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Deep Griha, meaning “Lighthouse”, was registered in 23 July 1975 to address the health and welfare needs of the poor and neglected inhabitants of the urban slums. The Society began its work from one small dispensary but rapidly expanded as the needs of the community it served increased.
Today a staff of 130 (which includes doctors, nurses, social workers, school teachers, pre-school teachers, technical instructors, and accountants) operates within an area of many thousands. The Society serves slums around Pune with projects such as a medical clinic, nutrition education, rural development, vocational training, day care, and early childhood education.
Deep Griha’s latest project is City of Child, a place where orphaned and abandoned women and children can recuperate and go to school in a rural setting.