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Training to augment organ donation in India

by MOHAN ( Multi Organ Harvesting Aid network ) FOUNDATION
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Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Training to augment organ donation in India
Qutub Minar turns green to support organ donation
Qutub Minar turns green to support organ donation

Qutub Minar, a UNESCO World Heritage Sit, turns green in support of Organ Donation

On 17th of February the iconic Qutub Minar was bathed in green to highlight the cause of organ donation, which is conventionally represented by a green ribbon.  It symbolized hope for those who are waiting for a second chance at life through transplantation. It reminded us of the men, women and children who have died waiting for a life-saving transplant. Most importantly, it conveyed our gratitude to Organ Donors and their families for giving the greatest gift of all, the gift of life.

At the event, the Foundation showcased an exhibition titled “Life before Ashes” - featuring human organ installations made from a mix of real human ashes and mud. The underlying message was simple but powerful – ‘What have become ashes could have been another human’s heart or kidney. If only the organs were donated.’

The foundation also released a film on “Counseling potential donor families” at the event. It is a film made by MOHAN Foundation on how the treating physician along with the Transplant Coordinator can approach a family to request for organ donation.

Given the fact the India has an abysmal organ donation rate of 0.8 per million population, ranking amongst the lowest in the world, there is a greater need for coordinated efforts between policy makers, public and private hospitals, NGOs etc. - this annual Samarthan event is an attempt by MOHAN Foundation to make this happen.

Metro Retro - A Celebration of Life

Metro Retro - A Celebration of Life- a first-ever musical event organised at a Metro Rail Station in India on December 3, 2017. The concert was organised by MOHAN Foundation in honour of its 20th anniversary, in celebration of its journey in giving the ‘Gift of Life’ through organ donation. The event was organised to celebrate the Golden Jubliee of the first heart transplant in the world and to acknowledge heart transplants being done in India more so in the state of Tamil Nadu.

Many said this was truly an event to remember, with its unique choice of venue for a music concert and to spread the message of organ donation. Around 80 people pledged to be organ donors and picked up a donor card.  

Rangoli Competition at Metro Station for the promotion of organ donation

The open air car park of the Thirumangalam Metro Station, Chennai 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. 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. The youngest participant was 7 years and eldest was 62 years old. Nearly 100 people were present at the venue and many metro users came to see the rangoli and picked up donor cards

More than 4000 villages reached out with the help of Rajasthan Government

MOHAN Foundation Jaipur Citizen Forum (MFJCF) - Navjeevan had initiated a program to take Organ Donation awareness into rural areas of Rajasthan under the aegis of Rajasthan Government. An opening ceremony of Panchayat Level Organ Donation Awareness program was held on October 11, 2017 at village Muhana of Sanganer block, under the presidency of Mr. Rajendra Singh Rathore, Minister (Rural Development Department, Rajasthan Government).

With the efforts of sarpanch (elected head of the village) and general secretary of the various villages a huge momentum has been created and till date 44 awareness sessions have been conducted in the villages of Sanganer and Jhotwara Panchayat Smiti. More than 4994 villagers got sensitized about the noble cause of organ donation. It was a successful event by MOHAN Foundation Jaipur Citizen Forum team because it ignited the sensitization moment for the rural public of Rajasthan. This is a start of a journey to reach out to the grass root level to sensitize them about the cause of organ donation.

Bikers Rally on Organ Donation

A group of likeminded people started awareness rally on organ donation from Kashmir to Kanyakumari on bikes. All of them were women, and the title for the rally was “BE THE CHANGE”. Throughout the journey, they spread awareness on organ donation through distributing donor cards and information brochures.

The group visited MOHAN Foundation offices on their route to clarify doubts and picked up donor cards and information brochures.

Pan India sensitisation for 107 year old public sector bank, Central Bank of India

MOHAN Foundation was approached by EPOCH Brand Services Pvt. Ltd. a brand activation and event management company to organize organ donation awareness talks for the employees and officers of Central Bank of India across their offices in India to commemorate the completion of 107 years of the bank. A total of 13 awareness sessions were carried out in the cities of Chennai, Delhi, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Kochi. Nearly 650 staffs of Central Bank of India were sensitized and 470 of them pledged to be an organ donor. This is a huge feet considering that when one staff is trained then there family is also trained.

