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ROCCO Initiative

About the initiative
(will include methodology & Objective)

The liver is the second-largest organ in the body weighing about 1.5kg and consisting of 96% water stored in its cells. The liver is primarily responsible for regulating metabolism. It breaks down carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, converting them into usable energy or storing them for future use. Furthermore, the liver is responsible for more than 500 vital functions ranging from bile synthesis to the breakdown of harmful substances and toxins in the body.

ROCCO Office Bearers

RIDE Anirudha Roy Choudhury

Rotary International

RIDE T.N. Subramanian

Rotary International

PRID Bharat Pandya

Rotary International

Prof. Dr S P Singh

President, INASL

Prof. DrĀ  Ajay Duseja

Secretary, INASL

Rtn Major Donor
Prof Dr. V G Mohan Prasad

National Chairman

Rtn Major Donor
PDG Dr. EK Sagadevan

National Coordinator


Rotary is a global humanitarian organization known for its commitment to service above self. Founded in 1905, Rotary has grown into a vast network of over 1.4 million members across 46,000 clubs in nearly every country worldwide. Rotary’s primary objective is to bring together business and professional leaders who share a common passion for making positive changes in their communities and around the globe.
Rotary focuses on six key areas of focus: promoting peace and conflict resolution, supporting education and literacy, providing access to clean water and sanitation, enhancing maternal and child health, supporting economic development, and fighting disease, particularly the eradication of polio. Rotary clubs collaborate with local communities and international partners to develop sustainable projects and initiatives that address these areas of focus.
In addition to service projects, Rotary places great emphasis on fostering fellowship and developing leaders. Members engage in regular meetings, where they network, share ideas, and plan service activities. Rotary also provides numerous leadership development opportunities, empowering individuals to become effective change-makers and catalysts for positive transformation.
The impact of Rotary’s work is far-reaching and has touched countless lives. Whether it’s building schools, distributing essential supplies in disaster-stricken areas, or organizing vaccination campaigns, Rotary’s commitment to service has made a significant difference in communities worldwide. Rotary’s guiding principles of integrity, diversity, and inclusivity contribute to creating an environment that fosters understanding, goodwill, and lasting friendships.
In summary, Rotary is a global humanitarian organization that brings together leaders from various professions to make a difference in their communities and beyond. Through its diverse service projects, focus on key areas of impact, and commitment to fostering fellowship and leadership development, Rotary continues to be a force for positive change, leaving a lasting impact on individuals and communities worldwide.


The Indian National Association for the Study of the Liver (INASL) is a renowned organization dedicated to promoting liver health and advancing the field of hepatology in India. Established with the vision of preventing and treating liver diseases, INASL plays a crucial role in fostering research, education, and collaboration among healthcare professionals, scientists, and liver specialists nationwide.
INASL is committed to raising awareness about liver diseases, such as viral hepatitis, alcoholic liver disease, fatty liver disease, and liver cancer. Through its various initiatives, including public health campaigns, educational programs, and community outreach, INASL aims to disseminate knowledge and preventive measures to the general public.
Moreover, INASL provides a platform for medical professionals to exchange ideas, share research findings, and discuss the latest advancements in hepatology. INASL organizes annual conferences, seminars, and workshops, bringing together experts from diverse disciplines to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and improve patient care.
INASL also actively engages in advocacy efforts, working closely with policymakers and healthcare institutions to shape policies and strategies related to liver health. By advocating for better healthcare infrastructure, improved access to affordable treatment, and enhanced public health programs, INASL strives to combat liver diseases effectively and reduce their burden on society.
In summary, INASL is a leading organization in India dedicated to liver health and hepatology. Through its comprehensive approach encompassing research, education, collaboration, and advocacy, INASL plays a pivotal role in preventing liver diseases, promoting liver health, and advancing the field of hepatology in India.