Yogi Divine is a trust registered in Vadodara which undertakes several programs including medical care for the economically disadvantaged and tribal populace, education and relief work projects that promote the overall welfare of the society.
We have contributed towards its project of providing medical care and spreading awareness about the basic health and hygiene in rural areas. Yogi Divine Society has actively worked in several villages in districts of Panchmahal and Bharuch in the State of Gujarat.
SHEOWS is a registered society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 since 1994. SHEOWS since last 14 years are providing free shelter, food, clothing, medical care facilities, love and affection to the destitute and abandoned old aged. Most of these elders are picked up from the streets of Delhi NCR or brought in by Police/hospital authorities. With a strong belief that helping old aged people and spreading awareness of elder care would not only give them a new life but also reduce the issue of elder abuse in society. The working model of SHEOWS is as below:
We have supported Saint Hardayal Educational and Orphans Welfare Society (SHEOWS), an NGO, who are providing free shelter, food, clothing, medical care facilities, love and affection to the destitute and abandoned old aged. We have donated to SHEOWS for establishing Pathalogy Lab for tests like CBC, LFT, KFT, Lipid profile etc. and for purchasing medicines (general medicines and neuro medicines) for old aged peoples.
J Watumull Global Hospital & Research Centre, popularly known as Global Hospital is a multidisciplinary hospital in Rajasthan. It is registered under Global Hospital & Research Centre Trust, a charity registered with the Charity Commissioner of Greater Mumbai region. It provides medical treatment and better health facility to the needy people. We had partnered with them for the last five years for their several projects which included nutrition initiative and healthcare initiative for tuberculosis detection, pediatric eye care project, oral cancer screening and Mobile Clinic Projects. We have contributed towards the following projects:
Mobile Clinic Project: Under this project, a health consultation service offered to 56 remote villages in Sirohi, Rajasthan, through two mobile clinics, each staffed by a driver, doctor and paramedic. The Mobile Clinic Project did villagers a huge service in the past, offering them timely health consultations in familiar surroundings. The most vulnerable sections of society—children, the elderly and women—benefited the most from this service.
Tuberculosis Project: The project involves sampling suspect tuberculosis patients to evaluate their condition— patients with negative results provided with education on how to avoid infection, while those who test positive are given special assistance. Patients are provided with medicines from the government’s stock and nutritional supplements to enhance their dietary requirements and also boost their immune system. The project targeted around 5,000 people from the lower socio-economic strata and around 3% of these people were provided with support for biopsy, based on average occurrence levels of cancer.
Preventive Pediatric Eye Care Project: Global Hospital had undertaken Preventive Pediatric Eye Care Project in the schools of Rajasthan in villages and identified 100 children as needing spectacles and 50 children as needing eye surgery. The company has taken this opportunity to support such children and provided necessary financial support to the Global Hospital to cure them.
Preventive Healthcare Nutrition Initiative for children: Preventive health is a key focus area of Global Hospital’s village outreach program. Breakfast is served to primary school-going children to complete their nutritional needs, and it also acts as an added incentive to attend school.