Family organises Awareness Program on Organ Donation in father’s memory

Mr. Balaji, son of late Shri. Madhava Rao invited MOHAN Foundation to conduct was an awareness program on Organ Donation on 20th December 2017. The session was a part of 14th day memorial for Mr. Madhava Rao. Mr. Balaji explained that as his father late Shri. Madhava Rao donated his eyes; he decided to arrange Organ Donation awareness for his community. The family also runs AIMS (All India Movement for Service), an NGO at Vyasarpadi, Chennai.

MOHAN Foundation was awarded for its work in the field of organ donation

On November 24, 2017, MOHAN Foundation was invited to a CME organized by Jaslok Hospital in connection with organ donation. The theme of the CME was Organ Donation- A Gift that Lives On. MOHAN Foundation was awarded for its exemplary work in the field of organ donation along with a few other NGOs in the field.

MOHAN Foundation participates in International Workshop on Futuristic Healthcare Technology: Telemedicine and Medical Drone in Chennai

A two-day international workshop on Futuristic Healthcare Technology: Telemedicine and Medical Drones were held on 16th and 17th December 2017 at Apollo Children’s Hospital, Chennai. It was organised by National Design Research Forum (NDRF), Bengaluru and the Institution of Engineers (India) in association with Apollo Tele Health Services (ATHS) and National Institute of Advanced Studies. Dr. Sunil Shroff, Managing Trustee, MOHAN Foundation is on the National Advisory Committee for these workshops and was invited to moderate the panel discussion. The workshop was well attended with engineers, scientists, technologists, transplant surgeons, doctors, and tele health specialists participating.

The aim of the workshop was to look at how healthcare delivery could be augmented by leveraging advances in interdisciplinary engineering practice to develop affordable and innovative medical and healthcare devices. Access to better and appropriate technologies to match the health needs of the population (especially in rural and inaccessible areas) would enable disease prevention, early diagnostics, and effective treatment.

Life before ashes art installations
Life before ashes art installations
India's first musical concert at metro station
India's first musical concert at metro station
Rangoli competition at metro station parking
Rangoli competition at metro station parking
Organ donation helpline poster get awarded
Organ donation helpline poster get awarded
Awareness through Airtel Delhi Half Marathon
Awareness through Airtel Delhi Half Marathon

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MOHAN Foundation across the country made many creative efforts to create awareness to boost organ donation.

Ms Pallavi Kumar (Executive Director) ran the half marathon ( 21K) in one of the most landmark running events in Delhi - Airtel Delhi Half Marathon- in order to create awareness on organ donation. The event attarcts close to 40000 runners from across the country.

The Rajasthan office has undertaken a massive drive to create awareness on organ donation at the village level. The initiative aims to cover a population of 10 lakh peple across 142 villages.

MOHAN Foundation won the prestigious PoleStar Social Impacts Award 2017 in the Health category for its outstanding contribution to the cause of organ donation in India.

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MOHAN Foundation helpline save four lives
MOHAN Foundation helpline save four lives

 Rippling impact of initiatives creating awareness on organ donation

Media Partnership

Memorandum of Understanding between MFJCF and Dainik Bhaskar to promote organ donation

On August 11, 2017, an MOU was signed between MFJCF (MOHAN Foundation – Jaipur Citizen Forum) and India’s leading Hindi newspaper Dainik Bhaskar. Under this MoU, Dainik Bhaskar will publish articles to promote organ donation with the help of MFJCF. It is hoped that this initiative will revolutionize information dissemination on organ donation.

Awareness talks at schools in Partnership with TOI

Every year, Times of India (TOI) organizes various awareness sessions on organ donation in different schools across Delhi-NCR in collaboration with MOHAN Foundation as part of a special campaign supporting organ donation. This is TOI’s fifth consecutive year of doing this campaign with MOHAN Foundation being its knowledge partner. The 13-day long campaign starts on August 1 and culminates on August 13, TOI’s designated organ donation day. Close to1000 students were covered this year through this campaign.

