A Beacon of Hope

"Visit to Landour Community Hospital"- An Account by Joy Antonia, Bill and Carol Huggan February 2019 was an exciting month for my family. My brother Bill, sister-in-law Carol and I (Joy), went on the trip of a lifetime to India. We wanted to retrace our parents' footsteps, who about eighty years ago, worked in Landour, India, where they served the poor, in the …

The loneliness of my house would’ve eaten me alive if I hadn’t found Kiran.

"The loneliness of my house would’ve eaten me alive if I hadn’t found Kiran,” says Maya. As a child, Maya enjoyed playing in the homes of her already married older siblings. She never felt anxious about her own future, even as she reached marriageable age. Maya’s mother fell ill and Maya became her primary care-giver, …

EHA brings hope to people with disabilities.

Almost one billion people in our world live with disabilities. Many of them and their families are trapped in a unending cycle of poverty, pain and despair. The problem is particularly onerous in rural North India where poverty, the prevailing belief system, ignorance and inadequate services take a heavy toll on people with disabilities, particularly …