Our non-profit organisation has successfully conducted more than 4,35,441 free of cost polio corrective surgeries for several patients, irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, etc., providing treatments to polio-affected people and helping them stand and walk on their own. We also undertake surgeries of patients suffering from other congenital disabilities.
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Spreading Happiness, Free of Cost
In Sakola village (Chhattisgarh), Sandeep and Poonam Gupta experienced an overwhelming sense of joy when their first child was born.
The birth of Radhika brought immense joy to the household of Satendra Singh and Shilpi Devi, residents of Mohammadpur, Agra. However, their happiness was short-lived, as they soon noticed that both of their daughter’s legs appeared weaker than the rest of her body. Upon taking her to the doctor, they discovered that Radhika had been […]
The birth of a child is supposed to be a time of joy and celebration. However, for Mohammad Iqbal Ansari and Mariam Bibi of Deogarh, Jharkhand, their happiness soon turned into sorrow.
Siddharth Singh Rathore was born into a large joint family in Churu, Rajasthan. His birth was a cause for joy and celebration, but as he grew up, his family noticed that he had cerebral palsy.
Ankur, a young and determined 17-year-old boy from Etawah, Uttar Pradesh, India, was born with polio, a disease that left him unable to walk on both legs.