Ground Events of NDTV Fort Campaign ‘More to Give’ in collaboration with MOHAN Foundation

MOHAN Foundation is a knowledge partner for the NDTV FORT "More to Give"- a campaign focusing on sensitizing the nation about the need on stepping up to donates organs for saving lives. NDTV is a leading English news channel. As part of this, ground events were organized in Chandigarh, Chennai, New Delhi and Mumbai on August 6

MOHAN Foundation invited Transplant recipients, Donor Families as well as persons on the waiting list, waiting to receive a life-saving organ. They shared their stories which were aired live by NDTV. A few of its volunteers were also part of the event wherein they reached out to the passers-by, spread awareness and helped them take the Pledge.

As part of the event, many students participated in a poster making competition on Organ donation. Flash mobs were organized and street plays were done to sensitize people about organ donation

Diverse training programs across the country

Critical Care Workshop on ‘Declaration of brain death and donor optimization’, Mumbai

May 13, 2017, MOHAN Foundation along with Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine co-hosted the Fortis Organ Retrieval & Transplant (FORT) workshop named "A Critical Care Workshop on Declaration of brain death and donor optimization" at Fortis Hospital Mulund, Mumbai.

The faculty enlightened the participants on the Role of critical care teams in organ donation and importance of early identification of brain death, Brain death certification protocols, Difficulties in brain death testing, donor optimization, Importance of involving all stakeholders in organ donation, Progress of organ donation in Maharashtra, Grief counselling of family, Concept of Donation after Cardiac Death (DCD) and Brain death in children.  The program also included a panel discussion on Brain Death: Unified diagnosis of death, documentation, legal aspects, conflicts as well as a position paper on Guidelines for Donor Maintenance in Hospitals was launched at the event.

Summit on Organ Donation & Transplantation in Children in partnership, Gurgaon

On July 29, 2017, Fortis Organ Retrieval & Transplant (FORT) in collaboration with MOHAN Foundation under the aegis of National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organization organized a Summit on Organ Donation and Transplantation in Children.

Doctors from Spain, UK, USA, Australia, and India came together in the first such summit in the country and discussed ways to take it forward. The summary and recommendations from the discussions are being documented and will be presented to the Government of India.

2nd AORTA-MOHAN Foundation training for Transplant Coordinators

MOHAN Foundation in partnership with AORTA (Army Organ Retrieval & Transplant Authority) under the aegis of Office of DGMS (Army) IHQ of MoD (Army) and NOTTO (National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organization) successfully completed the training for transplant coordinators from July 24-28, 2017 held at Army Hospital (Research and Referral) Delhi Cantonment, New Delhi.

30 delegates of varied profiles that included doctors and nurses, medical social workers, senior managers, medical superintendent and counselors from 5 states (Karnataka, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh) and 1 Union Territory, Delhi attended the training.

8th One Month Transplant Coordinators Training Programme, Chennai

Under the aegis of National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organisation (NOTTO), Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, MOHAN Foundation conducted a One Month Transplant Coordinators’ Training Programme from May 3-27, 2017 at MOHAN Foundation, Chennai. A total of 31 candidates from Assam, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Puducherry and Tamil Nadu were present. The participants hailed from various professional backgrounds such as Social Workers, Dialysis Technologists/Technicians, Nurses, Hospital Administrators, Doctors, ICU Staff and Transplant Coordinators. They received their certificates with a unique registration number from NOTTO. The training had eminent speakers from Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Delhi (via Skype). This was the 8th one-month training programme conducted by MOHAN Foundation and the first in partnership with NOTTO. The training was supported by Tata Trusts.

MOHAN Foundation was privileged to have Dr. J. Radhakrishnan, IAS, Principal Secretary, Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of Tamil Nadu, along with  Dr. Vimal Bhandari, Director, NOTTO (via Skype) and Dr. P. Balaji,  Member Secretary, TRANSTAN at the valedictory function of the 8th One Month Transplant Coordinators’ Training Programme in Chennai.

donation in medico legal cases.

