Sumit Prajapati, A 32-Year-Old Changemaker, Was A Teenager When He Rejected A Rs 16-lakh Job To Provide Free Medicines To Poor
More Than 50,000 Patients Have Received Free Medicines In The Last 5 Years Due To The Free Medicine Bank
“I am aware of the poor condition of the health facilities in the state. I will expand my bank and try to reach as many people as possible.” - Sumit Prajapati
After Getting A Good Response For His Free Medicine Bank Sumit's Focus Shifted Towards Helping The Visually Impaired People
"5 years ago, I saw a helpless old blind man struggling to cross the road, of course, I helped him cross the road. While helping the elderly man, I realized how easy we with sight have it. This small incident made me think about the visually impaired struggle in their day-to-day life" - Sumit, Prajapati
To Date, He’s Helped Over 15,000+ Visually Impaired Poor Patients To Get A Free Eye Operation
Sumit travels to multiple rural villages in Uttar Pradesh and holds free eye operation camps. Each camp focused on providing more than 500 patients with medical aid and assistance. Their initiative grew bigger and more people kept showing up to these camps seeking medical assistance.
Now Sumit Wants To Open His Own Hospital So That He Can Help Thousands More In Need
"At present, our hospital has only 11 beds and the number of poor patients is increasing. So it seems very disheartening when a hospital is unable to provide needful care to the poor. In order to enhance the growth and facilities of this hospital, I request you all to come forward."
The Hospital requires an Ambulance, Pathology Lab, Ultrasound Center, and a Nursery for small children. They need your support so that they can help more poor patients.
Help Him By Donating As Much As You Can