OUR STRATEGY

ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY

ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY

INGA Health Foundation provides
training, establishes surgery centres,
implements processes and enhances
accountability with the objective to
enhance long-term sustainability.

ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY SEGREGATION

INGA Health Foundation segregated
roles and responsibilities for
each medical professional on its
roster. INGA Health also deployed
administrative personnel, enhancing
organisational efficiency.

ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY

PARTNERSHIPS

INGA Health Foundation has entered
into partnerships with government
organisations, medical associations
and private sector players to raise
funds and conduct surgeries,
enhancing asset-lightness and
access to resources.

ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY

CULTURE OF CARING

INGA Health’s success has been derived
from a culture of caring leading to
accelerated patient recovery. This
has been derived through adequate
sensitisation, investment in state-ofthe-
art equipment cum best-in-class
materials and the engagement of
trained practitioners.

ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY

ENHANCED TRANSPARENCY

INGA Health Foundation believes that
its donations and contributions are
the result of its governance ethic,
demonstrating responsible use and
accountability.

ENHANCING SUSTAINABILITY

RURAL FOCUS

INGA Health Foundation partnered
with like-minded institutions to
extend its services and enhance
awareness on the subject across
India’s rural masses.

Being Human

We were touched that INGAHealth Foundation was working in an unconventional area. Since Being Human is associated with child projects, this intervention made eminent sense: a corrective surgery could return the children to normal lives. I would like to mention the case of Dhyan – a child from a wealthy family abandoned because he was sufering from a cranial deformity – a one year old child. He had no structure to his face as a result of which he was not able to bite food. He made us realise that these alictions transcend the established notions of socioeconomic stratiication. Following surgery, Dhyan is absolutely normal today.

Mrs. Loretta Lewis – Co-ordinator for medical projects, Being Human