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The Story of Shiva

Seventeen years is how long Lalmati and Mohanlal had waited for a child to be born to them. Their happiness knew no bounds when Lalmati’s pregnancy was confirmed. They couldn’t wait to meet their little bundle of joy, and it seems, neither could he, for their little son, born at 28 weeks, was born 12 weeks premature, in his impatience to cuddle with his loving parents. The premature birth itself was a terrifying ordeal for the family, with their tiny baby weighing only a kilogram, and it meant constant vigilance by doctors in the intensive care unit. Read More

The Story of Baby of Parvati

Parvati and Shyamji were elated to be expecting their first child. However, their happiness seemed short-lived. Their newborn daughter began to turn blue right after her first cry, as she came into this world. The doctors then told the couple, that their baby was suffering from a congenital heart defect. Though shocked, they were determined not to lose hope. They were willing to go the extra mile and do whatever was in their power to find answers. Read More

Kids Supported

Baby of Jaseela

Baby of Jaseela, seven months old from Kozhikode, has been suffering from a heart disorder called Tetralogy of Fallot and requires corrective surgery at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, in Kochi. His mother Jaseela stays at home and looks after the two children she has with Abdul Nazar, who is a daily wage worker in a factory. He earns Rs 8000 per month and cannot afford the life-saving surgery required for his son. He has reached out to us for financial support for the surgery, and we are committed in providing this.


Rishik, 11 months old lives in Kerala with his mother Jamshiya and father SubashBabu. He was diagnosed with a heart disorder called Tetralogy of Fallot, which has caused a hole in the lower chamber of his heart with a narrowing of the pulmonary valve. He was operated at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, in Kochi and is now recovering. Subash Babu, is a worker in a factory and brings home Rs 8000 per month. The family struggles as they have three children, bringing together the money to get the necessary treatment for their son was just not possible. This is where we stepped in to take the financial burden away from the family and give this baby a chance to live.

Bhary Gupta

Bhary Gupta, is one years’ old and was born in a government hospital in Kanpur. He was born through a natural delivery, and at the time of birth both mother and child were completely healthy. Till the time Bhary was ten months old he was perfectly okay, but that is when he started to face severe issues because of a cold and cough. Both parents took him to a neighbouring clinic where the doctor advised an Echo. An echo was conducted, which found that he was suffering from a heart disorder and required surgical intervention. The father of the child works as a helper in a pharmacy and cannot afford high cost of surgery. The child has been financially supported by Radha Chadha and has since been operated on and is on a road to recovery.


Rachna, ten years old is the third child to Ramakant and Prabhati, who live in Delhi. Rachna was born with a heart problem called Aortic Stenosis. In Aortic Stenosis the Aortic Valve is severely shrunk. An Aortic Valve is in between the Left Atrium and Left Ventricle as a result of Aortic Stenosis, less oxygen rich blood was flowing in Rachna’s body. The problem was diagnosed five years ago as she developed a high fever and became unconscious. Her parents took her to a local hospital where she was admitted and treated for the illness. During the echo, doctors noticed her heart problem. The parents were asked to consult a Pediatric Cardiologist. Ramakant works in a private company as a clerk, earning Rs 11,000 per month, he was naturally not in a position to afford the entire cost. One of his colleagues knew of a pediatrician in Apollo Hospital in Delhi so the parents took the child there, where a detailed echo was done. Both parents were told that the Aortic Valve could be opened with the help of Balloon in Cath Lab. The costs of surgery were taken care of by WPP India CSR Foundation. With their help, we were able to make this procedure happen, giving Rachna a chance to live. It all went off well and she has since been discharged in a stable condition.

Muhammed Raihan

Born in the Ernakulam district of Kerala, Muhammed Raihan was just two years old when he was diagnosed with ASD (Atrial Septal Defect) which is a condition where there is a hole in the upper chamber of the heart. Mumtaz and Rafeeq his parents were in shock when they heard of his illness. Rafeeq is a painter and earns Rs 7000 per month. Muhammed Raihan was treated for ASD in Amrita Institute. The aid for his life changing operation was provided by Genesis Foundation.