Sambhavna Clinic

Originally opened in 1994 off the back of our first appeal in the Guardian, the Sambhavna Trust Clinic is dedicated to providing free healthcare to survivors of the Bhopal gas disaster and ongoing water poisoning.

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Sambhavna Clinic

Originally opened in 1994 off the back of our first appeal in the Guardian, the Sambhavna Trust Clinic is dedicated to providing free healthcare to survivors of the Bhopal gas disaster and ongoing water poisoning.

To meet the medical needs of survivors – breathing difficulties, damaged eyesight, reproductive complications, rising cancer rates, and more – Sambhavna offers a range of modern and traditional therapies.

Managing Trustee Sambhavna Clinic, Sathyu Saranghi

A short film documenting the work at the Sambhavna clinic, narrated by Managing Trustee Sathyu Saranghi

About the Sambhavna Clinic

The work carried out by the Sambhavna Trust has shown that it is possible to evolve simple, safe, effective, ethical and participatory ways of treatment monitoring and research for the survivors of the Bhopal Disasters.

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Appropriate care

Provision of appropriate medical care is one of the central activities of Sambhavna. Read about our guiding principles.

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Ayurvedic Medicine

Significant features of Ayurvedic healthcare at Sambhavna include the use of medicines described in standard texts, often produced on site, rather than factory-manufactured drugs.

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Community Healthwork

Sambhavna believes in empowering the community and the individual to take control of its and their health. The eight community healthworkers at Sambhavna are the only ones of their kind in all Bhopal.

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Western Medicine

Care is provided through three different units: General Medicine, Gynaecological Care and Psychological Healthcare

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Yoga Therapy

At Sambhavna yoga has been found to be particularly beneficial for people suffering from chronic diseases involving the respiratory, musculo-skeletal, neurological and endocrine systems.

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There are still over 100,000 people suffering from chronic illness as a direct result of the 1984 disaster and a third generation is now blighted by the ongoing water contamination. Our clinics are the only places where both groups of people can get free, first-class healthcare.

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