Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children

 
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  • Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children posted a progress report
    Controlled anemia in pregnant mothers and improved birth weight of babies
    By - Prof. A.K. Susheela - Fluorosis Foundation of India
    Project Update: Controlled anemia in pregnant mothers and improved birth weight of babies by withdrawing fluoride intake and improving diet Funds: Provided by donors under Global Giving, USA Hospitals where the projects were carried out (1) Deen Dayal Upadhaya Hospital in West Delhi, India (DDU) (2) Sri Lal...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
    • 6 years ago
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  • Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children has received 6 donations
    • 6 years ago
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  • Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children has received 3 donations
    • 7 years ago
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  • Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children posted a progress report
    Work plan for antenatal care in hospital
    By - Prof. A.K. Susheela - Project leader
    Our protocol for the work is as follows and all the donors should know about it. Fluoride literally does all the damage to the growing embryo / babies born. (1) The hospital chosen = “Sri Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital”. Mainly women of the lower socioeconomic strata visit this hospital (2) After the Gynecologist &...
    • 7 years ago
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    • Apple
      Apple Indeed, there is good work done and it is very necessary and effective to educate the pregnant women on how to get good nutrition with inexpensive vegetables! This is really a great thing!I feel that more can be done, to provide flouride-free water for the pregnant women too, as they may not have the means to buy good... Read more »
      • 7 years ago
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    • Dana Ledyard
      Dana Ledyard Hi Apple, thanks for your comments. We've been in touch with the project organization and wanted to post some information about their approach:- Children can be tackled through (1) Schools and through (2) Antenatal Clinics. We are on both the approaches. -However, we decided to spend Donor / Ashoka funds for Antenatal... Read more »
      • 7 years ago
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    • A. K. Susheela
      A. K. Susheela Thank you for your concern and we appreciate.1. Women, who are found drinking fluoride contaminated water is shifted to a safe source. They need not buy safe water. There are safe and unsafe ground water sources existing. We test the water for fluoride and if contaminated, we test more sources in the neighbourhood and... Read more »
      • 7 years ago
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  • Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children posted a progress report
    Plans for 2007
    By - Prof. A.K. Susheela - Project Leader
    We have received the wire transfer of funds through Global Giving. --We are going to deal with children starting with pregnant mother visiting antenatal clinics, who have high fluoride in urine (fluoride poisoned) and due to fluoride poisoning they have very low hemoglobin. If they are unattended to, during pregnancy...
    • 8 years ago
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    • Valentine
      Valentine What country is this in? And how do mothers get exposed to fluoride and why is that not being addressed?
      • 8 years ago
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  • Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children has received 4 donations
    • 8 years ago
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  • Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children has received 8 donations
    • 9 years ago
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  • Treat 10,000 Fluoride-Poisoned Children has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
    • 11 years ago
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A. K. Susheela

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Delhi, India

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