Shalom Delhi is a non-profit organization that seeks to improve the quality of life of people living with life-limiting illnesses like HIV/AIDS, cancer, neurological diseases and organ failure.
Shalom was established in 2001 to provide care for people living with HIV/AIDS in Delhi. In 2011, its services were expanded to include people with other life-limiting diseases as well. Shalom targets those persons in society who are marginalized, as they are the ones who find it hardest to access care; hence, a large number of Shalom’s clients are from the economically poorer sections of society and services are provided to them at a highly subsidized cost.
Shalom targets those persons in society who are marginalized, as they are the ones who find it hardest to access care.
Shalom adopts a comprehensive approach in its provision of care, seeking to address the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual needs of its clients and their families. It has a multi-disciplinary team of staff members providing care in hospital, home and community settings.
Shalom Delhi is a Unit of Emmanuel Hospital Association (EHA), which is a federation of hospitals and community development projects in North, North East and Central India. EHA is committed to the transformation of communities with programs that invest in the health and well being of everyone irrespective of caste, creed or race.
To read more about EHA, you could visit its website at www.eha-health.org.
EHA is registered under the Society Registration Act 1860. Registration number is 4546/1970-71 dated 18-05-1970.