Welcome

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.

Emmanuel Hospital Association Canada was founded to support and promote the work of EHA abroad. Since 1999, our Board of Directors has worked to fundraise, foster prayer, and raise awareness for both our parent organization and for other Christian organizations whose work in India is aligned with EHA’s mission and values.

Why India?

Abraham Ninan, our co-founder and Executive Director, served as one of the founding members of EHA in India nearly 50 years ago. When he and his wife, Leela, moved to Canada in the late 90s, they hoped to bridge the compassion and generosity they saw in their new home with the need which they had encountered through their work with EHA in India.

Nearly 20 years later, EHA Canada still sees a need for this bridge. The individuals we serve continue to face prejudice, marginalization, and poverty. By pairing the generosity and prayers of our global support base with the skills and knowledge of our partner organisations in India, we bring hope and transformation to the lives of India’s most vulnerable.

Mission: To relieve suffering, promote holistic health, aid community development, and foster education among India’s poor and marginalized.

Vision: Transformed and thriving individuals and communities across India.

Clinical Services and Community Health Projects

20 hospitals and 42 community health projects serve people in 12 North and North Eastern states of India.

Emergency Assistance during Disasters

Immediate response during disasters includes providing, food, shelter and medical care. EHA also provides long-term solutions by training communities in disaster risk reduction and stabilization.

Co-operation with other Agencies

EHA works with Government agencies in a health insurance scheme and various prevention programs.

Education

EHA has a robust educational program including 7 nursing schools, Pediatric postgraduate education, Family Medicine training and ongoing programs in neonatal resuscitation care and emergency obstetrics. There are also 2 English Primary Schools.

Spiritual Ministries

Recognizing physical, economic, and social solutions do not go far enough, EHA has a spiritual emphasis. Through its entire staff including a pastoral team and other partners EHA seeks to address spiritual issues.

Focus on the Poor

The poor and marginalized including a large number of Dalits suffer from limited access to basic health care and inadequate community services. EHA seeks to transform communities with special emphasis on the poor and marginalized in the name and spirit of Jesus Christ.

Connect

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 1%. 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.

How to give:

    • Give Online
    • Give through e-transfer (ehacanada @ gmail.com)
    • Give by Direct Deposit
    • Shares and Securities
    • Give by Mail:

EHA Canada
8-115 Meadows Blvd.;
Saskatoon, SK  S7V 0E6

EHA Canada is a recognized Canadian charity (897837829RR0001).
Our books are externally audited annually.
All contributions are tax deductible.

Contact Us: alninan @ ehacanada.org

 

Learn about (and donate toward) EHA’s involvement in the response to Covid-19:

Blog

Update from Saira Paulose, EHA India Executive Director

All across EHA locations, community spread of COVID is happening. Duncan Hospital has been enlisted as a designated COVID hospital with 50 beds allocated on the top floor of the IP building. Government has provided testing kits. DHR – 8 staff from CHDP and their spouses have been tested positive. 2 consultants and others positive. …

06.20.20 Shalom Story

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought enormous change into our lives and the lives of the individuals we work with. Pressing needs are narrated to us in our daily calls to them and are shared openly by those who are coming to Shalom for treatment – savings have been used up, many have lost their daily …