Rehab India Foundation, the social development organization was founded on 17 March, 2008 by a group of people from various states of India. The team is dedicated to the development and empowerment of the deprived, irrespective of their religion, gender, colour or political affiliations. Rehab activities span across India.


Rehab India Foundation aspires to facilitate an equitable, caring and sustainable society where people are free from poverty and illiteracy.


To provide basic amenities equally to all human beings at large and contribute in the holistic development of the society so that everybody has equal access to education, livelihood, better health and economic opportunity.




Post date: Sat, 10/08/2016 - 13:57
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As national festival, Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated by the entire nation on 2nd of October to commemorate the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhiji. Rehab India Foundation celebrated the occasion in our VDPs with great zeal, enthusiasm and patriotism.

Deep insight into the life and times of Gandhiji was given to the children and encouraged them to think about the sacrifice of our freedom fighters and analyze the importance of freedom through activities such as speech, poem and skits.

Post date: Sat, 10/08/2016 - 13:50
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A delegation of about 15 students from the Center for Islamic Philanthropy and Social Finance (CIPSF) an Islamic NGO working in Malaysia, headed by Prof. Dr. Abd Halim Mohd Noor, visited The Milli Gazette office on the 1st of October, 2016. The purpose of their visit was to analyze and gather knowledge about how the Non-Governmental Organizations work here in India. Mr. Dr. Zafarul Islam Khan, Trustee of Rehab India Foundation was also present during this meeting.

Post date: Sat, 10/01/2016 - 17:06
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Like every year, Qurbani kits were distributed to the poor, needy and deserving people. Eid Ul Adha is one of the important festivals significant for love and sacrifice. Marking the Eid, more fortunate people share with the lesser ones. For many people in the country, food is expensive, especially the meat which is a luxury to some, making it extremely difficult for poor families to afford and consume it.

Post date: Sat, 10/01/2016 - 09:05
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“It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.” Rural health care is one of the greatest challenges that India is facing today. High mortality rates are subjected to poor healthcare facilities in the rural areas of India. Most of India’s population is living under the roof of rural setup. These poorly established houses experience lack of proper provision of water and electricity.