Saturday, October 8, 2016

World Hospice & Palliative Care Day Celebration 2016 - In association with Shanti Avedna Sadan, New Delhi


DNipCare (Delhites’ National Initiative in Pallitive Care) in association with Shanti Avedna Sadan, the first hospice centre in India, celebrated the World Hospice and Palliative Care Day 2016 in the Centre in New Delhi. 

The theme for for the World Day 2016 was

Dr. RK Grover, Director and CEO, Delhi State Cancer Institute was the Chief Guest.  Sister Ancy, Incharge, Shanti Avedna Sadan, Delhi presented the perspective of Hospice Care while KV Hamza, Gen. Secretary, DNipCare, detailed the Palliative Home Care as well as outpatient clinical services rendered by DNipCare for the chronic patients in and around Delhi.  Shri Arun Sharma, Ex- Additional Controller General of Accounts, Father Stanley of Catholic Sabha, Gole Dak Khana Church, Mrs. Elizabeth Antony, Chairperson, Navoothan Charitable Trust, Dr. Saveena Rakheja, Pain Clinic in charge, Safdarjung Hospital, Dr. Neeta Kumar, Scientist, Indian Council for Medical Research, Mr. Aditya Ghildyal, President of Association of Greater Noida Industries (AGNI) spoke on the efficacy of Palliative Hospice and Home Care for ailing patients.  Mr. A.T. Sainudin, President, DNipCare presided over the function. 

A commendation certificate appreciating the yeomen services rendered by the students of NSS Wing of The Hindu College, Delhi University for the cause of Cancer patients since October 2015, has been issued jointly by the President of DNipCare and Director & CEO of Delhi State Cancer Institute and handed over to Mr. Shubham Kumar, the President of the NSS Unit. 

Mr. Shyamalan of Delhi Police handed over the financial resources generated by him through his Calligraphy skill for the cause of cancer patients to the President of DNipCare during the occasion.  All the hardworking committed workers of Shanti Avedna Sadan have also been honoured for their excellent performance in the interest of humanity. 

After the official program, an enchanting musical treat was also served for entertaining the patients and the participants by the NSS Unit of Hindu College. 

The program was an eye opener to the efficacy and intricacies of Palliative Home and Hospice Care to the general public, opined everybody.

With warm regards to all those who made this event a grand success.

kv hamza
Gen. Secretary, DNipCare


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