Komal, 2 years old from Delhi, is suffering from heart disease and requires a Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) device closure. Her ailment has caused a hole between the aorta and the pulmonary artery and needs to be closed with the insertion of a device. This procedure set to be conducted at AIIMS, in New Delhi. Her mother Shoba is a housewife, and manages the three children. Dhanpal, the father is a white wash helper and brings home Rs 5000 per month to support his family. They need financial support to ensure their daughter gets treated, and gets a fair chance to live a healthy, happy life.
Krish, 9 years old from Haryana, is suffering from a cardiac disorder, and requires surgical closure of a Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) at Jaypee Hospital, in Noida. His mother Sandhya is a housewife, and looks after the three children. Sunil Kumar, his father works in a rice market and earns Rs 8000 per month. With a fairly large family it is close to impossible for Sunil to put together the funds required for Krish’s surgery and needs financial support.
Nitin Rabad, one month old baby from Mahrashtra, has had narrowing of the Pulmonary Valve since birth, which is a heart disorder and has been prescribed a Balloon Pulmonary Valvotomy which entails opening of the valve with a balloon, scheduled at Jupiter Hospital in Mumbai. His mother Rani stays at home and looks after her three children while her husband Santosh works as a farmer. He earns Rs 5000 per month, naturally the costs for surgery are well over his means and he has come forward to look for support to see his son through and live a healthy, happy life.
Rahul Pawara , 6 years from Maharashtra, has been diagnosed with a heart disorder called a Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) where there is a hole in the upper chamber of the heart that urgently needs surgical closure. This procedure is due to take place at Jupiter Hospital, in Mumbai. Rahul's mother Shevanti Bai is a house wife, she looks after her five children with JatuPawara, who is a farmer. He brings home a monthly income of Rs 3000 with which it is impossible to pay for Rahul’s medical costs – the only ray of hope to be able to live the life he deserves.
Rohit, 7 months old, from Madhya Pradesh, is suffering from a cardiac disorder called Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) and requires a surgical closure at Jaypee Hospital, in Noida. His mother Rajvati, is a housewife who looks after the two children and father Bhurendra, is a laborer who brings home Rs 3000 per month. It’s extremely difficult for him to put together the funds required for the treatment that is required to save his son’s life
Shriya Bogia, 12 years old from Jammu, is suffering from a heart disease called Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) and requires a device closure, scheduled to take place at AIIMS, in New Delhi. Her mother Meena, is a housewife and looks after Shriya and her two siblings. Parveen, her father works in a barbershop and earns Rs 3000 per month. He is struggling to meet the financial costs that need to be borne for Shriya’s surgery.
Vidhi Rawat, 2 years old from Uttar Pradesh, is suffering from heart disease and requires a Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) Correction at AIIMS, in New Delhi. Her father Sachin is a temporary worker and earns Rs 3000 per month. On this monthly income, it is exceedingly difficult for the family to put together the funds required to give their little girl a chance to live. We are committed to taking this financial burden off the family to ensure Vidhi gets the treatment required.
Zabbar, 11 years old from Uttar Pradesh, is suffering from a cardiac disorder and requires a Fontan Completion surgery at AIIMS, in New Delhi. His mother Shaeeda, is a housewife who looks after Zabbar and his four siblings. Dilshad, the father is a puncture mechanic and earns Rs 7000 per month with which he has to support his large family. They need financial support to meet the costs for Zabbar’s surgery and to give their son a chance to live.
Umra, from Aligarh and is the seventh child to Naseed Ahmad and Tabassum. She is six years old. Umra had pneumonia in February and turned blue. She was taken to Aligarh University hospital where she was admitted and stabilized. Subsequently an echo was done and she was found to have a heart condition called Tetralogy of Fallot. In this problem there is a hole in the lower chamber of heart with narrowing of the Pulmonary Valve. Umra, was given medicines and told that surgery was the only option to cure her. Her father works in a lock factory, earning around Rs 4000 per month. The doctor from Aligrah University hospital contacted Genesis Foundation to seek financial support for the surgery. The little girl was taken to Max Hospital in Delhi and operated. discharged in stable condition.
Tabasum, six years old, is the second child to Bhura Ali and Mehraaj. The family reside in Delhi. A couple of months ago, Tabasum awoke with an extremely high fever and was taken to a pediatrician for a consultation. Upon examination, an irregular heart beat was discovered so the parents took their son to Max Hospital, in Saket for an echo. It was then discovered that Tabasum was suffering from a heart disorder called Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) – there was a hole between the two many blood vessels. Both parents were counselled – surgery was their only hope to close the hole. As a plumber earnings Rs 7000 per month, costs of surgery were well over Bhura Ali’s means so the doctors contacted us for help. We were able to financially support this case, and today Tabasum is doing much better after the surgery.