|Medicines of thalassemia patients
Paras manglani, Sandhya, Dipak Chag , Nikita, Prafful Mehra, Kundan Sharma, Payal, Mayank thorani, Aushi vijayvargiya, Aditya, Adiba, Arav doris, Ashik, Bharat Sharma, Nisar, Gopal Soni, Jai, Komal Malakar, Mithun Nadim, Puja, Rahul, Sohal, Anjali saini, Sudhir, Gudia Vansika, Vasim, Vishvakarma, Monu, Umesh Vasvani
|Project of Adopted school (Recently we working in Atridevi Primary school Indore)
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Juice, snacks, certificate for public who are donating blood.
The former Daly College student has a diverse experience in the field of technology ,social entrepreneurship start ups, supporting youth business and social entrepreneurship start ups ,and in entertainment and public policy fields.
He has bagged the Young Leader Award at the 1st Youth Parliament held in 2014 in Delhi and proved his public speaking skill by winning various Model United Nations across the country in the past two years.
He actively writes for the Indore based daily -"Global Herald " on invitation .
His involvement with the organization has helped impart vigour and strength ,which is evident from the watershed "Man ka kanoon",the largest pan India awareness initiative on Swatchta done by the organization on 14th February ,2015.
We are a women and youth driven NGO working for the health and education of children.We believe in word of mouth publicity ,respect and reputation leading to sustainable public support from individuals and leaders from all walks of life have made us excel and grow bigger and stronger in the past 19 years.
On being approached by any diseased child we consult our team of expert doctors and take a decision to support the medical needs of the patient in the form of hospitalization ,surgery ,medicine and blood tests.Regular support is provided by the organization even after completion of medical treatment.
It was in 1996 that a group of enthusiastic and socially sensitive women in the city of Indore in Madhya Pradesh, India who were motivated to work for welfare of children started this journey with a blood donation camp in a government hospital. This journey that started 20 years ago is continuing since. Thalassemia and Child Welfare group is a registered NGO with eminent doctors, industrialists, social workers and educated women of Indore as its members.