Angels of Change: Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi & Kolkata

Angels of Change is a unique program where select volunteers from different walks of life are taken through a customized training module to enable them to undertake awareness initiatives on organ donation amongst various audiences.

Kolkata

The City of Joy, Kolkata, had its first batch of “Angels of Change - Volunteers for Organ Donation” trained by MOHAN Foundation on June 20 - 21, 2017 at Techno India University in collaboration with Anthyesti Foundation, a local NGO in Kolkata.

The training program was attended by 19 participants from varied backgrounds: First-year students from Techno India University pursuing a course in Hospital Management, Life Members of MOHAN Foundation, representatives from Swadheen Foundation in Guwahati and from Anthyesti Foundation.

Chennai

Chennai office displayed a phenomenal performance by training 7 batches of Angels of Change in the months of June, July, and August. A total of 201 volunteers comprising of medical students, engineering students, school students, life members and National Service Scheme volunteer were trained. Many of them have continued to promote the cause of organ donation through awareness talks, public surveys, skits, posters, and poem being few of the ways.

Mumbai

Mumbai office trained 24 Angels of Change Volunteers in July. The batch consisted of around 15 medical students from Yerala Medical College (Kharghar) and rest volunteered on individual capacity.

Delhi

On August 9, 2017, MOHAN Foundation Delhi-NCR office conducted Angels of Change (AOC) Volunteers for Organ Donation Training programme for Air India Staff. While two of the volunteers were retired cabin crew members, the other two are still serving. They aim to sensitize trainees undergoing to be a crew member by involving an awareness talk on organ donation in the training curriculum

When a 'no' does not always mean a 'no'
When a 'no' does not always mean a 'no'
Letter by an Angel of Change trained volunteer
Letter by an Angel of Change trained volunteer
Making a presence in Odisha
Making a presence in Odisha
Angels of Change gearing up to change India
Angels of Change gearing up to change India
NDTV event in collaboration with MOHAN Foundation
NDTV event in collaboration with MOHAN Foundation

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Feedback from trained transplant coordinators
Feedback from trained transplant coordinators

Training of Transplant Coordinators

Under the aegis of National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organisation (NOTTO), Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, MOHAN Foundation conducted 3 training programs for Transplant Coordinators this quarter.

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

This was in collaboration with Bhopal Organ Donation Society (BODS) March 27-31, 2017. A total of 25 candidates received their certificates with a unique registration number from NOTTO. This was the 44th training programme conducted by MOHAN Foundation and the tenth in partnership with NOTTO.

Bengaluru, Karnataka

This was conducted in collaboration with Zonal Coordination Committee of Karnataka for Transplantation (ZCCK), and The Integrated Liver Care Foundation (ILC) from February 13-17, 2017 and 34 candidates successfully completed the training. This was the 43rd training programme conducted by MOHAN Foundation and the ninth in partnership with NOTTO.

Gurugram, Haryana

In partnership with FORT (Fortis Organ Retrieval & Transplant) 58 delegates underwent the training from April 11-15, 2017

Training of intensive care professionals

Practical and Technical Aspects of Brain Death and Organ Donation, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

MOHAN Foundation in collaboration with Bhopal Organ Donation Society successfully conducted a CME March 28, 2017. The focus was on ‘Practical and Technical Aspects of Brain Death and Organ Donation.’ There were 18 health care professionals for the CME that included anesthetists, Intensivists and ICU staff.

Brain Death Optimization Training Program, Jaipur, Rajasthan

On April 28, 2017, MOHAN Foundation conducted a one day Brain Death Optimization Training Program. More than 40 ICU doctors and nursing staff attended the program. 

4th batch of Angels of Change Volunteers successfully complete their training

MOHAN Foundation has launched a unique program called “Angels of Change” in which selected student volunteers from schools and colleges are taken through a customized training module to enable them to undertake awareness initiatives on organ donation amongst various audiences.

