How you can help…

Undertaking research, delivering training courses at affordable fees and engaging in longterm field based development work are resource intensive. We are in need of more support for our programmes and for adequately valuing high motivation level and professional skills needed for such work. As we share the memories created over the past decade of our work, we would deeply value your support. Join us in this journey of touching lives and making a meaningful difference by supporting our activities through donation of money, taking up or paying for our training courses or simply spreading a word about IPH and its activities.

Donation to IPH are tax exempt under the section 80G of the IT Act 1961 (No. DIT (E)BLR/80G(R)/685/AAATI5361C/ITO(E)-1/Vol2009-2010)

DONATE UNDER SEC 80(G): Indian residents and organisations can only donate, 50% of donated amount can be deducted from taxable income.

What we do?

We strive to strengthen health systems and improve population health in India, especially of the poorer and vulnerable sections in society, by providing scientific leadership through quality public health research, training and knowledge translation initiatives. So far we have trained more than 8000 government officials and helped improve access to hospital care for more than 130 million poor.

Where the money comes from?

We raise funds through participating in competitive research and development grants. A smaller but valuable support also comes from individual donors.

Where the money goes?

We are a not-for-profit organisation registered under the Karnataka Society Registration Act. We strive to use a major part of the funds to support high-quality meaningful research, subsidised training courses and ongoing longterm community engagement initiatives in Karnataka, keeping the institutional overheads minimal.

Admissions open for 2018!

This course will enable health professionals to write scientific research articles that can be published & to equip them with skills to cite & manage references/ bibliography.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Share This