We aim to provide our beneficiaries with the education and skills that will help them lead successful independent lives once they leave our care. Once they reach 18 many continue into higher education or are keen to take up vocational training to establish help them take their place in society.
Healthcare is fast becoming one of India’s largest industries - both in terms of revenue and employment - with healthcare delivery, which includes hospitals, nursing homes and old age homes, constituting 65 per cent of the overall health market. Factor in the Indian medical tourism industry worth US$3 billion per year and it’s plain to see the need for skilled health professionals is rising dramatically.
How we help
Our Certificate in Bedside Assistance Nursing Training Course (CCBANC) delivers employability-focused training for healthcare assistants through a three-month programme. Located in our Rehabilitation Center, class-based learning is complemented with practical teaching in our on-site, 50-bed hospital, dedicated to the care of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA).
Not only are we able to train our own pool of bedside assistants to meet demand in our expanding health projects, we are also providing our beneficiaries the opportunity to maximise their employment prospects in an expanding sector. The course is also open to those from low socio-economic backgrounds and rural, tribal and at risk communities within our district.
The course covers the essentials in providing supportive care to medical professionals and patients: hygiene, patient psychology, body mapping, basic pharmacology and home remedies as well as practical training in bed making, personal and medical care, administering medication and dressings, monitoring of patients and handling medical equipment.
Graduates receive help in finding paid placements in health institutions, including our own hospital.
Who we help
Applications are open to those over 18 with at least an 8th standard pass. If you would like to find out more about the course please email
How you can help
Donate to our education projects to help us train more young people in healthcare.
Over 40 million
US$ 280 billion
new healthcare jobs available in India by 2020
forecasted value of the Indian health industry by 2020
additional hospital beds needed over the next five years
senior citizens living in India today
beneficiaries employed as bedside assistant nurses in our hospital
This is the nursing and caring profession, and we don’t call them angels without good reason. For these are the stalwarts and backbone of the medical profession. Working tirelessly and doing everything they can to make their patients’ stay as comfortable as possible.