This camp has targeted to provide corrective surgery and other post operation assistance to more than 100 kids
With the vision to liberate the society of Specially Abled Individuals across the world, Narayan Seva Sansthan - a charitable organisation that runs charitable hospitals in the country for Specially-abled people, in particular polio and by birth disabled, has organized it’s 13th camp in Uganda to provide Medical help and support for the Disabled people in Uganda from 3rd March 2019 to 9th March 2019 in association with Ministry of health , Uganda and Hoima Regional Referral Hospital. This camp has targeted to provide corrective surgery and other post operation assistance to more than 100 kids so that they can get rid of their disability without free of cost.
Speaking on this occasion, Mr Prashant Agarwal, President, Narayan Seva Sansthan said
“NSS team want to sincerely thank the leadership of Honorable Minister of Health and Respected PS and the Directors of Ministry of Health, Doctors and Medical Staff and also its various Hospitals specially Mulago, Fort portal and Hoima Hospital for providing the platform to NSS to help under privileged disabled people. With the continued support for MoH and Donors from Indian Community, we would like to continue the services so that more and more under privileged people get the benefit that otherwise are not in position to afford the direct and indirect cost and of the treatment.”
NSS Uganda has transformed so far life of more than 1000 disabled people by provided free and quality medical services so far since its inception in July 2016. NSS team strongly believe that “Service to Mankind is Service to God” and hence it need to be provided with Love and without any discrimination.
Narayan Seva Sansthan’s team started its social work in 2016 to provide Surgery, Artificial Limbs, Wheel chairs, Tri cycles , CP Chairs and other assistive devices to the less privileged and needy disabled people of Uganda. NSS Uganda is being run by the likeminded people of Indian Origin with the objective of serving the society at large by rendering treatment and rehabilitation of disabled person at free of cost.