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Help a hospice care serving poor in Madurai

by Aishwaryam Trust
Help a hospice care serving poor in Madurai
Help a hospice care serving poor in Madurai
Help a hospice care serving poor in Madurai
Help a hospice care serving poor in Madurai

Nethravathi Project Report – 03/18/2020

We gratefully thank all our donors.  Your donations makes it possible for our center to add more new adult patients.   Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center has additional beds and has started a new program for children.

On January 14th, 2020, Austinpatti Police informed and requested Aishwaryam Trust about an abandoned lady and requested to take her in our care.  This lady was Yasmin. She was unconscious when Aishwaryam Trust went and picked her up. She was treated for dehydration and malnourishment. She is being taken care of by our doctors and staff at this point.

On the same day, another lady by name Siraj  was brought to our attention by the Police.  Aishwaryam Trust staff brought her into our center. She was a mentally handicapped lady who was dehydrated and unconscious.  After being in our care for a couple of days, she regained consciousness and informed us about her family. Her brother Syed came and picked her up.  The family was very grateful for Siraj’s recovery.   

On 19th of January, 2020, another female patient, Mrs. Arasi was found abandoned in Thiruparankundram, Madurai, and rescued by Aishwaryam Trust.  It appears she must have been abandoned and unattended for at least 15 days, lying on the foothills of the mountain Thiruparankundram.  She was semi-conscious, hence was admitted in NETHRAVATHI PAIN AND PALLIATIVE CARE CENTRE for further evaluation and treatment. She was given continuous medical treatment and is still in our care.  She is doing well.

Aishwaryam Trust celebrated its 5th anniversary and thanks all donors for making all services provided by our trust and pain and palliative care centre possible.  As reported earlier, Aishwaryam Trust conducts blood donation camps at least once a year. These camps are very well supported by doctors and attended by the local villages.

We will be remiss if we fail to acknowledge the strength and confidence your donation has brought into Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center.  The center is now able to expand its services to children in need of help. The center’s vision to build another center for the children is in progress.

As the community gets to know the value this center has added to the society, the demand for care is increasing.  The patients’ quality of life has increased and some of them limp back to normalcy after a period of treatment and care.  The center is pleased when the patients can walk out with confidence, filled with desire and cheerful mood to lead a normal life.

The addition of a commercial grade washing machine provides clean linens and clothes to these patients.  Undoubtedly the installation of the washing machine, has increased the availability of clean clothes, beddings etc., to all patients.  Staff can attend to the patients and spend quality time with them.

Similarly, the oxygen conduits, recently provisioned for each patient next to their bed, oxygen delivered from a central repository, helps the staff to help a patient in need of oxygen without delay.

 Dr. Balaguru, the chief doctor, said, “We are extremely grateful and delighted to see how GlobalGiving donors have helped us to enhance the services and care provided to our patients.  Regular donations from GlobalGiving donors will enable our center to sustain existing services and extend to under privileged children in this area”.

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Thanks to Your donations, the center was able to admit more new adult patients. .

We would like to take this opportunity to thank every one of our donors for their generosity and kindness which paved the way for Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center to have additional patients and include a program for children.

On October 24th, 2019, Aishwaryam Trust staff found a 65 year old male, Mr. Ramaiah, abandoned on the roadside near Thanakkankulam Thirunagar, Madurai. With the help of Austinpatti Police and our staff, he was rescued. During rescue he was dehydrated and unconscious. He was admitted in NETHRAVATHI PAIN AND PALLIATIVE CARE CENTRE for further evaluation and treatment. He was given counselling along with continuous medical support to make him physically and mentally fit. Not only that he is well now, based on the news we had publicized, Ramiah’s relatives reached out to us and have taken him back into their care. His family was very grateful for his recovery.        

In November, 2019, another male patient, Mr. Sadayyan was found abandoned in Viluppuram district, Seraapattu village, and rescued by Aishwaryam Trust. During rescue we noted his left leg was completely rotten and unattended. He was semi-conscious, hence was admitted in NETHRAVATHI PAIN AND PALLIATIVE CARE CENTRE for further evaluation and treatment. He was given continuous medical treatment.

Aishwaryam Trust, was able to conduct a blood donation campaign on 30th November, 2019 in Vilacheri. Plenty of leaflets with information to public about blood donation was made available. This camp was well attended to by public and supported by doctors.

We will be remiss if we fail to acknowledge the strength and confidence your donation has brought into Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center. The center is now able to expand its services to children in need of help. You might recall we had mentioned about the center’s vision to build another center for the children. It is in progress.

As the community gets to know the value this center has added to the society, the demand for care is increasing. The patients’ quality of life has increased and some of them limp back to normalcy after a period of treatment and care. The center is pleased when the patients can walk out with confidence, filled with desire and cheerful mood to lead a normal life.

You might recall the recent addition of a commercial grade washing machine to provide clean linens and clothes to these patients. Undoubtedly the installation of the washing machine, has increased the availability of clean clothes, beddings etc., to all patients. Staff can attend to the patients and spend quality time with them.

Similarly, the oxygen conduits, recently provisioned for each patient next to their bed, oxygen delivered from a central repository, helps the staff to help a patient in need of oxygen without delay.

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Mr Ramasamy - Rescue 1
Mr Ramasamy - Rescue 1

Nethravathi Project Report – 0/720/2019

More new adult patients have been added. Thanks to Your donations.

Again, we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone of our donors for their generosity and kindness which paved the way for Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center to have additional patients and include a program for children.

