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  NGO Name

CEHAT (Center for Enquiry into Health, A..

  Year Established


  Primary Contact

Abhay Shukla and Anand Phadke


Flat No. 3&4, Aman-E Terrace


Plot No. 140,kohturd






411 029


  Phone 1

(91) (020) 25452325

  Phone 2





  NGO Work



Community Healthcare


  Annual Budget


  FCRA clearance?





  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.

Date of visit : 2003
Name : Ravi and Aravinda

Date of visit: 01/01/2004
Name: Kaustubh Desai
Phone: 408-431-9294(C)


  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo



  Send email to chapter coords?


  +  Tempe / Venktesh Kalyanaraman
  +  Seattle / Prachi Vora

  Projects List

Amount Funded

  +  Arogya Sathi Project

$ 7000


  +  Arogya Sathi Project

$ 9317


  +  Training Women Health Workers

$ 5831



$ 8744


  +  Health rights resource centre

$ 15955


  +  SATHI CEHAT (2013)

$ 4444


  +  Health Rights Resource Center Phase 2

$ 8888


  +  Sathi-CEHAT (2013)

$ 333200


  +  SATHI CEHAT (2013)

$ 6960



$ 400339




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  NGO Goals



CEHAT is involved in Research, Action, Service, and Advocacy (RASA) on key health issues and has acquired the reputation as one of the leading NGOs in the health sector in India.






The objective is to launch and run a pilot project that will train selected villagers from tribal areas with basic knowledge in healthcare and medicine. The program will also aim towards upgradation of existing health workers/schemes in the tribal areas, hence leading towards a major improvement to the much needed health services in these remote areas.
The program aims towards training villagers to take up the role of “Community Health Worker” (CHW), so that they can diagnose and treat simple ailments. This will fulfill the dire need of “First Contact Care” units and hence save time and money to the villagers and also save them from being exploited by the unscrupulous. On a macro level, this program will have long term effects in reducing infant and child mortality, timely detection and more...




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