Staggering number of people in the rural suffer or even dies every day due to lack of basic healthcare and infrastructure.
CFI Charitable Trust periodically conducts medical camps, eye care camps, for the benefit of rural population who cannot afford to go to private health care centres.
India's rural population suffers poor health due to lack of environmental sanitation and safe drinking water, under-nutrition, poor living conditions, and limited access to preventive and curative health services. Lack of education, gender inequality and explosive growth of population also contribute to increasing burden of disease.
CFI Charitable Trust has been in the forefront helping poor and needy people live a better life. All our social projects are groomed to bring transformation in the society.
Over the last 15 years, we have impacted thousands of rural communities through our health awareness programs, social developmental and sanitation projects. Through our health awareness campaigns we have educated the rural people about the importance of washing hands with soap, proper sanitation and hygiene habits.
CFI is privileged to be invited by the government of India to be a part of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. India has the highest rate of open defecation in the world resulting in the death of crores of people due to the spread of deadly diseases. 67% of the rural households in India do not have access to a toilet.
CFI has committed to construct 1000 public toilets across North India. Let us hope and believe nationwide cleanliness movement will bring transformation in our country and will give India global recognition.
CFI Charitable Trust envisions a disease-free nation and by all means will galvanise all our resources to achieve this ambitious goal. We sensitise people to have a healthy living environment where people can live with dignity.