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Current Activities

Every month we develop new and impactful projects to create a measurable impact in society. Some of our currently active projects are described below. To conduct an event in your area, fill the Domestic Activities Form today!

To conduct our ongoing activities please fill the Domestic Activities Form today! The relevant officials will contact you with the required information and guide you in the step by step implementation

Link to to the Form: DAF Link

Ongoing Activities

Build Back Better


Build Back Better is an on-ground outreach activity, to spread awareness about Universal Health Coverage, Structure of the Indian Health System and relevant Public Health schemes to ease access to healthcare, including distribution of the MSAI-curated UHC Manual.

Target Audience: General Population

F4T: Food for Thought


Food For Thought is an on -ground outreach activity to spread awareness among school-going children about healthy food habits, oral health and hygiene as well as food security and food wastage using interactive puzzles, games and other interactive methods.

Target Audience: School Going Children

M.O.R.P.H.I.N.E:  Medical Students on Onco Palliative Health Care in India


An onground activity for Palliative care meant to improve the quality of life of patients who have a serious or life-threatening disease, such as cancer. It can be given with or without curative care. Be a part of M.O.R.E.P.H.I.N.E to foster awareness about palliative care and networking in India for Cancer.Elevate your medical journey as you unravel case studies, master the art of comprehensive cancer management, and connect with fellow future medical leaders.

CHIKITSA+: Challenging Infections Through Strengthening Awareness


An on-ground outreach campaign reaching out to the Lower Socio-economic class of general population, spreading awareness about monsoon-related mosquito vector-borne diseases (like malaria, dengue, chinkunguniya), their prevention and early signs and symptoms.

BANDHU 2.0: Boosting and Advocating Humanitarian Actions


A serious violation of human dignity, homelessness has become a global problem. It is affecting people of all ages from all walks of life, in both developed and developing countries. Homelessness in India is on the rise. Many people are turning to the streets as a place to sleep and find income by performing hard labor

And on ground activity to conduct and in kind donation drive and distribute to the homeless population educate them about the government schemes for shelters and checking their mental health and aware them about the warning signs of various diseases.



Evidence shows that when patients are treated as partners in their care, significant gains are made in safety, satisfaction and health outcomes.
World Patient Safety Day 2023 will be observed on 17 September under the theme: Engaging patients for patient safety

Coin Confidence Clinic


Are you tired of stressing over your finances as a medical student?
Becoming a healthcare professional doesn't mean neglecting your financial health!
SCOME brings to you The CoinConfidence Clinic to help you gain the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the financial challenges of student life and beyond.
Learn to budget your way to success
Explore smart investments for your future
Transform into a financial superhero!

L.I.P.I. 2.0


We bring to you a comprehensive toolkit for Medical Students and healthcare professionals of India to make patient interaction fluent!

In the first phase the LIPI 2.0 SWG developed a toolkit for the medical students to aid them in History Taking. The second phase is an on-ground activity.

Languages covered via this activity:

Project Dropout


The problem of school dropouts in India refers to the alarming rate at which students, particularly from marginalized communities, disengage from formal education before completing their primary, secondary, or higher secondary education. This leads to numerous issues like unemployment, poverty, social inequality, increased health and hygiene related issues.
We aim to educate, promote and motivate basic literacy in the people who dropped out of the school due to any circumstances.

To educate yourself you need not to have an age barrier to provide it
We have
V Kathiresan who had to drop out of school to support his family. Years later, working for A.P.J. Abdul Kalam as his driver, he was encouraged to restart his education.
Today he has a PhD, has written two books, and is a college lecturer.
Anything is possible or shall we say nothing is impossible. V Kathiresan's story proves that. He turned his dream into a reality at the age of 47.




Project Pads



Elderhood 2.0


Generally, with increasing age the aging process is often associated with declining health, loss of independence, dwindling social roles, isolation and feeling of loneliness.
This activity is based on the principles including the right for Independence, Participation, Care, Self-fulfillment and Dignity of the elderly people in India. This activity will help us in connecting with the elderly generation and taking them on a trip down memory lane at the same time evaluating their mental health.



Project Go Blue

AMR Unit

A survey on Accessibility to healthcare: Providing equal rights and opportunities to differently abled person

Project GoBLUE for AMR is a nationwide initiative led by MSAI in collaboration with WHO-India to raise awareness about Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). In response to India's high antibiotic resistance rates, the campaign aims to shed light on the crucial role of humans, animals, food, and the environment in tackling AMR. With the rapid global spread of untreatable infections, this campaign highlights the urgency for rational use of antimicrobials and the substantial risk they pose to the well-being of the General population. Activity is mainly targeted toward the General Population and to equip medical students with the right resources and knowledge to do the same

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