Centre for Public Health and Food Safety (CPHFS) is an independent, research and advocacy based multi-disciplinary not- for- profit national level Scientific Society registered by Government of India under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 headquartered at Delhi. Our organisation is dedicated to the improvement of the public’s health and Food safety in India by positive implementation of the policy and practice, education, empower and support communities and individuals to live healthily.
Centre for Public Health and Food Safety (CPHFS) is foundered by a group of young corporate professionals to work with grassroots initiatives for effecting positive changes in the field of Public Health safety.
Centre for Public Health and Food Safety aims is not only to bridge people with science and technology for healthy living but also to work in the field of Healthcare, Poverty, Population control, Unemployment, Human rights and community Development, Placement linked Skill Development Programme, Adult Education and Skill Development, Women and child empowerment, Promote cultural & moral values and Environment protection and enhancement.
Our vision is to work proactively on key areas in public health and Food Safety, calling for changes across public and private organisations, government and local authorities to improve health and wellbeing across India.
Centre for Public Health and Food Safety (CPHFS) is committed for publishing high quality, top-tier significant, innovative original research in a broad array of fields including Science, Medical Science, Life Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science, Food Science, Pharmacy, Technology, Engineering, Education, Social Sciences, and Humanities etc.. Each journal is unique in its offering editorial process, transparent Double-Blind Peer Review (DBPR) process, and managed by editorial board members who are prominent researchers/academicians/scientists in the fields.
Our mission is to Improve Public health outcomes of people of India by providing technical assistance informed by evidence and relevant operational research and activate a strong voice of the public health and food safety network by strengthening the capacity of public health professionals.
CPHFS's approach is to incubate initiatives and social enterprises that address critical gaps and workforce development in Public health and Food safety systems. CPHFS achieves sustainability and scale of its initiatives and social enterprises through market mechanisms, public-private partnerships and building educational-training infrastructure in India. We believe in the power of evidence-based research and information to bring about social change.
The Centre for Public Health and Food Safety (CPHFS) play an important role in the expansion of the Public Health and Food Safety through applied research, practice-based teaching, and professional service in India. This Public-Private Partnership (PPP) has proved improving the quality and reach of the programme related to Public Health. CPHFS is envisaged as a compact, professional and multi-disciplinary body to provide wide ranging professional and technical support to the Public Health and Food & Drugs Safety implementation.
Centre for Public Health and Food Safety (CPHFS) has a robust team of Food Regulatory Affairs Expert, Food R&D Expert, Environmental Expert, IT & Education Expert, Bio-Chemical R&D Expert, Chemical R&D Expert, clinicians and Pharma Regulatory Affairs Expert etc. who are supported by a Board comprising members from diverse fields. The leadership is supported by team of technical advisors, directors and managers who have over several years' combined experience in public health and development work. Members of this Governing Body meet once in every quarter.
CPHFS is a member-driven organization. The Board of Governing Body governs the affairs according to a set of by laws which were originally ratified by the membership through a vote. The by-laws are periodically revised and voted upon as necessary at the Annual General Meeting of the CPHFS.
CPHFS is dedicated to letting the voice of public health and Food Safety professionals be heard in India. Through strategic collaboration with public and private institutions, school, insurance companies, universities and other academic institutions, agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs),Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and other repute bodies of both national and international for work in the field of healthcare, poverty, population control, unemployment, human rights and community Development, placement linked Skill Development Programme, Adult Education and Skill Development, women and child empowerment, Promote cultural & moral values, Environment protection and enhancement, Public Health and Food & Drugs Safety implementation.
The accounts of the Society shall be audited by a qualified auditor (chartered accountant) every year appointed by the Governing Body of the Society. The financial year of the Society shall be from April 1 to March 31. A copy of the last financial statement and the report of the Auditor, shall be kept in a conspicuous place in the office of the Society.
The Governing Body shall submit a report on the working of the Society annually to the Appropriate Governmental Authority, if called for. Such report shall contain particulars regarding the work of the Society during the previous year and shall be accompanied by a balance sheet duly audited showing the income and expenditure of the Society during the said year.
Transparency is the key to trust and reliability of any organization. The Centre for Public Health and Food Safety (CPHFS) hence upholds absolute transparency in all its activities.
For this purpose, we comply with the Indian Accounting Standards issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). At the end of each financial year an Annual Report with financial audits and statements are published and made available to the stakeholders also uploaded on our website.
The Centre for Public Health and Food Safety (CPHFS) makes every effort to ensure that the information on this site in relation to CPHFS and also its activities is accurate and up-to-date, it does not accept any legal responsibility/ accountability for any omissions or errors on the site unless due to its negligence or the negligence of its employees.
While CPHFS makes every effort to vet external sites, it does not endorse or accept responsibility/accountability over any external sites that may be linked to or from this site.