The fourth batch of Angels of Change Volunteers Training for Organ Donation that began on December 5, 2016 with students of Bal Bharti Public School, New Delhi concluded on May 17, 2017. Each of the participants conducted a public awareness session on organ donation on their own thereby fulfilling the criteria to be awarded a certificate certifying them as ‘Angel of Change Volunteer,’ trained by MOHAN Foundation.

20 students from classes VIII-XI undertook the training. Post the training, students made mock presentations in groups of 2-5 and each presentation was assessed based on the content and accuracy of the information given. This was followed by public awareness session by the students at their school for teachers and students and at a regional passport office.

MOHAN Foundation invited to round-table discussion on End of Life Care in Mathura

Dr. Sunil Shroff, Managing Trustee and Dr. Sumana Navin, Course Director, MOHAN Foundation were invited to a round-table discussion on ‘End of Life Care in India: Connecting the Dots, Building a Coalition’ on April 29 & 30, 2017 at Mathura. It brought together senior doctors across specialties, lawyers, bureaucrats and public intellectuals who came out with ‘The Mathura Declaration – A Call to Action for Ensuring Humane Care at the End of Life’. The meeting focused on four key areas – End of Life Care (EOLC) Legislation, the Economics of Dying in India, Religion Spirituality Mortality, and putting it all Together.

Dr. Shroff spoke on ‘Towards a Uniform Definition of Death: Why it Matters’. He emphasized that conversations about organ donation were a part of good EOLC.

Father spreads awareness on Organ Donation in son’s memory.

MOHAN Foundation was invited for an awareness program on organ donation by SOLOMON MEMORIAL TRUST in Perambur on April 30, 2017.  This session needs a mention as it was organized by Mr. David Chelladurai whose son met with an accident nearly a year ago. At the time his son died, he had no idea about organ donation and no one gave him the option for the same. He felt that donating his son’s organs could have saved lives and helped the family find solace in the thought that their son is living on in others. This has encouraged him to create awareness on organ donation.

MOHAN Foundation counselor and a challenging case
MOHAN Foundation counselor and a challenging case
Fourth batch of Angels of Change Volunteers
Fourth batch of Angels of Change Volunteers
Feedback from Principal on Angels of Change
Feedback from Principal on Angels of Change
Course Director honoured for training
Course Director honoured for training
Womentor Award for Country Director
Womentor Award for Country Director

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Commencement of fourth batch of "Angels of Change"
Commencement of fourth batch of "Angels of Change"

Health and emergency helpline staff trained to take calls on brain death and organ donation

Training on answering calls on an Organ Donation Helpline was conducted for 104 staff members of National Health Mission at Swasthya Bhawan, Jaipur. It began with an introduction on the need for the training followed by a pre-training survey. Basic concepts of organ donation and brain death were clarified. A short movie on brain death was shown to the trainees.

Training manuals were distributed to the participants and they were explained: “how to answer a call?”  They were showed some audio tapes of typical calls that have been answered by the MOHAN Foundation organ donation helpline in the past 4 years. A quiz round was conducted to involve the participants and they were also asked participants to fill the post-training survey.  Every candidate had to undergo an MCQ test to gauge their understanding of the concept. At the end, the candidates filled a training evaluation form.

Workshop on “Revisiting Contraindications to Corneal Donation”

On January 21, 2017, MOHAN Foundation and Fortis Organ Retrieval &Transplant (FORT) under the aegis of NOTTO (National Organ and Tissue Transplant Organization) organized a workshop on, “Revisiting Contraindications to Corneal Donation”. National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Eye Bank Association of India (EBAI), SightLife and Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital were the other co-organizers.

The objective of the workshop was to bring organ and eye donation under a common umbrella and to review the contraindications as laid down in Standards of Eye Banking in India by National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. It was felt that 80% of the time, corneas could not be harvested as per the contraindications laid down. There were times when the organs were retrieved but the experts refused corneas. The workshop aimed at bringing together all the stakeholders involved at various levels of eye care services, governmental & non-governmental organizations on a common platform to discuss, review and reach a consensus for updating of the module and submit it to NPCB.

