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[[Image:THI_Sittilingi.jpg|thumb|300px|Tribal Health Initiative, Sittilngi]] '''Tribal Health Initiative''' is a public charitable trust located in the Sittilingi valley of the Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu. It was founded in 1993 by Dr. [[Regi George]] and Dr. [[Lalitha Regi]] and works for the health and development of the  Malavasi tribal community situated around it. It runs a 24 bed hospital, a community health programme, a farming initiative and a craft initiative, all predominantly staffed by people from the surrounding tribal villages.
 
[[Image:THI_Sittilingi.jpg|thumb|300px|Tribal Health Initiative, Sittilngi]] '''Tribal Health Initiative''' is a public charitable trust located in the Sittilingi valley of the Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu. It was founded in 1993 by Dr. [[Regi George]] and Dr. [[Lalitha Regi]] and works for the health and development of the  Malavasi tribal community situated around it. It runs a 24 bed hospital, a community health programme, a farming initiative and a craft initiative, all predominantly staffed by people from the surrounding tribal villages.
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Tribal Health Initiative, Sittilngi
Tribal Health Initiative is a public charitable trust located in the Sittilingi valley of the Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu. It was founded in 1993 by Dr. Regi George and Dr. Lalitha Regi and works for the health and development of the Malavasi tribal community situated around it. It runs a 24 bed hospital, a community health programme, a farming initiative and a craft initiative, all predominantly staffed by people from the surrounding tribal villages.


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