Welcome to Project RISHI (Rural India Social and Health Improvement)! We are a non-profit organization based at the University of California Los Angeles whose focus is to improve the quality of life in rural Indian villages. To find out more about our organization and how you can get involved please visit our mission page.
Thanks to the generous donations by our sponsors Project RISHI is funding a physician and a nurse to visit Vadamanappakkam twice a week to give the villagers a regular source of healthcare. We have implemented various projects in our village already. For more information about our completed projects visit our completed projects page. To find out about our ongoing and current projects, please visit our current projects tab.
For more information about donating visit our sponsors page.
Donations are made through Google Checkout, by inputting the amount below:
Donations are also accepted by checks payable to Project RISHI, and mailed to our P.O. Box. For more information on our P.O. Box please go to our contact us page.
Project RISHI, founded in 2005 by Dr. Eri S. Srivatsan and 3 UCLA medical students, is based primarily at the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of California, Berkeley. We are currently accepting any volunteers that share our passion for improving the quality of life in Rural India, with a focus on our adopted village of Vadamanappakkam, 100 miles from Chennai in South India. Learn More!