Friday, March 14, 2014

World Kidney Day. Celebration of the Day is enough? What about our Individual Social Responsibility?

One in 10 people in India suffers from Chronic Kidney diseases (CKD). Prevention is always welcome. But what about supporting those already affected and suffering? Unable to afford neither kidney transplant nor twice or thrice a week dialysis costing an average Rs.1800/- per dialysis, the CKD is the worst scenario especially when the facilities in public sector is grossly inadequate to the extent that even AIIMS, New Delhi is said to have hardly 13 machines only. Will the Government authorities and individuals take it seriously?

Here are the leads to some of the noble initiatives, we know, in this direction:
Shri Anandpur Trust Charitable Diagnostic Center, C-9/4, Krishna Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi - 110051

kv hamza,
General Secretary, DNipCare

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