Thalassemics India “Helping Hands” project is to help underprivileged patients with thalassemia in their treatment. Since the launch of this project in 2000, TI has touched thousands of lives of people living with thalassemia in thousands. Free of cost iron chelation medicines, blood leucocyte filters, infusion pumps are given to the most needy patients across the county. Check-up clinics are held to review such patients before further medical support is given to them. Depending on the availability of funds, post BMT treatment support is also given to those patients who undergo BMT under Coal India CSR –Thalassemia Bal Sewa Yojna.
Thalassemics India “Pahunch” project is to address health, social and economic repercussions. Under this project we collaborate with :
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India
Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi
Indian Red Cross Society, National Headquarters
Thalassaemia International Federation (TIF)
Help in arranging Blood Donations Camps
Thalassemics India “Spreading Smiles “ project is to bring joy to our thalassemia patients. Our events and programmes aim to lift spirits and spread smiles. Through our activities, we offer opportunities for patients and families to meet and get together.
This project is aimed to see our country free from Thalassemia. From 1990 onwards, Thalassemics India has been organizing thalassemia screening camps and conducting awareness talks in schools, colleges, corporate and at other places. Awareness drives are conducted by putting hoardings on road at prominent places for community awareness.
Moving forward, Thalassemics India joined hands in 2020 with IRCS in connection with Thalassemia Screening Programme under an MOU to start thalassemia screening at the IRCS headquarter, New Delhi. The centre was formally inaugurated by the former Health Minister, Dr. Harsh Vardhan on 18 August 2020.
For more information visit:- Indian Red Cross Society
Bone Marrow Transplant
Thalassemics India is appointed by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India to coordinate the “Thalassemia Bal Sewa Yojna” project under which Thalassemia Major and Aplastic Anaemia patients are given financial assistance up to Rs.10 lakhs per transplant from Coal India Limited under their CSR initiative.
For more information, contact Thalassemics India or Coal India Ltd
Thalassemics India : Rashmi Kalra
Coal India : Sachin B.
Email : sachin.b@coaIindia.in
Thalassemia Patients Advocacy Group (a patient wing of T.I.) & Thalassemics India are following up with Government authorities to address the three important elements of Blood Safety: Safe Donor, Safe Blood & Safe Transfusion.
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