KHUSHI CENTRE FOR REHABILITATION AND RESEARCH (known as Khushi Centre or KCRR), conceptualized in 2006 incorporated as a research based charitable Trust in 2008. KCRR works with the socio-economic weaker sections of the society for their empowerment. It has been working with a holistic and rights based approach by catering services in field of Health, Environmental Health, Socio-economic and Medical Rehabilitation, Rural Development, Education and Disaster management.
To create a healthy living for disaster affected population of Sikkim.
To provide preventive, curative and rehabilitative health care services at primary level.
To promote health and well being through educating homeless people to adopt healthy lifestyle and behaviors.
To assess the health needs of the homeless people, design and implement strategies to meet those needs.
Homeless and disaster affected population living in North Sikkim.
Total Number of Beneficiaries:
Earthquake affected population in North Sikkim
Duration of the Project
It would be one year January, 2012 to January, 2013
Rehabilitation of the families living in distress, mental trauma & environmental health hazards.
Increase in awareness among the children on the basic concepts of Environment, Biodiversity and Environmental Health.
Developing consciousness and awareness on the relationship of our health with the environment, ecosystem and biodiversity.
Arrangement of Accomodation, logistics and transportation for the holistic team working in the intervention area
Honorarium for the volunteers & consultants as per their responsibility.
Administration cost for the successfully execution of this project
Creating livelihood and employment opportunities for further development and growth of the local population
Meaningful Engagement Centre:
Centre for providing knowledge base services to address the immediate need at primary level
Also refer for secondary & tertiary level with the concept of holistic development.
Centre for understanding the peer pressure, mental & physical cravings
Provide counseling, various therapies to the earthquake affected people
make them self reliant, rejuvenate and Happy
Environmental Health Centre:
Centre for controling preventable, communicable and vector born diseases
Knowing the health needs and tracking the health profile of the target homeless and vulnerable groups within it.
HCRC- Homeless Care & Rehabilitation Centre aims to
Alleviate the problems arising from the high morbidity of homeless people
Address the issue of high usage of secondary care services by homeless people.
Providing a suitable alternative for homeless patients to be discharged
Facilitating the treatment of medical conditions
Providing accommodation and yet are not critical enough to warrant acute hospital admission