This is a story of a boy who is 14 year old and very smart. He belongs to a very small village of Bihar.
Let’s share a scenario. A person is anemic with a Hb of 9 gm/dl and brought in for a surgical procedure.
It has been three years since the time Sankalp started the program for thalassemia cure. We started our bone marrow transplantations for patients who had a matched related donor only.
Sankalp India Foundation have always focused on strategic planning of blood donation drives to ensure availability of blood throughout the year.
Mission “Thalassemia Free India” strengthened with the signing of MOUs to setup and strengthen day care centres
In September 2018, we took our mission for "Thalassemia Free India" further by signing up the MoUs to replicate our model of comprehensive care and management for thalassemia in more
A new step forward has been made in our mission to ensure that children suffering from Thalassemia get proper care and management with the inauguration of the new Thalassemia Day Care Centre
Sankalp India Foundation, a Bangalore based voluntary organization started in 2003, achieved a double milestone of having completed 100 Bone Marrow Transpla
29th November 2018, Bangalore
This is a story of a family who are extremely poor and who are also categorised as backwards, they are also treated very low in the society which they live.
The blood shortage during the summer months is a problem plaguing us from time unknown.
Given our quest to do full justice to our principle of Giving Life A Better Chance, it was essential that we spent some time on balancing rapid growth with consolidation of existing work.
Sankalp-Cure2Children Network meeting for BMT was organised on 28-29 May 2018 at People Tree Hospitals, Bangalore.
ThalMeet 2018, the meeting of thalassemia centre who aim at harmonising Thalassemia Care and strengthen last mile delivery was organised on 21 and 22 May 2018 in Bangalore.
8th May 2018, Bangalore