• Our Activities

    Community Health, Income Generation, Women Empowerment & Skills Development Training
  • Areas we cover

    Select rural areas in The Nilgiris Hills, Districts of Coimbatore & Erode
  • Registered Under

    Registered Wholly Charitable Trust

"Service to Poor"

-The Hindu (23 June 2004)

"Hospital to be set up for poor"

-Indian Express (25 July 2009)

Bent on Taking care of Tribal

-Indian Express (15 July 2006)

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ORS-Our Reach Services Programmes

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Mobile Medical Camps - HAND

Villages/Tribal Hamlets men, women, childrens are examined of illness, given appropriate treatment with camp medicines, needy patients referred to specialized centres.


Training Sessions & Awarness Drives

DMFCCF conducted training programme on Human Anatomy, Personal Hygiene, First Aid & Treatment of Common Ailments

  • Success Stories:

    “Rajkumar, a 5 year old boy was abandoned by his parents because he was blinded by mature cataract. He was identified in one of the mobile medical camps in a remote and inaccessible tribal hamlet and cured. He is one among the many underprivileged lives that DMFCCF has been able to touch through timely diagnosis, medical advice and treatment assistance.”

    Rajkumar (The Nilgiris)
  • Success Stories:

    Nagaraj, a tribal youth belonging to the irular community who was found to be in hopeless situation in a remote tribal hamlet in the foot hills of the Nilgiris bordering Coimbatore district. Timely intervention came to his rescue in the form of our Medical camp in Sengalur tribal settlement in 2004. In the camp he was diagonised with congenital hernia which hampered his dialy routines as well his education. After counseling him to undertake corrective step he was referred to Government Hospital, Coimbatore for surgery and treatment. After recuperating from surgery in July 2004, it has opened the doors for this boy to complete his education and contribute his mite to his family and society.

    Nagaraj (The Nilgiris)