The Asha Kiran Society (AKS) began as a dream in the hearts of three young medical students in the late eighties. They dreamed of making a difference in the lives of poor people in the love of Christ and in the spirit of Christian service.
AKS began in 1991 as a mud hut hospital in Lamtaput village, a small remote corner of one of the most backward areas in the country. The medical facilities were nonexistent and the overall health and socioeconomic status of the area was dismal.
AKS is now a 45-bed hospital that offers various specialties like medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics, and basic surgery. They also head up other community services in areas of healthcare, agriculture, and education.
EMI India is honored to join hands with AKS in their plans to expand their existing facilities. The scope for this project is to provide a phased masterplan showing the existing and future expansions of the 20-acre site. While a smaller team from the EMI India office will visit the ministry in-person, EMI needs architects and engineers who are willing to volunteer remotely on this project.
Will you pray and consider joining us in designing a world of hope for AKS and giving hope to the people of Lamtaput?