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Bella Health

Empowering women with the knowledge to make informed decisions about their reproductive & general health and educating men to support women in those decisions.

Our Goals :


Every man, woman and  child receives equal and the best available healthcare in India as a basic right. 


Enhance the health and quality of life of all we serve, especially women and children, through education, preventive care, primary care and empowerment


Find solutions to overcome and eliminate disparities in healthcare access and delivery systems so we can enable 100% affordable healthcare for all citizens of India.

Health Care Services

Health care services are provided through our mobile health ambulance that travels to villages and slums on a daily basis and our permanent outpatient clinic -Krishna Clinic in Shivpuri Banjarawala, Dehradun.

   Bella Health Care Charitable Trust, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001, India     Founded-2011      PAN No. AABTB8447M     Registration No. 309 336 254      Tax exempt u/s 80-G vide order No. 7790, Dated 10/10/2011      12-A vide order No. 6337, Dated 27/7/2011      FCRA Registration No. 347900217      R.A.I.D.(Rehabilitation of Abused Incarcerated & Destitute Women) Program      Village adoption program      Contact: 0135-2672227/9557122480      DONATE

Why Adolescents?

356 million youth in India

And adolescent reproductive health education is nonexistent. Misogynistic and ageist attitudes about adolescent girls are fairly universal across India and are manifested in key aspects of their lives: gender-based discrimination, early marriage and pregnancy, lack of education, and a dearth of formal employment opportunities. Poor reproductive health indicators show that a lack of this kind of education directly affects physical health through high rates of unsafe abortions, STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) and RTIs (Reproductive Tract Infections), early marriage and pregnancy, and unmet needs for contraception.

Total beneficairies who received services

Women, Adolescent and children received direct health care services

Beneficiaries attented a health education classes

Adolescent Reproductive Health Education

Reproductive Health Patients


Medicines distributed

Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding

Antenatal care/ Postnatal care patients

Family Planning Counselling & Birth control

Pelvic Inflammatory disease

Sexually Transmitted Infections

Uterus Prolapse

Urinary Tract Infections




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