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Billion Hearts Beating spreads awareness on prevention of heart disease through online and on-ground activities. These activities are based on our Simple 5 Solution- Eat Healthy, Get Active, Beat Stress, Quit Smoking and Get a Regular Heart Check.

Through online media, events, awareness drives and health camps, we reach out to people from all age groups and sections of society- Kids, Youth, Working executives, Women and Senior citizens. Our endeavour is to encourage a billion Indians to adopt the Simple 5 in their daily lives and have a healthy heart.

BHB has an active community on social media, creating awareness on healthy heart living among thousands of people everyday. Till now, we have gained the support of 4,50,000 people on Facebook and share consistent information on heart healthy lifestyles through various social networking platforms- Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube.

Besides online engagement, BHB conducts awareness campaigns and health camps for various organizations to educate people about how to take care of their heart and prevent heart disease. On important occasions and health days, BHB organizes events & activities such as on World Heart Day and International youth Day.

BHB has also partnered with AIESEC and National Cadet Corps to take the message of healthy heart to the youth. Every year, BHB participates in a CSR Live week and other annual and regional conferences engaging in dialogues with other PSU´s, Social Entrepreneurs and NGOs.


Health Workshop: Bhagidiri
22nd July 2010, Delhi

BHB conducts a series of health workshops with Bhagidari

Health Camp at Delhi Secretariat – 22nd July 2010

Billion Hearts Beating began a campaign at the Delhi Secretariat in association with Apollo Hospitals and Times of India on 21st July 2010. The campaign was inaugurated by Chief Minister  Smt. Sheila Dikshit. Ms. Dikshit along with Health Minister Prof. Kiran Walia, Chief Secretary Mr. Rajendar Kumar took the pledge on this occasion. Nearly 200 Delhi government employees at the Secretariat pledged their support and received a heart check. The honorable minister for health congratulated the Apollo Group for launching the campaign and assured them that the department would whole heartedly support the campaign as they understood the need for a healthy nation.

Health Camp at Pragati Maidan – 9th & 10th April 2011

Billion Hearts Beating participated in the annual Bhagidari Utsav that was organized at Pragati Maidan on 9th & 10th  April 2011. A large screening unit comprising of cardiac and basic check-ups was organized with support of the Apollo Group. Over the space of these two days, nearly 2,000 citizens of Delhi from different walks of life underwent the elaborate check-ups and benefitted from the event.

Health Camp at Delhi Secretariat – 26th  September 2011

As part of a weeklong awareness programme to celebrate World Heart Day, Billion Hearts Beating in association with Apollo Hospitals organized a free heart screening camp for the employees of the Delhi Secretariat on 26th September 2011 at the Delhi Secretariat. The camp was inaugurated by the Chief Minister Smt. Sheila Dikshit. Various screening tests were conducted and people were advised by doctors on preventive and curative measures, healthy lifestlyle choices and dietary habits in order to reduce the risk of heart disease. More than 500 people participated in the health check.