prevention of NCDs first circle (armor) is of green color which is for healthy eating such as vegetables and fruits etc.Second circle is of red color which is the color of energy and which promotes living actively. Third color is yellow which is for screening and early diagnosis. On the right side various NCDs have been shown attacking the armors but the arrows are shown reflected means theses diseases are unable to attack. left side show healthy people and healthy India.