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Mar 30, 2020

Let us celebrate the gift of organ donation

January - March  

MOHAN Foundation has engaged in the last few months on Organ Donation Awareness across different cities.

MOHAN FOUNDATION held a Rangoli Competition to promote Organ Donation

The open air car park of the Thirumangalam Metro Station was transformed to an art exhibition area to promote organ donation. MOHAN Foundation organised a Rangoli Competition in association with Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) on 6thJanuary 2018 at the Thirumangalam Metro Station.

The theme of the Rangoli was (Indelible Designs) – Organ Donation. The participation was open to all. Chennai rangoli enthusiast wholeheartedly participated in the competition. There were 13 pairs of students from 8 colleges of Chennai and 26 pairs of older women who created beautifully thought out designs to bring out the concept of organ donation. Exciting prizes and gifts were given to the winners and participants. The youngest participant was 7 years and eldest was 62 years old. One participant came from Bengaluru. Both in student and adult category – there were 3 first prizes and 3 second prizes and additional special prizes.  Nearly 100 people were present at the venue and many metro users came to see the rangoli. 

MOHAN foundation awareness campaign at a NSS Event in a College in Chennai

Anna Adarsh College for Women, Chennai organised a guest lecture on Organ Donation as part of the National Service Scheme’s (NSS) valedictory function on 11th March 2020.  

Dr. Hemal from MOHAN Foundation gave a lecture on the concepts of organ donation and explained the why, what, when and how of organ and tissue donation and transplantation.The students also benefited from hearing a donor family member share her experience. About 35 students signed up as organ donors and collected their donor cards.  Similarly we were also a part of Queen Mary’s College Organ Donation Awareness where we spoke about the process of donation, allocation and transplantation.  

Awareness session on organ donation at Jayanita Exports Private Limited in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

On March 14, 2020 MOHAN Foundation was invited to conduct an awareness session on organ donation for the employees of Jayanita Exports Private limited in Greater Noida,UP.Two awareness sessions were held at two different locations for the employees of Jayanita - the first at the Jayanitafactory and the second at Jayanita Export Private Limited conference room.

Ms.Pallavi from MOHAN spoke to the employees about Basics of Organ Donation. She also brought out a point where age is never a barrier for donating an organ.She quoted an example of a newborn baby becoming the youngest ever organ donor. Despite living for even less than 72 hours, the baby saved an adult's life. Ms.Pallavi also helped the employees understand brain death through a short video.  The topic of myths related to organ donation and shared misconceptions that exist among people were also brought to light for the employees.At the end of the session, close to 35 participants attended and 15 donor cards were picked up.

Dec 30, 2019

MOHAN Foundation gets recognition and awards

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4th Quarter

(October to December 2019)



MOHAN Foundation wins at Grand Thornton SABERA

On December 4, 2019, MOHAN Foundation won two subcategory awards at the GRANT THORNTON SABERA (Social and Business Enterprise Responsible Awards). It won the NOT FOR PROFIT YEAR AWARD (below 5 crore) and the INITIATIVE AWARD for its National Organ Donation Toll Free Helpline in the Swasthya Kalyan (Health and well Being) Category.

MOHAN Foundation receives the NGO Leadership Award at Chennai

On December 16, 2019, MOHAN Foundation received the NGO Leadership Award in the Tamil Nadu Leadership Awards 2019 category instituted by World CSR Day, a for-purpose organization. The award is endorsed by World Federation of CSR Professionals, a not-for-profit that aims to make a real difference to the HR community, business and the economy.


MOHAN Foundation represented at International Conferences

Doha International Academy of Organ Donation invites experts from MOHAN Foundation for a three days workshop on Organ Donation, Doha, Qatar

The Doha International Academy of Organ Donation – Hamad Medical Centre, Doha invited Dr. Sunil Shroff, Managing Trustee of MOHAN Foundation and Mrs. Lalitha Raghuram, Country Director of MOHAN Foundation to the 10th year anniversary of the Doha Donation Accord with second activity of ROOTS program which is a collaborative international Qatari initiative aiming to Reach Out for Organ Transplant Self-sufficiency. Several world leaders in organ donation and transplantation were invited as international speakers.  The three days workshop which was held from 8th – 10th November 2019 provided a platform for policy makers and ROOTS alliance countries to exchange ideas and raise awareness on ethical organ donation. 

