EIPC VISION
HEALTH FOR ALL

EIPC is a not a profit registered UK Charity provides palliative care completely free of charge to patients with a terminal illness, their families and carers in Eastern India. We believe everyone should receive the best care at the end of life, no matter who they are.

DEVELOPMENT

Popularise Palliative Care in Eastern India by spreading the simple message ``LIFE MATTERS`` and support the healthcare professionals-doctors, nurses & community workers- and encouraging them to delve deeper into this important branch of care.

CONSULTANTS & TEAM

EIPC is a Registered Charity in UK, consist of 40 UK Palliative Care Experts, Multiple UK/Australian NHS Consultants & Palliative Care Nurse Educators/Social Workers.

WE SUPPORT

Aims to relieve suffering, whether its cause is cancer, major organ failure, drug-resistant tuberculosis, end-stage chronic illness, extreme birth prematurity or extreme frailty of old age.

RECENT CAUSES

Support the EIPC mission of the Hospice & Palliative Care to increase access to palliative care for all people of Eastern India.

OUR IMPACTS

We aim to deliver the highest quality of palliative care to people with life-limiting or terminal conditions and their families.

TRUSTEES & TEAM MEMBERS

Too many families struggle to get the lifeline care they need. That’s why EIPC palliative care services and professionals, to help people get the best support possible.

PROF. SANKHA MITRA

Founder (Trustee)

DR. RABINDRANATH CHANDA

Consultant (Trustee)

Debtirtha Dutta

SOCIAL WORKER (TRUSTEE)

PRANAB BASU

Counsellor (Trustee)

RUNA MITRA

SOCIAL WORKER (TRUSTEE)
5240

FINISHED PROJECTS

2490

CREATIVE MATERIALS

250

EXPERIENCED MASTERS

7410

PROFESSIONAL AWARDS

THE RIGHT HELP
AT THE RIGHT TIME

Being there for you, listening & understanding.

PROF. SANKHA MITRA

Founder (Trustee)

DR. RABINDRANATH CHANDA

Consultant (Trustee)

MISSION

Cancer and HIV related diseases are now the leading cause of death in India. In West Bengal for example, we know that over 240,000 people a year are diagnosed with cancer. By the time they see a doctor, around eighty per cent will be in the late stages of the disease. Around sixty percent will already be in significant pain and just under half will be experiencing excruciating, unbearable pain. We also know that of all the people dying of cancer in West Bengal, only around 10,000 people, that’s less than five percent, receive any medication to help relieve this appalling pain and suffering.

The increasing evidence of need, coupled with the growing interest from health professionals and trusted partnerships with local organisations, led to the formation of Eastern India Palliative Care (EIPC). The overall aim of EIPC is to take a strategic approach to the implementation of palliative care throughout the region. The charity’s aim is to design and develop a replicable and sustainable best practice methodology for implementing palliative care across the region, disseminating the learning in order to achieve the widest possible impact and providing a tangible evidence base in order to lobby and influence government policymakers.

VISION

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IMPACT

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