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
23 May 2018, Mumbai
Measurability is the cornerstone of good care and management. In the year 2017-18 across the 4 day care centres part of the Sankalp Program for Thalassemia
Sankalp uses a custom technology platform - TeamRed.In in order to ensure that the best is achieved i every blood donation camp.
In 2017-18 we collected 12964 units in 194 camps, crossing 94,000 units and 1100+ camps as the overall collection.
Sunil and Kavita both were from Madhya Pradesh. Sunil was from a small village called Nimach and Kavita was from Ratlam.
When requested to share her views regarding training sessions conducted over 6 weeks in Bangalore and Indore, Elizabeth Sebastian, the staff nurse from Indore said:
Little Ronak walked in last year on 31 March 2017 into our Sankalp-CIMS Centre for BMT, Ahmedabad.
Sankalp India Foundation had organized a Blood Bank Meet at NIMHANS on 17th November, 2017.
The most essential aspect of caring for severe thalassemia syndromes (ST) with the inability to spontaneously maintain haemoglobin levels more than 7 gm/dl is a good blood transfusion service.
April 2018 brings to Sankalp the discharge of the 100th patient who received bone marrow transplantation at one of our two centres in Bangalore or Ahmedabad.
Ramesh was earning his bread by working as a private driver in Mumbai. He and his wife Adeshwari, lived in a chawl in Mumbai.