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Kids Supported

Diya Janesh

Diya Janesh, four months old from Thrisur, Kerala requires urgent surgical closure of a Ventricular Septal Defect, a congenital heart disorder at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, in Kochi. Her father Janesh is a welder and earns Rs 3000 per month, so he is naturally unable to afford surgery. We are committed in providing financial support and ensuring that Diya gets the treatment she requires to live.

Baby of Thulsi

Baby of Thulsi, was born on 30 November 2017 in a remote village in Palakkad, Kerala. He was delivered in a Christian Welfare Hospital, where soon after birth the doctors identified breathlessness so he was taken to a Neonatal ICU. The baby was then shifted to EMS Memorial Hospital, where the congenital heart disorder was confirmed. The doctors referred the family to Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, so he was transported in an ambulance alongside his father. An echo was done and the diagnosis was confirmed – Transposition of Great Arteries (TGA). In this particular ailment, the two main blood vessels of the body, the aorta and pulmonary artery arise from the wrong chambers of the heart. He had to undergo an emergency arterial switch operation on 4th December 2017. The huge cost of surgery was a major concern for the family as the baby’s father Sooraj is the sole earning member of the family. He works in a local photo studio called Elite Studio and earns Rs 155 per day. There was very short notice to put together the funds required, and even if time was given it would have been a herculean task. We were able to take this financial burden off the parents so that they could focus on the recovery of their son.


Kaustubh Sawant, three years old from Maharashtra, is suffering from a hole in the upper chamber of the heart – Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) which needs surgical closure. This procedure is scheduled at Fortis, in Mumbai. His father LavuJayram, is a farmer and earns Rs 3000 per month, with which it is impossible to put together the funds required for surgery.


Abhimanyu, three old from Agra, is suffering from a heart disorder called Tetralogy of Fallot and requires corrective surgery at Max Hospital, in Saket. His father Harendra is a tempo driver and earns Rs 7000 with which he supports his family. Making ends meet is difficult on a daily basis, bringing together the funds to get the treatment his three year old son urgently needs is impossible for. He has sought help from us, to financially support the surgery and we are committed to doing so.


Abhinav, a one year old boy from Haryana has been suffering from a congenital heart disorder called Tetralogy of Fallot, for which the corrective surgery took place at Max Hospital, in Delhi. His father works in a mobile shop and earns Rs 4000 per month – he needed support to meet the costs of surgery, the only life-saving option for his son. Abhinav, is now living a happy and healthy life.