A look at some of MSSI’s most exciting advocacy work and MSIF’s visit to Delhi and Mumbai.
These researchers have received Du Pré Grants to enable them to work in established MS research centres outside their own country
We explore why people with MS around the world practise yoga and Pilates.
A great opportunity to work on an MS International Federation (MSIF) advocacy project in India
MSIF staff paid a special visit to India this month to launch an exciting new collaboration with the MS Society of India.
The MS Society of India (MSSI) is proud to congratulate Dr Rebecca Verghese, a long-standing volunteer with the society who lives with MS, in winning an award at the “Mrs India Earth” pageant.
Winners of the James D. Wolfensohn Award come from all over the world
Examples of accessible resorts and services shared by our members
Sheela Chitnis, founding member of MS Society of India (MSSI), featured in India’s #Beboldforchange campaign for International Women’s Day
For the last 19 years the MS Society of India’s Chennai Chapter has marked the 'Month of the Caregiver'
Ahmed Darwish from Egypt has won the 2015 James D. Wolfensohn Award
One girl’s story of fighting for success in Mumbai, India
The MS Society of India recently organised two high-profile events
The Mumbai Chapter organised a programme of talks in Surat, Gujarat
Ann was presented with the K. Venkatanarayana TANKER Foundation Awareness Award in Chennai on 25 January 2013
The MS International Federation has announced its first six Du Pré Grants for 2014