Emmanuel Hospital Association (EHA) is a fellowship of Christian institutions offering consistent, compassionate care to vulnerable communities across India through the provision of health care, education, and development programs.
20 hospitals and 42 community health projects serve people in 12 North and North Eastern states of India. The work is primarily in rural areas among poor and marginalized people, many of whom are Dalits.
EHA’s Vision: Transformed and thriving individuals and communities across India.
EHA’s Mission: To relieve suffering, promote holistic health, aid community development, and foster education among India’s poor and marginalized.
India is now in the throes of an apocalyptic surge in the number of covid 19 cases. Many are very sick and dying, oxygen is running out, hospital beds are unavailable, hospitals are over-crowded, front line workers are stressed and supplies are scarce. EHA has converted some of its 20 hospitals into covid centers and other hospitals are also caring for some patients with covid. EHA Canada is trying to help by supplying funds for the purchase of equipment such as beds, drugs, and by subsidizing costs for patient care. The migrant worker crisis of a year ago is another dread possibility.
Thank you for supporting EHA! Our goal is to raise resources to support EHA’s efforts to serve the poor in the name of Christ in North India. Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding funding the ministry. We welcome your interest and participation.
PLEASE NOTE: All donations are subject to a processing fee of 3%. As well, all donations given through the CanadaHelps website are subject to an additional 3.5% processing fee. There is no cost for giving by e-transfer.
Don’t miss this inside look at an EHA hospital doing its best to care for patients during the severe COVID-19 surge in India. Live interview with Dr. George Clarence (Senior Administrative Officer) and Mr. Raj Kumar (Project Manager, Community Health & Development Projects) at Landour Community Hospital. Landour is located in the very north of …
CHINCHPADA CHRISTIAN HOSPITAL Praise The decreasing patients from Covid Many patients who have gone home well many staff who had infection have recovered. Provision of all our needs The new oxygen generator Prayer Many people who have lost loved ones. Many of our staff who have lost parents and close relatives. some parents are still …
The Duncan Hospital Praise Points: God has continued to protect us during the Covid pandemic. All infected staff recovered completely. Praise God for all the donors who gave. For those who kept us in prayer and were a voice for us. We were able to purchase a lot of essential equipment. Prayer Points: Continue to …