MOHAN Foundation participates in the 15th Congress of ISODP in Dubai

MOHAN Foundation participated and presented at the 15th Congress of the International Society for Organ Donation and Procurement (ISODP) held from November 14-16, 2019 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and hosted by the Saudi Center for Organ Transplantation and the Emirates Medical Association Nephrology Society. The Congress was attended by Dr. Sunil Shroff (Managing Trustee), Mrs. Lalitha Raghuram (Country Director) and Ms. Pallavi Kumar (Executive Director)


12th National Annual Transplant Coordinators’ Conference in association with CMHS held at IIM, Ahmedabad

The Network and Alliance of Transplant Coordinators (NATCO), in association with MOHAN Foundation and the Centre for Management of Health Services (CMHS) - Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad organized the 12th National Annual Transplant Coordinators’ Conference at the prestigious IIM Ahmedabad campus on November 30 and December 1, 2019.

The theme of this year’s conference was “Let’s Collaborate,” with a focus on exploring public-private partnership options for organ donation in India. Experts from government, industry, transplant professionals and public health specialists were invited to be part of this focus discussion.

The 12th NATCO conference had close to 150 Transplant Coordinators, working in public and private hospitals, participating from across the country. Faculty included doctors, senior transplant coordinators, NGO heads and representatives, academicians, media professionals, corporate professionals, IAS officers and bureaucrats who shared their ideas and views on a wide range of topics.


 MOHAN-Edelweiss organ donation drive #NoMoreWaiting culminates in Guinness World Record

On December 5, 2019, MOHAN-Edelweiss organ donation drive #NoMoreWaiting culminated in a press meet at The Oberoi, New Delhi where it was announced that Edelweiss has created a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORD (low case) title for collecting the highest number of pledges for organ donation in a single day, following an impactful drive throughout November. While the awareness drive garnered over 1 lakh pledges during the month, the insurer created history by collecting 54,626 pledges in a single day on November 28, 2019

Earlier on November 5, 2019, Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance had joined hands with MOHAN Foundation to create awareness on organ donation and to encourage pledging for this important, life-saving cause when this campaign was launched in Mumbai during the meet,During this month long campaign, various activities that included digital media activations, PR, and on-ground educative workshops in educational institutions were undertaken. Talks conducted at IIT Jodhpur & IIT Ahmedabad by MOHAN Foundation were part of this initiative.

Actor-Director Rahul Bose agreed to be the brand ambassador of the campaign.


Ms. Pallavi Kumar summits Mount Kilimanjaro as her tribute to organ donors & their families

On October 03, 2019, Ms Pallavi Kumar, Executive Director, MOHAN Foundation summited Mount Kilimanjaro and unfurled a flag expressing her tribute to organ donors for their selfless act of giving a part of themselves to keep others alive. This is the highest such tribute by any Indian and perhaps from anywhere in the world. Last year, Pallavi summited the Everest Base Camp reaching an altitude of 5380 meters (17600 feet above sea level).This year she climbed higher 5756 meters (18885 feet above sea level) as she feels no tribute is too high for organ donors and their families.

Standing at a height of 5,895 meters, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak of Africa and the tallest freestanding mountain on Earth. Also known as the “Roof of Africa”, this colossal mountain is a part of the seven summits of the world.



Oct 17, 2019

Foot soldiers for augmenting organ donation

Creating foot soldiers for augmenting organ donation in India


Training of Transplant Coordinators

Two training programs were conducted in this quarter. The first training took place in Gurugram from July 29, 2019 to August 2, 2019. 61 coordinators were trained. The other one was held in Pune from August 19, 2019 to August 23, 2019 wherein 30 coordinators were trained.

 Masterclass in soft skills and communication for transplant coordinators in Pune

On August 25, 2019 one-day Masterclass in Soft Skills and Communication for Transplant coordinators working in the field of organ donation and transplantation in Pune was organized.


Innovative step taken by women of India for Organ Donation

In a unique initiative the Akhil Bhartiya Marwadi Mahila Sammelan of India, in association with MOHAN Foundation organized 18 rallies in total across various parts of the country on the 31st August 2019. There were 40 women who were part of the rally and every one of them also pledged their organs and received donor cards.

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