In July, 2019, Aishwaryam Trust staff found a 76 year old male, Mr. Ramasamy, abandoned on the roadside near Arappalayam, Madurai. During rescue he was at the risk of severe dehydration, hence was admitted in NETHRAVATHI PAIN AND PALLIATIVE CARE CENTRE for further evaluation and treatment. He was given councelling along with continuous medical support to make him physically and mentally fit. He is now being treated by doctors.

Rescue operation photos of Mr. Ramasamy by Aishwaryam trust staff are attached.

In June, 2019, another female patient, Mrs. Devaki was found abandoned and rescued by Aishwaryam Trust. During rescue She was semi-conscious and at the risk of severe dehydration, hence was admitted in NETHRAVATHI PAIN AND PALLIATIVE CARE CENTRE for further evaluation and treatment. She was given continuous medical supprot to make her physically and mentally fit. The good news is her address was traced back and now she has been united with her family.

We will be remiss if we fail to acknowledge the strength and confidence your donation has brought into Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center. The center is now able to expand its services to children in need of help. The center is planning to build another center for the children. The same donors who donated the land to start the center have donated another piece of for the childrens center to be constructed.

As the community gets to know the value this center has added to the society, the demand for care is increasing. The patients’ quality of life has increased and some of them limp back to normaly after a period of treatment and care. The center is pleased when the patients are able to walk out with confidence, filled with desire and cheerful mood to lead a normal life.

Your might recall the recent addition of a commercial grade washing machine to provide clean linens and clothes to these patients. Undoubtedly the installation of the washing machine, has increased the availability of clean clothes, beddings etc., to all patients. Staff is able to attend to the patients and spend quality time with them.

Similarly the oxygen conduits, recently provisioned for each patient next to their bed, oxygen delivered from a central repository, helps the staff to help a patient in need of oxygen without delay.

Dr. Balaguru, the chief doctor, said, “We are extremely grateful and delighted to see how Globalgiving donors have helped us to enhance the services and care provided to our patients. Regular donations from Globalgiving donors will enable our center to sustain existing services and extend to under privileged children in this area”.

Mr. Ramasamy being attended to at the center
Mr. Ramasamy being attended to at the center
Mr. Ramasamy - after initial treatment
Mr. Ramasamy - after initial treatment
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Rescue of Mr. Narayanasamy - 1
Rescue of Mr. Narayanasamy - 1

Your donations work MIRACLES in the lives of those who need care. THANK YOU.

Again, we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone of our donors for their generosity and kindness which paved the way for Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center to have additional patients and include a program for children.

On 13th March, 2019, Aishwaryam Trust staff found a 70 year old male, Mr. Narayanasamy, abandoned on the roadside near Theppakulam, Madurai. They rescued him and treated in Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center. He suffered from severe malnutrition and dehydration. He is now being evaluated and treated by doctors.

We will be remiss if we fail to acknowledge the strength and confidence your donation has brought into Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center. The center was able to expand its services by increasing its beds to 47 and there are 42 patients as of now. As the community gets to know the value this center has added to the society, the demand for care is increasing. The patients’ quality of life has increased and some of them limp back to normaly after a period of treatment and care. The center is pleased when the patients are able to walk out with confidence, filled with desire and cheerful mood to lead a normal life.

Your might recall the recent addition of a commercial grade washing machine to provide clean linens and clothes to these patients. Undoubtedly the installation of the washing machine, has increased the availability of clean clothes, beddings etc., to all patients. Staff is able to attend to the patients and spend quality time with them.

Similarly the oxygen conduits, recently provisioned for each patient next to their bed, oxygen delivered from a central repository, helps the staff to help a patient in need of oxygen without delay.

Dr. Balaguru, the chief doctor, said, “We are extremely grateful and delighted to see how Globalgiving donors have helped us to enhance the services and care provided to our patients. Regular donations from Globalgiving donors will enable our center to sustain existing services and extend to under privileged children in this area”.

Mr. Narayanasamy being rescued - 2
Mr. Narayanasamy being rescued - 2
Mr. Narayanasamy's rescue operation - 3
Mr. Narayanasamy's rescue operation - 3
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Mrs Chellammal after treatment
Mrs Chellammal after treatment

Nethravathi Project Report – 12/25/2018

 

Merry Christmas to you all. Happy Hanukkah and Happy Holidays.

May you all have a successful and peaceful New Year.

 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone of our donors for their generosity and kindness which paved the way for Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center to have additional patients and include a program for children.

As recent as 20th December, 2018, Aishwaryam Trust staff found a 70 year old lady, Mrs. Chellammal, abandoned and suffering in the cold on the roadside. They rescued her and treated her in Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care center. She suffered from severe malnutrition and dehydration. She is now being evaluated and treated by doctors. You can see Mrs. Chellammal before and after the treatment by Nethravathi Pain and Palliative care doctors.

Your donation has enabled the center to add a commercial grade washing machine to provide clean linens and clothes to these patients. With the installation of the newly acquired washing machine, everyone is now excited about the cleanliness and speed with which clean clothes, beddings etc., can be delivered to all patients.

In addition, the center now has provisioned oxygen conduits for each patient next to their bed, oxygen delivered from a central repository.   This helps the staff to immediately help a patient in need of oxygen without delay.

Dr. Balaguru, the chief doctor, said, “We are extremely grateful and delighted to see how GlobalGiving donors have helped us to enhance the services and care provided to our patients. Regular donations from GlobalGiving donors will enable our center to sustain existing services and extend to under privileged children in this area”.

With sincere heartfelt gratitude,

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Aishwaryam Trust

Location: Madurai - India
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Ganapathy Karthikeyan
Madurai, India
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