We’ve found the best way to medically assist the poor of Calcutta is through a multi-specialty general hospital, rural clinics, and our red-light projects. We provide free treatment to 40% of the 100,000 patients we see each year.
A 173-bed and 30 multi-specialty hospital and pharmacy provides quality health care to all people, irrespective of their caste, religion, or ability to pay. Special attention is given to children with cleft palates, leukaemia, and thalassemia.
Rural clinics provide free treatment in Calcutta’s rural villages. Impoverished families and students in our schools find the help the need for their ailments and deformities.
Women and their children find the medical help they need, without fear of abuse or discrimination, through our red-light clinic. Rescued sex workers receive job training and alternative employment through our Red Light Rescue project.