Institute for Rural Health Studies


The Institute for Rural Health Studies (India) is registered with FCRA and is exempt under IRS section 80-G of the IT act. It is important to us to maintain our accounts with the utmost precision and care, making sure IRHS remains transparent and accountable. For more information please have a look at our audited accounts below.

Audited accounts:


The Institute for Rural Health Studies is entirely dependent on donations and small grants from individuals and organisations. The IRHS receives funds locally and from abroad. The Indian Rural Health Trust is a UK registered charity (#1101136). The Rural Health Studies Trust is registered under the Internal Revenue Service of the United States as a 501 (c)(3); a tax exempt nonprofit organisation. Both chairities directly fund IRHS.
Foreign donations recieved:

For more information about any of the organisations related to IRHS please contact us on one of the following:

Rachel Chatterjee opening Travellers' Aid for the Sick (1997)


Patients waiting in the IRHS Dokur clinic

Institute for Rural Health Studies
PO Box 50
Banjara Hills
Hyderabad 500 034
040 23384472

United States
Rural Health Studies Trust
Mr Michael Koltnow, Trustee
3623 Lillard Drive
Davis CA 95618
530 4000584

Unighted Kingdom
Indian Rural Health Trust
R. A. J. Livesley, Trustee

234a Abbeydale Road
Sheffield S17 3LA

07983476081 / 01142 621771

IRHS is the winner of the Ashoka
citizen base investment competitio