One Week Transplant Coordinators’ Training Programme

January 2017, Pune

Under the aegis of National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organisation (NOTTO), Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, MOHAN Foundation in collaboration with Zonal Transplant Coordination Centre (ZTCC) - Pune conducted a ‘One Week Transplant Coordinators’ Training Programme from January 16-20, 2017 at Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital (DMH), Pune, Maharashtra. There were 51 participants not only from different places in Maharashtra but also Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Telangana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. This was the 41st training programme conducted by MOHAN Foundation and the seventh in partnership with NOTTO.

February 2017, Bengaluru

‘One Week Transplant Coordinators’ Training Programme’ under the aegis of National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organisation (NOTTO), Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India was organised by MOHAN Foundation in collaboration with Zonal Coordination Committee of Karnataka for Transplantation (ZCCK) from 13th to 17th February 2017 at Aster CMI, Bengaluru. There were 34 participants from different the states of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and even Delhi-NCR. This was the 43rd training programme and the ninth in partnership with NOTTO conducted by MOHAN Foundation

Continuing Medical Education seminar (CME)

MOHAN Foundation conducted a Continuing Medical Education seminar (CME) at Chettinad Super Specialty Hospital, Kelambakkam on January 27, 2017. The program focused on sensitizing the medical professionals on technical and practical aspects of organ donation and the legal implications that ought to be done when a brain death is certified and organ donation is possible.

Another CME on “Deceased Organ Donation and Transplantation” was conducted at the Justice K.S Hegde Charitable Hospital, Mangalore on December 10, 2016". The CME was organized by the Department of Nephrology, Justice K.S Hegde Charitable Hospital with the aim of sensitizing doctors, nurses and students (medical and paramedical) on the various aspects of organ donation and transplantation - medical, legal and counseling. This initiative was supported by MOHAN Foundation and Zonal Coordination Committee of Karnataka for Transplantation (ZCCK).

Enhance Lives through Tissue donation - Tissue Banking Workshop in Jaipur

MOHAN Foundation hosted an International Tissue Banking Workshop in Jaipur on November 28, 2016.  Looking into the need for Tissue Banking in Rajasthan, the workshop addressed all the queries related to establishment, processing and maintaining standards of a Tissue Bank.  48 doctors and others attended the workshop. 

MOHAN Foundation commences its fourth batch of "Angels of Change".

MOHAN Foundation commenced its fourth batch of "Angels of Change" volunteers training for Organ Donation with students of Bal Bharati Public School, New Delhi. 24 students from standard VIII-XI joined the program and attended the first session for a basic introduction to the topic and initial orientation.

On December 14, 2016, the second session was conducted at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi. The objective of the session was to provide an opportunity to the volunteers to interact with medical experts in the field to increase their knowledge and to clarify their doubts.

The third session was conducted on December 21, 2016.In this session, they interacted with a donor family, a liver recipient, and a kidney recipient. The objective of the session was to provide an opportunity to the volunteers to understand the real feelings of a donor family as they take this very difficult decision to donate a loved one's organs; and also of people living with end-stage organ failure awaiting a transplant and how their lives change once they have received the gift of a life-saving organ.

On January 31, 2017, the fourth session was conducted at Bal Bharti Public School, Gurgaon. In this session, the students made a mock presentation in front of MOHAN Foundation faculty. The main objective of this session was to help the students to prepare for an awareness session in front of general public. Feedback was given on the basis of the style of presentation, the content of the information that was provided and its accuracy and validity, and overall presentation. Post the presentations of the volunteers, they were given tips on how they could improve upon their presentations.

MOHAN Foundation partners with NDTV
MOHAN Foundation partners with NDTV
MOHAN Foundation felicitated by NOTTO
MOHAN Foundation felicitated by NOTTO
MOHAN Foundation wins Best Website of Year,2016
MOHAN Foundation wins Best Website of Year,2016
Bride and groom pledge for organ donation
Bride and groom pledge for organ donation
Greater measures by centre and private hospitals
Greater measures by centre and private hospitals

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