Provide a sick HIV infected deserted/widowed woman with provisions, clothes and toiletries-Native Medicare Charitable Trust
Provide a sick HIV infected deserted/widowed woman with provisions, clothes and toiletries, INR 2000
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Overview

The Native Medicare Charitable Trust began operations in 1988 to reach its vision and mission. It is a leader in fostering and supporting the development of community-driven approaches to HIV prevention, care and support, and impact mitigation.

How It Works

• Most of these women are single parents abandoned by their husbands or widowed.
• The beneficiaries are identified by the organisation’s field workers, counsellors, and sometimes through hospital referrals.
• Support is provided to the whole family for education, nutrition and emergency needs.
• Provisions are provided in kind.
• Nutrition is provided for each woman in the form of food products like Horlicks, dates, pulses, soya etc.
• That project has been completed now.
• One woman is supported once a year and is not immediately supported as there are many such women to be helped.

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Provisions 1345.00
Cash paid to beneficiary for travel to collect benefits from our office 50.00
Toiletries 255.00
Clothes 350.00
Unit Price 2000
Quantity
Total 2000
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A timely help in distress
The husband of Sunanda was a painting contractor. She came to know that her husband was infected only in his terminal stage of TB. To add to this misery she was also declared as positive. She with her meager income as a daily labour in a mill is supporting her family of a son and daughter. She fell ill due to a tumor developed in her back. She needed a surgical operation but nobody supported her
She was admitted in the government hospital with our support. As she is the only earning member of the family we supported the family of this widowed woman by supporting for food and medical expenses.
Sunanda is now back to her regular work as a labourer in the mill and supports her family. She recouped her health and sends her children to school regularly. Sunanda has also been referred to regular ART with our linkages with the government hospital.

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