The Uttarakhand Community Health Cluster is a cluster of over 47 charitable community health programs launched in 2008 covering a catchment area of 3 million people in the Uttarakhand region of India. This community of learning facilitates members to come together and cooperate for mutual benefit and program strengthening. The activities include training meetings, regular sharing of ideas and resources, joint advocacy around tobacco and disability and fellowship.


Building a healthier nation, by facilitating joint efforts and learning, by the power of the Almighty God who enables us


Coming together to make a difference


    Represent and advocate for cluster members

    Strengthen cluster members through creating a peer-to-peer learning environment, facilitating training and research

    Develop and share trainings and resources

    Confront India's leading health problems, such as: tobacco, injuries, disablity, HIV and AIDS encouraging fellowship

    Facilitate linking and contributing to the national and state health programs