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  NGO Name

Sambhavna Trust

  Year Established

1995

  Primary Contact

Satinath Sarangi

  Address

Bhopal Peoples Health and Documentation Clinic

 

44, Sant Kanwar Ram Nagar , Berasia Road

  District

Bhopal

  State

Madhya Pradesh

  PIN

462018

  Email

sambavna@sancharnet.in

  Phone 1

-

  Phone 2

-

  Fax

-

     

  NGO Work

 

  Category

Public Health/Relief and Rehabilitation

  Website

www.bhopal.org

  Annual Budget

Rs.

  FCRA clearance?

No

 

 

         

  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.

No visit yet.

 
 
   

  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo

  1

 

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Amount Funded

  +  Princeton for Bhopal

$ 500

 
 

 Total 

$ 500

 

 

 

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  NGO Goals

 

 

The goals of the Sambhavna Trust include:
* Combining traditional and western systems of health care to evolve an appropriate care intended to provide sustained relief to chronically ill survivors of Bhopal.
* Developing systems of health surveillance and environmental monitoring through active participation of the community of survivors.

  Achievements

 

(To be filled in)

  Summary

 

The Sambhavna Trust is a charitable trust run by a group of eight eminent doctors, scientists, writers and social workers who have been involved with various aspects of the Union Carbide disaster ever since its occurrence in December 1984.

Sambhavna Trust estimates that 120,000-150,000 survivors of the disaster are still chronically ill, over 20,000 have died of exposure-related illnesses and more are dying still. Tens of thousands of children born after the disaster suffer from growth problems and far too many teenaged women suffer from menstrual disorders. TB is several times more prevalent in the gas-affected population and cancers are on the rise. The failure of the official system of health care contributes largely to the medical disaster in Bhopal.

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