December 2016 Surgical Camp: Making a Difference

This past January, CRHP held its first surgical camp with our partner, the Freedom From Poverty Foundation.  This is where you first heard of our friend, Sarthak’s, story. Sarthak is only one of the many patients who have benefitted and will benefit from their free care and post-operation check-ups. This December, we are happy to... Continue Reading →

Developing an Aquaponics System at CRHP

Written by: Brad McFarland, CRHP Volunteer Aquaponics is a combination of hydroponics (growing plants in water instead of soil) and aquaculture (fish farming). Traditionally, a large percentage of water escapes into the ground and is not used by plants when they are watered. In traditional aquaculture, as waste builds up in the water, it is... Continue Reading →

When you give, I can give…

Giving Tuesday, December 2, 2014, is a global day dedicated to celebrating generosity and giving back. This year, CRHP wants to connect our donors, staff, and volunteers for Giving Tuesday by highlighting the impact our dedicated team is having on their community, thanks to your ongoing and generous support over the past years. If you are... Continue Reading →

Bringing Beekeeping to CRHP!

Written by Cameron Hawkins and Richard Grubb. After a successful fundraising campaign in late 2013, the team at the Rajanikant Arole Demonstration Farm (RADF) have developed a beekeeping project along with a partner organization in Mumbai, Under the Mango Tree. The project will provide a central demonstration at the RADF and provide training and support... Continue Reading →

Millennium Development Goals Momentum.

Written by Amy Mills, Bethea Robertson, Cameron Hawkins and Emily Foltz. With just 500 days until the target date for the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), CRHP takes a look back at its impact on the MDGs so far. Source: http://www.iarc.res.in/rio/MDG.html MDG1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger The link between increased income and improved health outcomes has... Continue Reading →

Agriculture in the Jamkhed Area: What’s Going On?

After several years of prolonged drought, it was expected that the situation facing farmers in the Jamkhed area today would have changed substantially. At the beginning of the year, a year-long research project was started that looks in-depth at the state of affairs regarding agriculture in this area. In this UN designated International Year of... Continue Reading →

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