Shree Pavapuri Tirth-Jeev Maitri Dham
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KP Sanghvi Religious Trust
Shree Sumati Jeev Raksha Kendra
Shri Pavapuri Tirth - Jeev Maitridham, Krishnaganj, Dist. Sirohi, Rajasthan
KP Sanghvi Charitable Trust, Pavapuri
Tent, food, accommodation, promotional activities and pick-up and drop facilities for our differently-abled members.
Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti, Jaipur
20 doctors, checkup facility along with all medical tools and equipment
Bharat Seva Sansthan, Jodhpur
Managerial camp services provided by 50 volunteers from the Bharat Seva Sansthan and 50 students from Abu Road Nursing College.
1. An auspicious opening ceremony of the camp by Shri Ashok Gehlot, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Rajasthan Government. He also observed the camp and graciously distributed and monitored the equipment.
2. A total number of 713 differently-abled were examined from Sirohi, Shivganj and Revdar division, out of which 503 were given devices to help them. These devices included 122 tricycles, 66 wheelchairs, 31 artificial feet, 27 callipers, 8 artificial hands, 46 crutches, 32 sticks as well as 171 hearing devices.
707 differently-abled were examined from many villages of Jalore district out of which 481 were offered devices that helped them. These devices included 131 tricycles, 38 wheelchairs, 26 artificial feet, 18 callipers, 7 artificial hands, 55 crutches, 18 sticks and 188 hearing devices.
1. 541 differently-abled were examined from Pindwara and Abu Road division from Sirohi District; everyone was offered devices that they needed. These devices included 107 tricycles, 51 wheelchairs, 16 artificial feet, 17 callipers, 33 crutches, 49 sticks and 268 hearing devices.
2. The camp was carried out and achieved under the inspection of our chief guest Shrimati Payal Parasrampuriya, Chief District of Sirohi.
Sirohi and villages across Jalor District
The three-day camp was a major success. Through this camp, we were able to examine 1961 differently-abled people from Sirohi and villages across Jalor District. 1525 Differently abled were provided with devices and equipment that they needed to deal with their daily struggle. This equipment included 360 tricycles, 155 wheelchairs, 73 artificial feet, 62 callipers, 15 artificial hands, 134 crutches, 99 sticks and 627 hearing devices.