The second wave of COVID has devastated India. West Bengal too has been critically affected by the crisis. So to help COVID-19 infected patients who are in urgent need of oxygen therapy, we are providing them with oxygen concentrators but we need your support to secure more devices. We need help to save lives. 

    At Rural Health Care Foundation (RHCF), we are focused on providing high quality primary care in low cost to the poor and underprivileged communities in West Bengal.

    Our 11 out-patient healthcare centres, with General Medicine, Optometry, Dentistry and Homeopathy departments and a pharmacy with about 200 kinds of generic medicines, make primary medical care accessible, affordable and available to the rural and urban under-served communities across the state.

    We provide our patients with medical consultation at Rs.80 and 1-week supply of medications for free. We also provide subsidized spectacles. Cataract and pterygium surgeries are also provided for free, in collaboration with Rotary Eye Hospitals, with patients only bearing the travelling expenses.

    Till date, we have treated over 2.6 million patients at our healthcare centres and our mission is to improve the lives of many more.


    We are currently engaged in reaching out to the daily wage earners and underprivileged families, residing in West Bengal, with food, masks and soaps.  With no income during nation-wide lockdown, these families lost access to the most basic necessity - food. Countless have been going without food for days and their very survival is now at risk. At RHCF, our efforts are now focused on their health and safety.

    While our food kits of rations - rice, pulses, potatoes, oil, salt and biscuits -  are providing them with sustenance, the masks and soaps are protecting them against the virus.


    Cyclone Amphan has devastated several districts of West Bengal, with North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas and East Medinipur being some of the worst affected regions. We are working with the communities, whose homes and livelihood have been severely affected the by catastrophic calamity. 

    Food Relief
    We are focused on both dry rations as well as cooked meals, depending on  the needs of the affected people. We have till nor served over 26,000 families with food relief.

    Essential Materials
    The damage from Amphan has been severe. With many have lost their homes, materials such as tarpaulins and mosquito nets are being provided to keep them safe. 

    Medical Camps

    Illness and ailments often follow after cyclones. Our medical camps in Sundarbans are providing free treatment to the poor and have till date treated over 27,000 patients.


    Till date we have treated over
    2.6 Million Patients

    We have 

    Special Consultative Status with United Nations ECOSOC.

    We had been selected for 

    Yale University's Global Social Entrepreneurship India Program 2017-18. 

    A case study 

    On Rural Health Care Foundation has been published by Harvard Business School.

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    Our Principal Sponsor

    Sita Devi Malhotra Charitable Trust

    The CSR wing of SAR Group