The Indian government’s new health campaign aims to reduce the number of deaths in India’s diabetes-related population by 10 per cent by 2022.
The health campaign has already been implemented in Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad and other parts of the country.
The campaign will be implemented across the country starting from the end of March.
The government has also decided to expand the scheme to include other cities.
The campaign, launched by the government and the Indian Medical Association, aims to provide people with simple, cheap and effective ways to control the disease.
It will focus on reducing the number and type of side effects, like headaches and dizziness, that can be caused by diabetes and other metabolic diseases.
The government has asked all medical professionals and other people to participate in the campaign by giving them instructions on how to control diabetes and the related diseases.
It also has set up a Facebook page to help educate people about diabetes.
The aim is to reduce deaths from diabetes by at least 10 per of India’s population by 2022, according to the government.
The health campaign will also help people in other parts, such as urban areas, lower their risk of diabetes by reducing blood glucose levels, and improve their health and wellbeing, said Dr J. Srinivasan, director of the Indian Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases (IDCD) Department, WHO.
Dr Srinivansan said that in India, people are suffering from high numbers of diabetes- related deaths.
“The Indian government has decided to provide a new campaign, one that is targeted to the rural poor, which will address the health issues associated with the disease,” he said.
According to a report by the National Diabetes Data Bank, diabetes is the fifth leading cause of death in the country, accounting for about 9.3 million deaths in 2015.
About half of these deaths are caused by heart disease.