We are SDPF, dedicated to work for the poor and underprivileged girls.

upgrading their skill and thereby enhancing their employment prospect and better income potential with honour and dignities.


Our Project

Suchita Patient Assistant (SPA) came with courses of vocational training, which is very progressive and also innovative for the period of one year to meet the double edged problem of the present situations in the society. It is free for training, hostel with uniforms, shoes, bag, nursing training in hospital etc.

Our Vision

To endeavour in continuous improvement of quality of life of the marginalised sections of the community particularly women, children and socio-economic cultural underdogs and thereby build a society where people can aspire in realising their fullest potential.

INHS First Batch

A) Mrs Mana, Ms Bobby, Ms Sonali, Ms Sasmita, Ms Dipti, Ms Sulochana, Mrs Bhagyalaxrni and Ms Runi Denga are in Jahuri Beg Hospital as Nurses Kudiar, Jatni, Khorda.
B) Ms Tanuja as Diagnostic Asst. in KIDS Hospital.
C) Mrs. Minati is working in AIIMS.
D) Ms Jhuna is working in SUM Hospital.
E) Ms Manasi & Ms Kanak are in Baleshore Hospital.
F) Ms Gloria & Ms Varznia in Bangalore as SPA.
G) Ms Premsila & Ms Ambika are pursuing higher studies.
H) Mr Gopal Barik is in his profession, Barber.

SPA First Batch

A) Ms Papiya, Ms Sathi , Ms Laxmipriya Parida, Ms Sumitra , Ms. Sarojini & Ms. Sasmita are working as SPA.
B) Ms Sujata has applied for traffic police.
C) Ms Chinu & Ms Sumita are attending their sick mother.
D) Ms Sukanti,& Ms Hiss, are at home and shortly will be joining as SPA.
E) Ms Anima & Ms Laxrni Jena are going to higher study.

Our Approach

Our approach is double aged: It recognises that in order to improve the Old-aged & Sick, Pregnant Women in pre & post pregnancy ....

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Our Work

Due to the effects of Globalisation, the DNA of our old culture and traditions of the society have been shaken and the youth ...

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The passed out SPA students very happy as they have started getting their salaries just after a period of one year....

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Bank: State Bank of India
A/c : 32649069468
IFS Code: SBIN0012018
Minimum Donation: Rs 500.00

Our Latest Work


My wife has Undergone a major Spinal Surgery at the APPOLO , BBSR in Jan 2014 and post surgery. She was Bedridden and unable to move. In such a situation, SDPF came in to provide Home Nurshing and Patient care. I have been Utilising their services since Jan 14 till date.The Initial Periods When the Patient was not able to move the services of MS Sweety and MS Sathi were commendable , MS Sujata and MS Sumita too did well. They not only attend to the Patient's need but take care of the entire Household activities as if their own, giving no scope to complain.The girl in SDPF are properly trained and Psychologically prepaired to face any situation in an alien surrounding. Wish them Best of luck and bright future.
Mr Umakanta Acharya,Retd. Suptd. Engg, Baramunda, Bhubaneswar

1. Suchita Patient's Assistante is a Social Service Organisation, which has been rendering a yeoman's service in the field of geriatric care.
2. It is imperative to state that the Home Nurses provided by this organisation are not only well trained on the professional front, but also well groomed on social etiquettes and qualities like personal conduct, behavior and manners.
3. I must convey my utmost satisfaction and happiness at the services rendered by the Home Nurse provided by SPA to my father in the recent past. The Home Nurse worked with utmost dedication and devotion to a profound duty and profession such as geriatric care.
4. I wish SPA all the very bests for their future endeavors in this direction. Sh Subodh Chandra Mishra deserves special commendation for his selfless dedication and relentless efforts in providing comfort and care to the people of our society
Col SK Dash, Kalinga Vihar, Bhubanewar

I am extremely happy that Saraswati Dukhibandhaba People's Foundation, Bhubaneswar, have been able to provide me with patient's assistance in the time of need to take care of my old ailing bedridden mother, for the last three months. The service & care taken by their assistants, including the present one is highly satisfactory.
Mr. Chaturbhuja Mallick, Bhubanewar

Now for various reasons most of the senior citizens are being deprived of care when they are in acute need. But institutions like Sucheta Patient's Assistance Training Institute have come forward as hope of relief for the sufferings. Such institutes provide trained personnel to take care of the ailing/dying people. I had the pleasure to visit the institute and discuss on training programmes with trainees and management. During the period of training the trainees get the basic theoretical and practical exposure in basic nursing training. I have observed the service is adequate when I utilized their service for my ailing relation for more than six months. I have given certain suggestions to upgrade the standard and morals of the trainees. I congratulate them and wish the best in years to come.
Dr. Jhasketan Sahu, MS Director of Health Services ( Retd.),Govt of Odisha