Public Health

Our goal is to improve public health while enabling students, learners and scholars in attaining valuable knowledge in health service research and health promotion analysis in a structured and supervised way. 

We lay a big emphasis on preventative health education, research and awareness. Whether you are a student, a scholar or a professional or an amateur researcher, Public Health awareness is all about making the invisible visible bringing the research insights straight to you.  

Medical Outreach Camp

About Us

IPHMO is a non – profit NGO initiative in India with an aim to contribute to better public health for all through community education, applied research and innovative outreach solutions.

IPHMO is an education, research and outreach services entity that is committed to providing local communities with carefully researched health information, educational programs, events and preventive health and wellness resources.




System works effectively, equitably and promotes better health for all.


To work with health partners, to improve public health, to prepare and design solutions and conduct research that is translated into practice and policy.


Health equity, transparency, equality, and mutual respect.

Our Work

Applied Research

Applied research deals with solving practical problems and generally employs empirical methodologies. Applied research is compared to pure research in a discussion about research ideals, methodologies, programs, and projects. Applied research is a form of systematic inquiry.

Health Promotion

It incorporates five key action areas in Health Promotion (build healthy public policy, create supportive environments for health, strengthen community action for health, develop personal skills, and reorient health services) and three basic HP strategies (to enable, mediate, and advocate).

Disease Mapping

it is a field of spatial epidemiology interested in estimating the spatial pattern in disease risk across and areal units exhibiting elevated disease risks so that public health interventions can be made. The mapping of disease incidence and prevalence has long been a part of public health, and epidemiology.


Health education teaches learners' about physical, mental, emotional and social health. It builds students' knowledge, skills, and positive attitudes about health in academic and work settings.


To publish is to make content available to the general public. While specific use of the term may vary, it is usually applied to text, images, or other audio-visual content, including paper.


we celebrate public health events as listed in UN days. Events are a source to reach out to the public and address the problem of their health and challenges which are faced by an individual.

Network Partners

Bringing Public, Private, Academic, and Community institutions together
Rural Health Care India
Red Cross Society
Young Women's Institute
Centre for Experiential Learning

Women and Child health

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 45,000 women died from preventable pregnancy-related complications in India in 2015. Rural women and adolescent girls are the most at risk…

Mental Health is now getting more attention !

In India, the National Mental Health Survey 2015-16 reveals that nearly 15% Indian adults need active intervention for one or more mental health issues and one in 20 Indians suffers from depression…

WaSH needs more attention in India !

Community members and school children are promote good hand washing habits and encourage neighbors to stop defecating in the open…

Volunteer - Internship with IPHMO


Want to serve in public health programs in India and gain some valuable experience while you’re at it? Public health internships are a great way to get involved in policy, research, finance, and more! 

Volunteer Work

Volunteer duties may include: assisting at public hospitals, conducting nutrition classes, implementing health programs, supporting cancer patients, assisting the elderly, working in a community clinic, etc.


We are open to partner with other organisations on mutually compatible and beneficial terms that may support and  strengthen public health initiatives in the regions we work in.

"The instituional support was amazing. Mentorship was great. I was able to complete my quality research thesis in time, and yet undertake some practical works."
Sylvia Parker
"I visited a childrens' and elderly healthcare facility few hours on weekdays alongside undertaking a yoga course during my holidays and med tourism in India. It was an amazing experience."
Christina Brookshields


Real work

All work is in real grassroots level conditions with wonderful support of the team and the professional resource persons.


Majority of the teams are multicultural working together sharing wider global perspectives.

Less resources needed

A low resource organisation applies a low cost approach through social entrepreneurship and volunteer action.

Amazing Experience

It's an amazing experience working on various aspects of public health including policy planning and research.

Community benefitting

The nature of community wide work and interactions happen to create last mile impact and is community benefitting..

Easy to interact

The organisation and the teams works more in a lateral setting making it easy to interact with each other.