Helping communities help themselves


At Tribal Health Initiative we believe that every community has the resources needed to help themselves. That is why over 80% of our team is drawn from the Malavasi, Lambadi and Dalit communities that live in our field area.



Our 24-bed hospital provides subsidized inpatient and outpatient care in the Sittilingi valley. We have a fully functioning labour room, a small neonatal ward and an operation theatre staffed by five doctors and a dedicated team of health workers. Our thrice-weekly outpatient clinic treats over 100 people per day. View blog posts about our hospital.

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Community Health

We conduct regular outreach clinics in all villages in our field area, where we focus on maternal and child health as well as reach out to viagra pharmacy in india'>viagra pharmacy in india the elderly. Our outreach programme also trains one woman as a health auxiliary in each village, who encourages health promotion practices and viagra prescription acts as the first point of care.

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Our Farming Initiative enables farmers to practice ecologically and economically sound agriculture. We provide technical support, facilitate the use of new techniques and machinery as well as help with the certification process and marketing for organic produce.

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Our Craft Initiative helps Lambadi women preserve their traditional practice of embroidery. We provide them with technical support,  links to a growing urban market for their work and sponsor travel to craft exhibitions.

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