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It was the fateful morning of 27th May, 2012 when an episode of Satyamev Jayte highlighted the plight of health care in India and it led to an epiphany in us that has driven us to strive for a better, healthier India.
Enter Dawailelo.com (http://dawailelo.com/), your personal chemist-on-call. Currently we provide free home delivery of state-of-the-art medicines at special discounted prices to senior citizens and are planning to build a centralized healthcare system to facilitate the otherwise cumbersome process of getting appropriate healthcare. Our most recent attempt at making the best out of waste is ' DAWAI DE DO' wherein we shall be collecting the unused and unexpired medicines from our donors and distributing them for FREE to the weaker segment of the society through our channel of qualified doctors.
We have started our journey to make India a healthier place for all, strongly believing in the goodness that exists in each one of us. We have begun to make a difference, come walk with us and feel the change in changing our country.
The funds raised here would go towards expanding our reach and help more people in saving lives. Also it would be used to maintain a better logistic system so that the medicines reach safely to the low income communities in India. Once we hit the target, we will send an update on the impact your contribution made.
For more information, visit our website: http://dawailelo.com/ OR
write to me here: er.adityagrawal@gmail.com

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Rs.4,000
raised of Rs.100,000 goal

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Payment options: Online, cheque/cash pickups

Beneficiary: dawailelo.com info_outline

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Durgesh
Durgesh donated Rs.2,000

keep it up buddies...

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Anonymous donated Rs.2,000