Medical Assistance

INTRODUCTION

One of the most fundamental needs of developing countries like ours is medical assistance and healthcare support. The objectives of the Hope Foundation and Research Centre provide for supporting causes that seek medical attention.

A number of cases have been aided by Hope Foundation by mobilising funds, extending financial assistance for cases of hospitalisation and treatment for cataract and associated surgeries. The idea is to contribute in meaningful, sustainable ways to help bring about a change – however small it may be – in the lives of those less fortunate.

The medical objectives of Hope Foundation and Research Centre provides for rendering assistance through the provision of financial assistance for the treatment of persons suffering from any illness in general and in particular cancer of all types, or any other manner. 
In association with the Moolani Eye Care Centre, Pune (http://www.eyemoolani.com); Hope Foundation seeks contributions from the corporate by way of donations / CSR and conducts eye camps, eye surgeries with a focus on those which aim at reducing preventable blindness such a cataract, glaucoma, pterygium and corneal surgeries in young and old, also to include surgical procedures for underprivileged children and young adults such a squint, ptosis and refractive procedures in high refractive errors to help them to achieve a stable social and financial life. It also conducts medical camps like eye screening and general health check-up camps etc.

30

Mar

2022

Cataract Surgeries

Hope Foundation and Research Centre in association with the Moolani Eye Care Centre, Pune

Hope Foundation seeks contributions from the corporate by way of donations / CSR for undertaking eye surgeries like cataract surgery on economically weak patients as well as conducting camps in rural areas to diagnose and screen patients for cataracts, glaucoma and childhood blindness

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Jun

2021

Cataract Surgeries

Hope Foundation and Research Centre in association with the Moolani Eye Care Centre, Pune

Hope Foundation seeks contributions from the corporate by way of donations / CSR for undertaking eye surgeries like cataract surgery on economically weak patients as well as conducting camps in rural areas to diagnose and screen patients for cataracts, glaucoma and childhood blindness



As part of its social commitments, Hope Foundation and Research Centre through its educational and research entities organises blood donation camps. Blood donations help accident and burn victims, patients who require heart surgery or organ transplants and those battling cancer, to name a few. In the past, blood donations have been collected for Akshay Blood Bank, Civil Hospital Ratnagiri, Red Cross Ratnagiri, and Valavalkar Hospital Dervan.

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Apr

2022

Blood Donation Camp

FAMT organised a Blood Donation Camp on the campus. Redcross Ratnagiri visited the campus and collected the blood. Total 09 faculty members and 41 students donated blood. 

Donors were served a heavy breakfast and given certificates. The program was coordinated by the students of the First Year Engineering Student Association (FESA).

15

Mar

2022

Blood Donation Camp

Hope Foundation’s International Institute of Information Technology, National Service Scheme (NSS) has celebrated Founder’s Day by conducting Blood donation camp.

The blood donation camp was organised by NSS Unit in Room No A-05 at the ground floor academic building, I2IT, Pune. Students and faculty members have participated in this event. In all 128 bags each of 450 ml blood was collected. The camp was wind up at 5:30 p.m. in the evening. The staff members of Acharya Anandrishiji Pune Blood Bank appreciate this event by providing an appreciation certificate.

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Sep

2021

Blood Donation Camp

Hope Foundation’s International Institute of Information Technology, National Service Scheme (NSS) has celebrated NSS Day by conducting Blood Donation Camp on 24th  September 2021 in association with Acharya Anandrushiji Blood Bank, Sadashiv Peth, Pune.

In the current pandemic scenario, Blood Donation becomes the real act of humanity, as it can mean the world to someone in need.

In this view, a blood donation camp was organized by NSS Unit, I2IT, Pune. In all Twenty (20) bags each 350 ml blood was donated by Students and faculty members of I2IT. The staff members of Acharya Anandrishiji Pune Blood Bank appreciated the participation of students and faculty members and acknowledged every donor by providing a donation certificate. In the end honorable Principal Dr. Vaishali V. Patil, congratulate all participants and ensures to conduct such blood donation camps in near future.

17

Sep

2019

Blood Donation Camp

A Blood Donation Camp was organized to create health awareness and social responsibility among students in the academy by FAMT Engineering Students in association with RED CROSS and CIVIL HOSPITAL BLOOD BANK, Ratnagiri.

The camp received a huge response from the students and the faculty members as 130 donors participated in the camp and donated blood. The Principal of FAMT, Dr. Kaushal Prasad inaugurated the camp. All the students coordinators worked hard to make this event a grand success.

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Aug

2018

Blood Donation Camp

Hope Foundation’s I²IT NSS Unit organized a one-day blood donation camp. This camp was organized in association with Acharya Anandrishiji Pune Blood Bank. Students and faculty members participated in this social cause.

In all fifty three bags of 350 ml blood were collected.

The staff members of Acharya Anandrishiji Pune Blood Bank appreciated the efforts and presented a memento and a certificate to the Institute. In the end, Principal Dr. Vaishali V. Patil congratulated all participants the team to conduct such events in the future.

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Natural disasters, unpredictable as they are, can most often be devastating to the people affected by it. They not only cripple the lives of the victims; but can invariably affect the country – regardless of its economic or political standing. Disasters can wreak havoc causing an unpredictable long recovery process.

Hope Foundation and its educational and research entities are committed to their role as disaster support entities. The focus is to step up their assistance and contribute in terms of materials and utilities post a disaster. It provides relief and through needs assessments, Hope Foundation through its educational and research divisions provides assistance to victims from adversity. These reach out initiatives bolster the social responsibilities of the Trust / Society while instilling in the student volunteers a sense of responsibility towards their brethren in times of need.

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Feb

2022

A webinar on ‘Covid 19, Agritech and Food Security’

A webinar was organized on the topic “Covid 19, Agritech and Food Security” by Dr. Shweta Sinha (Ph.D., MBA, B.Engg.),Assistant Professor in Environmental Technology 

at Pridi Banomyong International College, Thammasat University, Thailand. The Presentation started with the linkage between Covid 19 and the Food security and rice market during Covid 19. Speaker also shared the role of ICT in agriculture. Speaker also shared that Digital technology in agriculture is evolving. Speaker has explored many things related to opportunities in agritech and food security. The session was very informative and the speaker’s detailed explanation definitely made it very easy for us to understand the topic too in a very short period of time.

Participants have understood the need for modern agritech for our country. Participants also understood the need to take good practices and technology from other countries and then as an engineer’s come up with Suitable and affordable technologies for our farmers.

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18

Nov

2021

Dry Ration Kit Distribution

Another day of Dry Ration Kit distribution by Team – Hope Foundation at Kalwad, Lohegaon slum area to the elderly women, housemaids and poor families.

01

Nov

2021

Dry Ration Kit Distribution

Hope Foundation has reached out to elderly women and poor families at Wadgaonsheri area with essential grocery and Dry Ration Kit to help them survive during these difficult times.

18

Oct

2021

Dry Ration Kit Distribution

Hope Foundation and Research Centre has once again organized its dry ration distribution drive for senior citizens and the vulnerable communities residing in the slum areas of Yerwada and Vishrantwadi, Pune.

We are able to bring a difference in the lives of these people with your support and the efforts of our team.

22

Jun

2020

Donation to Chief Ministers Relief Fund, Maharashtra – COVID-19

The Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced so far.

In a crisis of the scale of the Covid-19 pandemic, Hope Foundation’s International Institute of Information Technology (I²IT) donated Rs. 4,00,000/- (Rupees Four Lacs Only) to the Chief Ministers Relief Fund, Maharashtra – COVID – 19. The cheque was handed over to the Office of the District Collector, Pune.