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Rajiv Gandhi Home for Handicapped

MUGHIL is a social organization aims to help poor, rural students for their education and other needs.


Aditya (Age 4), is suffering from ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, a form of Blood Cancer). He was diagnosed with ALL in Feb 2004 and underwent the treatment as per the standard protocol. He fully recovered and was doing fine, leading a normal life. Unfortunately the disease relapsed last month leading to a big risk to his survival. The only hope for giving him a new life is to do a BMT (Bone Marrow Transplant). This would need to be done around Nov 2006. He is currently undergoing intense chemotherapy at CMC, Vellore and is being treated by Dr. Mammen Chandy, who is a pioneer in this field.


Aditya being an only kid, will have undergo Matched Unrelated Donor (MUD) BMT, which will have to be done out of India . The transplant is likely to cost US$150K - 200K (Rs. 70 Lakhs - Rs. 95 Lakhs)”. Please help give Aditya an opportunity to win his battle for life. Join hands in helping the family to save this precious life! You can make donations for him using one of the following modes:

1. Online (secured by Verisign certification) credit card donation: Click on the credit card picture on our homepage and follow the instructions to make a secure payment. Enter “Patient Aditya Kumar” in the space “Project”
We, MUGHIL members contributed Rs.5000/- from our funds to this noble cause.
Driven out of her home by her own unhappiness Kavita joined a hostel run by missionaries where she learned basic living skills, later she moved to a government run hostel for disadvantaged girls and women. A place where orphans, widows, disabled and destitute women were offered food and shelter. She would spend the next fifteen years of her life at this center. Battling her own loneliness and loss Kavita looked around at the women around her, “Many of them were in much worse situations than mine,” she says in her soft Tamil, “I saw them and realized with a sense of shock how blessed I was to have as much as I did. I wanted to help them.” Kavita reached out to these women, and with the warmth and wisdom that come so naturally to her, formed friendships that would last a lifetime. “I met all kinds of people there,” she says, “I don’t know how to explain it but without my being aware I was getting an education.”
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We have volunteers around the globe for our MUGHIL Sangam and kudos to PEC IT 2004 Batch to start and evangelize this social organization to their friends, family and all.


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