Train a cancer survivor to make prosthetics or bags-Indian Cancer Society
Train a cancer survivor to make prosthetics or bags, INR 750

Cancer patients living with cancer and cancer survivors wish to have as normal and fulfilling a life as those of us who are healthy and well desire and need it. ICS has been rehabilitating cancer patients and survivors since many decades for this purpose. The ICS Rehabilitation Centre houses workshops where patients are given vocational training according to their individual needs. The aim is to add quality to the lives of cancer survivors and to ease the mental tension and make a livelihood for those undergoing treatment.
The Basics

Patients are taught mat making, tailoring, bag making and printing
They also are trained to make various prosthesis like breast prosthesis, colostomy bags etc.
Apart from training they receive a stipend, midday meal and snacks, monthly rations and medical aid
Daily, on an average 70 cancer patients are provided a midday meal
40 outstation cancer patents are given dinner packets as well
Tea or milk and biscuits are provided daily
Fruits are given once every week
Special care is taken for patients who are unable to swallow solid food through food supplements such as Glucon -D, Complain and extra milk

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Instructors Salaries 200.00
Raw Materials 105.00
Electricity, office and admin expenses 185.00
Maintainance and building upkeep 260.00
Unit Price 750
Total 750
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42-year-old Sangeeta Pawar is a widow. She belongs to a very poor family, living with her two sons, in Thane, Maharashtra. She was working in Asha Mahila Santha as an out-reach worker where her monthly income was Rs. 4000. After the diagnosis of ovarian cancer she could not continue her job. She was very tense and troubled both psychologically and financially.
Thanks to the ICS interventions Sangeeta is a happy and motivated person today. She can continue her follow-up treatments and is no longer tense or frustrated.
The social worker and Director counselled her to continue with her treatment. ICS supported her financially for her chemotherapy and supplementary care. She was enrolled for the 6-month tailoring at the Rehab centre. She gets a stipend of Rs. 100 per day. She additionally gets monthly rations, free food, rent for her accommodation and general medicine reimbursement of Rs. 1000.

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