logo favicon

Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust

Love, Serve, Remember

The Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust is located near Dehradun in the Garhwal region of the foothills of the Himalayas, and is designed to serve this region’s population of millions of people in great medical, economic, and social need. The mission of HIHT is to develop integrated and cost-effective approaches to health care and development for the country as a whole, and for underserved populations worldwide.


Recent Posts

Invitation to 18th Mahasamadhi Anniversary

Dear Divine Soul, Eighteen years back on 13th November 1996, our reverend Gurudev H.H. Dr. Swami Rama ji left his body, departing from this material plane into “Eternal Samadhi”.  With each passing year, the fragrance of our reverend Gurudev has spread transcending...

HIHT Artificial Limb Center

Man Bahdur, a 44 year old field worker, lost his right leg at work. Though he had been working with that machine for roughly twenty years, a temporary lack of attention changed his entire life course. One year after the accident and further one year after amputation,...

RDI Non Formal School

The Institute campus has had construction work going from day one. Since those days, we’ve been running a non formal school for the construction workers kids. The early ones settled around this region and have grown up acquiring technical skills and earning well. Over...

RDI Water and Sanitation Services

Over two decades since its inception, Rural Development Institute (RDI) of HIHT has worked on its vision to enable water, sanitation and hygiene activities with the objective to deliver sustainable health and hygiene benefits through improvement in Water &...

Livelihood Initiatives of RDI since 1990s have been as follows:

In the 90s, the following income generation activities were promoted : Poultry farming, Goat and Lamb rearing, Carpentry, Bee Keeping, Tailoring & Handicrafts (Stitching, painting, embroidery, Jewelry designing etc.). The decade of 2000 was focused on developing...

Recent Posts from Uttarakhand Floods