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GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls

by CHOICE FOUNDATION
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
GIFT HEALTH... Help Screen 5300 Rural Indian Girls
Our first step towards Project 11 started in the month of November 2019 in Kalambur, Tamil Nadu where we were able to screen 100 children from two govt schools. The second city we traveled for the project was to Devangere, Karnataka where 2000 children were screened. The third city that we traveled to was Yavatmal in Maharastra.  The results of these schools will be attached to the next report that we will be sending your way. 
We screened close to 5000 children in the span of 1 month under three different medical paramters- Anthropometry, Pediatrics and Psychology. 
Unfortunately, we have not been able to proceed with the other centres as planned because of Covid 19 and its devastation. 

We are curently working with data and research and through other programs of the Foundation helping underprivileged children with symptoms of Covid 19. 

Please contact us to know more about the centers and how the program works. 

Dr. Satish Ghanta, 

CEO, Choice Foundation.

If you would like to know more about the program, please write to us at choicefoundation.hyderabad@gmail.com (or) administrator@choicefoundation.in 

You can call us at +91 9908162303 

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Hope this note finds you and everyone in your family well. Stay safe. Stay home. Stay connected. 

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Govt School in Shaikpet Hyderabad
Govt School in Shaikpet Hyderabad

We thought we will give you one more update regarding the project…


Recapping the last report, Project 11 is a screening program of children across 11 different places in India. With the money collected from GlobalGiving and the fundraiser, we aim to screen children in these centres.

Our first step towards Project 11 started in the month of November 2019 in Kalambur, Tamil Nadu where we were able to screen 100 children from two govt schools. The second city we traveled for the project was to Devangere, Karnataka where 2000 children were screened. The third city that we traveled to was Yavatmal in Maharastra.  The results of these schools will be attached to the next report that we will be sending your way. 
We screened close to 5000 children in the span of 1 month under three different medical paramters- Anthropometry, Pediatrics and Psychology
Research and project completion in the other cities planned is underway. 
We would love to hear from you queries and feedbacks. 

Please contact us to know more about the centers and how the program works. 

Dr. Satish Ghanta, 

CEO, Choice Foundation.

If you would like to know more about the program, please write to us at choicefoundation.hyderabad@gmail.com (or) administrator@choicefoundation.in 

You can call us at +91 9908162303 

We are on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Kalambur, Tamil Nadu
Kalambur, Tamil Nadu
Davangere, Karnataka
Davangere, Karnataka
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We thought we will give you one more update regarding the project…

Recapping the last report, Project 11 is a screening program of children across 11 different places in India. With the money collected from Global Giving and the fundraiser, we aim to screen children in these centres.

Our first step towards Project 11 is starting from Devangere, Karnataka where 2000 children will be screened and Chennai, Tamil Nadu, where 2000-2500 children will be screened. The results of these schools will be attached to the next report that we will be sending your way. On 27th August 2019, we are screening another school children between the ages 13-17.

Please contact us to know more about the centers and how the program works.

Dr. Satish Ghanta,

CEO, Choice Foundation.

If you would like to know more about the program, please write to us at choicefoundation.hyderabad@gmail.com (or) administrator@choicefoundation.in

You can call us at +91 9908162303

We are on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

 

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Management team at the Golf Fundraiser
Management team at the Golf Fundraiser

One more update coming your way…

Our last report comprised the results of 17 different schools that we had screened in the month of November 2019.  

Choice Foundation hosted its 1st Annual Edition Golf Fundraiser on Saturday, March 9th . The event will was held at Hyderabad Golf Club, located near Golkonda Fort, Hyderabad. It included an 18-hole scramble, a press meet, followed by an awards ceremony with live music and dinner in the evening. The event was honored by the gracious presence of Sri. Kapil Dev, former Indian cricketer, and Miss. Rakul Preet, the Indian actress. Both of them played in the tournament. The golf tournament is part of Project 11. Project 11 is a screening program of children across 11 different places in India. With the money collected from Global Giving and the fundraiser, we aim to screen children in these centres.

Please contact us to know more about the centers and how the program works.

Dr. Satish Ghanta,

CEO, Choice Foundation.

 

If you would like to know more about the program, please write to us at choicefoundation.hyderabad@gmail.com (or) administrator@choicefoundation.in

You can call us at +91 9908162303

We are on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Techno-Medical Team at the Fundraiser
Techno-Medical Team at the Fundraiser
Dr.Satish sharing a lite moment with Mr.Kapil Dev
Dr.Satish sharing a lite moment with Mr.Kapil Dev

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Hello Again!

We would like to share with you how much of a difference your contribution has made in these children’s life.

Our last report comprised the results of 21st November 2018. We had completed the screening process for 11 different schools in 15 working days. This report brings you the rest of the children screened from the 21st of November to the 5th of December. We were able to complete 6 more schools and screened 1300+ children in that span.

Following are the results of the 17 schools

Total number of children screened- 2938, in that

9% were under nourished
6.85% were overweight
4.74% were hypertensive

18.4% had visual difficulties 
75% were have dental abnormalities
2.96 % had hearing difficulties
8.2% are anemic

2% had Vitamin deficiencies
7% were diagnosed with psychological conditions

We were able to provide these results to the government officials who are taking action to correct these difficulties in these children. We were able to able to achieve what we had hoped to achieve. To accurately diagnose conditions early and to provide an early intervention advisory, which when followed will lead to healthier future generation and reduce the impact the diseases and disorders will have on the quality of life of the children, family and the community on the whole.

After the talk with the District Collector, Choice Foundation decided to team with the government officials. The Foundation agreed to travel with RBSK teams aiding them in screening children (Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram- https://rbsk.gov.in/RBSKLive/). We provided extra man power, equipment and digital support as a way of showing that using technology to save time and screen more children in the given time.

Our teams joined the existing 12 RBSK and toured with them for a week and were able to screen 1771

The results of that effort is as follows:

 

Stunting (Height as a parameter)- 30%

Undernourished (Weight as a parameter)- 19.6%

Wasting (Weight and Height as parameters)- 10.3%

Overweight (Weight and Height as parameters)- 6.8%

Childhood Hypertension- 9.4%

 

A very big thank you from Choice Foundation family for enabling us to help these underprivileged girl children in the district of Mahabubnagar .

Dr. Satish Ghanta,

CEO, Choice Foundation.

 

If you would like to know more about the program, please write to us at choicefoundation.hyderabad@gmail.com (or) administrator@choicefoundation.in

You can call us at +91 9908162303

We are on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

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CHOICE FOUNDATION

Location: HYDERABAD, TELANGANA - India
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Project Leader:
Dr. Satish Ghanta
HYDERABAD, TELANGANA India
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