Low Level LASER therapy and Physiotherapy Person affected by leprosy receiving physiotherapy Physiotherapy services Free Physiotherapy to 100 people with disabilities

Amici Di Raoul Follereau (AIFO India)

Org #18043
Vetted since 2014
1998
year founded
$4,720
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

AIFO India is a professional non-profit health and development organization that empowers persons affected by leprosy , persons with disability , women ,children and members of poor and vulnerable backgrounds, through focussed healthcare, education and economic empowerment initiatives across India with the aim of providing a better quality of life and creating large scale positive change

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Parthipan Ramasamy
Parthipan Ramasamy
Lucy Bhaskar
Lucy Bhaskar
Suresh Anand
Suresh Anand
Team
Jayanth Kumar, Manimozhi Natarajan, Patrick A Kempu, Lucy Bhaskar
Organization Information
#58, 4th Cross, Dharmaram College Post
Tavarekere Main Road
Bangalore, Karnataka 560029
India
9980910365
Organization Information
#58, 4th Cross, Dharmaram College Post
Tavarekere Main Road
Bangalore, Karnataka 560029
India
9980910365

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jun 28, 2022
Low Level LASER therapy and Leprosy Physiotherapy
The SparshaGuna (healing touch) Physiocare and Wellness Centre started functioning soon after the second wave of the pandemic. We have launched our Physiotherapy services that support beneficiaries...
Mar 1, 2022
Physiotherapy for people with disabilities
AIFO’s Sparshaguna physiotherapy center provides free physiotherapy services to people with disabilities. Physiotherapy services started in November 2021. During Dec 2021 and Jan 2022,...
Nov 10, 2021
Final Report of "Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka"
 The project "Detect and treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka" aimed to detect and treat 1000 women and create a sustainable model by working with Government health enter, colleges, the...
 
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