BBH is registered with the Foreign Contribution Regulations Act 1976 for all foreign donations. It also enjoys 80G exemption under the Income Tax Act for local donations.
Arogya Grama is designed to promote health and well-being among people living in rural areas. It aims to prevent illness, disability and deaths due to diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, cancer (breast, cervical and oral), chronic lung disease and mental illness.
A collaborative project with the Government of Karnataka, the District Disability Rehabilitation Centre, identifies persons with disabilities in Bangalore Rural, assessing their health, educational, livelihood and social needs.
Children aged two to five years with developmental disabilities get the opportunity to experience therapeutic classroom settings at our centre run with the collaboration of the Spastic Society of Karnataka.
A unique community-based model of taking de-addiction services to rural areas. The villagers have access to a free-de-addiction services and counselling support by our trained team, at their doorstep.
Community members, families, village leaders and other stakeholders actively participate in the overall running of this initiative.
Recently, we have initiated a programme to help women overcome their addiction.
Using a van equipped with diagnostic (laboratory, ECG) and treatment facilities, a health team consisting of doctors, nurses, a laboratory technician visit rura villages and urban slums to provide quality medical care at subsidised rates.
Two teams of our Palliative Care Unit (one serving the city and the other serving villages in Bangalore Rural District) provide palliative care to those suffering from end of life conditions. Doctors, nurses and counsellors, serve patients at homes through planned visits; manage those having terminal cancer and incurable medical diseases while providing strength and confidence to their loved ones.