Chingari Rehabilitation Centre

Founded in 2006 by two Bhopal survivors, Rashida Bee and Champadevi Shukla, the Chingari Rehabilitation Centre offers free treatment to children from gas and contaminated water affected families.

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Chingari Rehabilitation Centre

Founded in 2006 by two Bhopal survivors, Rashida Bee and Champadevi Shukla, the Chingari Rehabilitation Centre offers free treatment to children from gas and contaminated water affected families.

The Chingari Trust was founded in 2006 when two Bhopal survivors, Rashida Bee and Champadevi Shukla, were recognized for their activism on behalf of the thousands of survivors of the Union Carbide Gas Disaster, and were presented with the Goldman Environmental Award.

The women used the money from the award to found a trust that has several main functions: extending economic and livelihood support programs to gas-affected women and their families; taking up initiatives that help protect and support the rights of victims of the Gas Disaster, particularly women and children; and to promote the Chingari Award, which recognizes women activists in other parts of India who are fighting against corporate crime and environmental destruction.

About the Chingari Rehabilitation Centre

he Chingari Trust was founded in 2006 when two Bhopal survivors, Rashida Bee and Champadevi Shukla, were recognized for their activism on behalf of the thousands of survivors of the Union Carbide Gas Disaster, and were presented with the Goldman Environmental Award.

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Children's Stories

Read our accounts of how we have made a difference to the life of children who visit Chingani.

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Therapy at Chingari

The Chingari Rehabilitation Centre has taken upon itself the responsibility of providing medical relief and rehabilitating congenitally disabled children born to families affected by the Bhopal Gas Tragedy and the subsequent water contamination.

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Your money helps us provide free medical care to the survivors of the continuing disaster in Bhopal. We are funded almost exclusively by the generosity of ordinary people around the world.

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