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PHI – Lanthropy

The effort or inclination to increase well-being of human-kind, as by charitable aid or donations. 

Introduction to PHI-Lanthrophy

One of the most pivotal and momentous occasions in Dr Tapan’s career was when he was asked to assist Dr Matteo Clemintoni in treating Katie Piper. Thanks to Katie and her inspirational, ground-breaking work with charities and acid attack survivors, more and more people are aware of this serious issue and the impact both the attack and the treatment has on all those affected. 


We have gone on to treat many other patients that have unfortunately fallen victim to attacks beyond their control.

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Charity Fund Raising Ball: 13th October 2018

Dr Tapan And Gudiya Invite You To Sponsor & Attend


This year we would like to invite you to the Montcalm Hotel in London in the 13th October where we are aligning our efforts with the wonderful team at YES.

The YES team have a unique mix of skills, with many Yezidi key workers and doctors living and working in Kurdistan, Iraq, and Europe. There are also many international humanitarians who either consult on medical issues or help with fundraising.


Charity Fund Raising Ball: 13th October 2018

Since YES opened on the 15th of April 2018, their antenatal clinic has gone from strength to strength. They have provided healthcare to over 300 women, not just pregnant mothers but all women who seek free medical care from a female doctor or nurse.


YES projects include:

  • Vital medical care.
  • Distributing winter clothes.
  • Passing on donations.
  • Distributing food.
  • Paying for medical procedures.
  • Providing footballs to children who have nothing to play with.
  • Liaising with other NGOs to distribute solar lights, livestock and general aid.
  • Providing educational accessories and toys to orphans and children in need.

"The Boy In The Wheelchair Cannot Walk, The Boy Pushing Is Blind. One Guides While The Other Pushes. Helping Each Other And Overcoming Their Difficulties."

"The boy in the wheelchair cannot walk, the boy pushing is blind. One guides while the other pushes. Helping each other and overcoming their difficulties."

boy in wheelchair

Helping schools

In 2001, the Gujarat earthquake impacted some 150,000 people. Both Dr Tapan and Gudiya were visiting India at the time and were able to help set up a relief camp within just a few hours, with the help of local volunteers.

They now both sponsor a school in a remote village in India, where children walk up to 6 miles a day to receive an education.

helping schools

Your donation provides:

• all books, equipment, materials and stationery for daily lessons.
• food for the daily meal: Rice, dal, vegetables, porridge, potatoes and some fruits.
• all uniform and clothing for the children.
• a small salary for the teachers.
• dental care, First Aid supplies and vitamin supplements.

It also covers the monthly rent of the building, all utilities and maintenance costs as well as
affiliation to the Himachal Pradesh Board of Education and all examination fees.


Dr Tapan and Gudiya’s own children have since made that journey, which has made a lasting impression on them.


PHI Clinic
102 Harley Street,
W1G 7JB,
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 7883 317963

Opening Hours

Monday & Tuesday - 9:30am to 6:00pm
Wednesday & Thursday - 9:30am to 8:00pm
Friday - 9:30am to 5:30pm
Saturday & Sunday - Closed

Opening times can change, if your appointment is outside of these times please contact the clinic for confirmation.