Sponsor provisions and toiletries for a HIV infected child-Native Medicare Charitable Trust
Sponsor provisions and toiletries for a HIV infected child, INR 1520
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Overview

The Native Medicare Charitable Trust began operations in 1988 to reach its vision and mission. The vision of the organisation is, “Sustainable holistic development among the undeserved.” The NGO’s mission is, “Capacity building, promotion and support service towards achieving socio-economic empowerment.” Native Medicare Charitable Trust has been a leader in fostering and supporting the development of community-driven approaches to HIV prevention, care and support, and impact mitigation.

How It Works

• Native Medicare Charitable Trust provides assistance to HIV infected children once a year in the form of food for nutrition and cash for medical expenses and travel.
• These are given either directly at their houses or at the Trust's offices depending on the children’s health and their caretakers' condition.

Statistics

• 6-18 years – Age group of HIV infected children who are provided support in the form of food and medicines

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Food & Nutrition support 1165.00
Cash paid to beneficiary & guardianfor travel to office to collect benefits 100.00
Toiletries 255.00
Unit Price 1520
Quantity
Total 1520
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A Helping Hand
Deepakumar, 13 year old is an orphan boy from an infected family. He lost his parents & sister to HIV/AIDS. His aged grand parents are taking care of him with the meager income they get by cattle rearing. The family is not in a position to provide nutritious food or take care of his medical expenses. The balanced food and immediate medical attention is very essential for an infected child.
Deepakumar is supported by mobilization of donations for his education and nutrition food support and by linkages for treatment services. Deepakumar is being counseled for his ART treatment regularly and the grand parents are also counseled to provide care and nutritious food.
Deepakumar is regularly getting his support for his education and nutritious food by our linkages. He is studying in the 9th grade and performing well in his education. He is improving in his health by regular ART and properly supported by his grand parents. His future depends on the support by philanthropists.

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