The COJAH hospital was built in 2008 and was inaugurated by our foundation as the City of Hope and Joy Hospital in 2009 in the town of Kameswaram.
- Address the primary health care needs and medication of several extremely poor villages in southeastern India.
- Provide surgical assistance to about 50,000 people
The village of Kameswaran is located in the district of Nagapathinam in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu in the southeastern end of the country.
- Many habitants receive check-ups once a week
- Citizens receive their appropriate medication
- Weekly training in health and hygiene are conducted
- Direct: 300 people per week
- Indirect: Relatives of these people, and the communities of the three villages served and their surroundings. An estimated 50,000 people.
The City of Hope and Joy (COHAJ) hospital was built in 2008 and was inaugurated by our foundation as the City of Hope and Joy Hospital in 2009 in the town of Kameswaram. The main objective is to promote surgical and medical assistance for approximately 50,000 habitants of Kameswaram who currently live in extreme poverty.
The foundation also contributed in constructing a home, which equipment provided, in which the volunteers of the hospital could stay.