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The International Village Clinic serves the residents in the region of Uttar Pradesh, northern India. Its most pressing goal is to improve the health care available to the region's residents.

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In Uttar Pradash (bright green on above map), electricity is typically available for only a few hours per day. Before IVC, many in the region had nowhere to go for modern medical diagnostics and treatment.

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The clinic has been of great benefit in the region, particularly for the the young children and pregnant women who lacked access to health care before IVC was established.

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A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, IVC is among the most efficient of them all, with just 1% of the money it receives spent on administrative costs.

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International Village Clinic (IVC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit, non-sectarian organization, dedicated to bringing health and medical services to the poor villages of India. IVC's goals include disease prevention and treatment, such as vaccinations, nutrition for children and health education.

October 28: Celebrate with IVC!

Elephant.

It's an evening of food and drink in Eden Prairie with a short presentation by Dr. Sharah highlighting recent IVC achievements.

 

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Health. Education. Income.

The people of rural India will enjoy better lives when they have improved access to health care, educational opportunity, and reliable sources of income. Our long-term goal is to encourage the development of all three.
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Curative Program

Serving over 70 villages and 60,000 patients per year.
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Preventative Program

Serving 48 villages and 150,000 people per year.
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IVC's Facilities

Clinic compound.
Clinic compound.
Mobile facilities.

The facilities pictured above are recent photographs. They provide access to better health for the residents of the impoverished villages in eastern Uttar Pradesh. Read more »