The hospital is really important to the communities in the region.
It began as a missionary hospital - under a banyan tree, with boughs down to the ground providing great shelter.
These days, it provides maternity facilities and so is invaluable to the tribal people who come from the surrounding areas.
The hospital also does small 'minor injury' operations in a small operating theatre, and takes itself out into the communities, sending groups of doctors to do minor cataract operations out in the bush.
It also has an training facility for nurses.
Facilities in the hospital are basic, but serviceable
There is a steelworks near to Durgapur and when it is at full throttle it draws on the water supply. The water table drops and so it become difficult for people to access water.
They have a general lack of provisions and tend to fish in ponds. Thie roads are improving but there is a sense of isolation.
Despite their poverty, there is a big sense of community, looking out for each other and a sense of joy.
They make do with what they have. Many live in mud huts with thatched roofs. They are content with what they have and are very resilient.
The number of Christians in the Diocese of Durgapur is growing and they are forever building churches. Visitors are always made to feel extremely welcome.
When you go there, you first notice their poverty. But the other thing that jumps out at you is their sense of simplicity.