Friday, May 20, 2011

Kudos to Akasha Paravakal - If none, all of you are there with dedication

Hats off to the Akasha Paravakal - A great service they are rendering for unidentified, unattended, discarded ailing psychic patients.

We, the volunteers of DNipCare met the patient tonight and managed to establish his identity through lengthy interaction that he is belonging to Ambayapuly House, Kodakkal, Tirunnavaya in Malappuram District of Kerala. We also could get links to his family and contacted his cousin Mr. Abdul Latheef over telephone. He has agreed to send his family members to Delhi to take home the patient from Delhi. In the meanwhile, he is getting a very good care in Akasha Paravakal, the home for unidentified, unattended, discarded ailing psychic patients.

Friday, May 13, 2011

Candle Light Memorial for AIDS Victims in Palliative Care Monthly Review Meeting - 14 May 2011

DNipCare conducted the Palliative Care monthly review meeting in Kerala Club, New Delhi and also Candle Light Memorial for AIDS victims today, i.e., 14th May 2011. Discusions were held about the patients especially bedridden, terminally ill patients being cared by DNipCare.

Candle Light Memorial for AIDS victims was started internationally in 1983 and being observed by groups all over the world during the third week of May. Comemorating the occasion, Dr. Nabeel of the UN AIDS and the National Coordinator for Candle Light Memorial lighted the candles.

Ms. Tapati Dutta working with the International AIDS Vaccine Inititative (IAVI), Ms. Sumitha Chalil of NACO etc disseminated information on care for AIDS patients. Detailed discussions were held on different aspects of ailing AIDS patients and also on the preventive methods. Shri A.T. Sainudin, President of DNipCare chaired the meeting.
with regards,

kv hamza,
General Secretary, DNipCare

Wish You all a very Happy Nurses Day

We, the volunteers of DNipCare, would like to convey our heartfelt gratitude to Bindu, Suresh Thaliyaril, Mary and many such Nurses who have been supporting us by their valuable time and energy in rendering care to the ailing Palliative patients.

They are concerned for the hapless patients more than their leisure and comfort.

On this occasion of International Nurses Day, We would like to congratulate them all for their all out committed efforts.

kv hamza,
General Secretary, DNipCare