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India is estimated to have 800,000 people diagnosed with terminal cancer every year, with a further 1 million living with other incurable diseases like AIDS.

India is home to some of the poorest people in the world. The projects below focus on these communities, providing quality healthcare to those who are often the most marginalised.

Life-saving projects we're running in India

India: Palliative Care

When access to healthcare is so restricted, curative options are quickly exhausted. People are then left fearing the very real prospect of dying in unimaginable pain.

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Student Elective Bursary

EMMS International offers bursaries to assist medical, dental, nursing and therapy students who are wishing to undertake an elective in a mission hospital.

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Delhi: Shalom HIV & AIDS Clinic

Shalom HIV & AIDS Clinic exists so that people living with these devastating conditions have somewhere they can go to receive care and compassion.

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Prem Jyoti: Protecting Mothers & Babies

Working to improve the health of mothers and babies in rural Jharkhand.

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