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Project Prem Helps Struggling Students

Priya is the youngest of four children, and her family struggled to get by. She had been a part of the Compassion India Project, and then joined Project Prem (“love” in Hindi). One of the many educational efforts of Kachhwa Christian Hospital, Project Prem seeks to help struggling students progress in their education. Priya experienced…
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Update on Kachhwa Christian Hospital

EHA’s Kachhwa Christian Hospital began in 1894 as a tent dispensary and was developed into a hospital in 1897. Just two years later, the staff were treating 16,400 outpatients and 150 inpatients yearly, as well as performing 270 surgeries. Today the hospital has grown to offer a variety of services, including pediatrics, ophthalmology, oncology, facial…
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Healthy Animals, Healthy People

EHA’s community projects serve villagers’ many needs. At Jiwan Jyoti Christian Hospital, community staff have begun training farmers in better agricultural techniques and even conducting animal health camps. They have held 12 camps in 12 different villages, reaching 212 farmers and caring for 1,105 cows. The staff taught the farmers about planting kitchen gardens and…
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Making All the Difference

Deepak is one of nine children in his family, so at age 20 he moved to Chennai to continue his studies and work in a bakery to help support his family. One night while riding his bike home after work, he was hit by a small truck and seriously injured. His father brought Deepak home…
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Update on Jiwan Jyoti Hospital

EHA’s Jiwan Jyoti Christian Hospital began in the 1930s as a health clinic run by missionary nurses. In 1953, a nurse from the UK added a dispensary with a single room containing 5 beds, and there she delivered many babies as a midwife. In 1960, the first doctor joined the clinic. Today they have 75…

The Light of Transformation

Read all about everything EHA accomplished in the last year. Learn about eight key ministries of EHA's work, including disability work, disaster relief, and rescuing children from human trafficking. The stories will touch your heart. READ THE BROCHURE
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Restored and Reconciled

Rahul had traveled many places for cancer treatment and ended up in the large city of Mumbai. When the doctors there could not help, they sent him home. He had no more money and no hope. Then Rahul was referred to Prem Sewa Hospital for palliative care, but he and his family did not trust the team.…
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Update on Prem Sewa Hospital

EHA’s Prem Sewa Hospital was founded in 1966 by the Central India Christian Mission. They began as a small clinic with 12 beds, but today they have 35 beds and a staff of 80, including 7 doctors, 24 nurses, and 7 paramedical staff. In the course of a year, their outpatient department serves 48,600 patients, and…