Mosquito season is just upon us and Sangam Vihar remains the hub of deadly diseases like Malaria, Dengue. On 7th April, AROH Foundation marked World Health Day through its RISE study centres in Sangam Vihar slums to address this upcoming deadly danger. RISE centres run by AROH Foundation in association with AICL cater to over 500 underprivileged children with Free of cost remedial education, non-scholastic opportunities and occasional nutritional support. On 7th April, Hundreds of children, staffs from AROH Foundation and Volunteer from Gautam Buddha University performed various activities based on the theme “Verbal & Physical Demonstration of Cleanliness” to avoid curse of Dengue, Malaria and other diseases through Health workshop, Nukkad Natak, and Cleaning drives through filthy lanes of Sangam Vihar. The event was accomplished and message was conveyed to every possible door and ear. We in AROH has seen this day as an opportunity to draw attention to a subject of major importance and if we succeed in declining the figures of Health Death down even by a margin, the mission would be accomplished.