Ramesh was earning his bread by working as a private driver in Mumbai. He and his wife Adeshwari, lived in a chawl in Mumbai.
February 2018, Vol 8, Issue 1
Skill building nurses for Pediatric Hematology/Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplantation - the next big initiative
Sankalp-People Tree Centre for Pediatric BMT is happy to enable Ms Elizabeth Arku from BMT Ghana to receive 20 days of intense training.
Sankalp is in collaboration with Dr Prabhakar Kore KLE Hospital and Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum to help strengthen the the delivery of care to the thalassemia patients.
The month of December saw yet another milestone for Team Sankalp. We took two strides forward in our mission to give life a better chance.
In December 2017, 3 camps were organised in Indore, Bhopal and Gwalior by Government of Madhya Pradesh together with Team Sankalp.
On 3rd December 2017, Department of Pediatrics, Rural Development Trust, Ananthpur organised the 1st CME on Thalassemia.
DKMS - Germany, Sankalp India Foundation - Bangalore and Cure2Children Foundation - Italy come together to find ways to increase access to cure from thalassemia
On 9-10th January 2018, we at Sankalp were honoured and excited to host a delegation from DKMS Germany including Dr Thomas Klingebiel, a very well known person in the pediatric BMT and hemato-on
Low-cost matched sibling bone marrow transplant for standard-risk thalassemia in a limited-resource setting - Published in PHOJ
Bone marrow transplantation continues to be the only cure from thalassemia.
Can inequity in healthcare be bridged in LMICs – Multicentre experience from thalassemia day care centres in India - published in PHOJ
Delivering equitable healthcare is a global challenge. There are certain groups of patients which continue to perform poorly on clinical indicators compared to other patients.
I am Deepak, a student at IIIT Delhi, and I volunteered for Sankalp in December 2017. I came to know about Sankalp through my father, who has worked with Sankalp.