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Help Sumesh Sawant recover from life threatning brain injury

Sumesh, a 24 year old young man, is currently battling for life in the ICU at Jaslok Hospital following an bike accident.


Sumesh, who is an orphan, comes from a very humble background and has dedicated his whole life to work for underprivileged children. He has created a holistic community with the help of Reclink Australia, a not-for-profit organisation, to reach out to children of various backgrounds and has worked tirelessly to provide them with work opportunities, personality building through sports and a platform to hone their skills and talents.

His financial situation is below average and he does not have any family to look after him. We as friends have been pooling in all our resources and efforts to provide him with medical support. He is on life support (ventilator) as of now. However, he is in dire need of funds for multiple brain surgeries.The hospital and doctors have given us an estimate of 10-11 lakh rupees for the surgeries and post surgical care.


Saving his life would help not just him but many other underprivileged children. Help Sumesh survive and continue his positive work!

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18th April 2019
Dear Supporters,

First of all, we would like to thank you for your tremendous support and good wishes! Sumesh has shown positive signs of recovery. He is aware of his surroundings and can recognize people now. He is capable of breathing on his own while he is awake and they turn the ventilator on when he is sedated. He is responding very well to physiotherapy as well and moves his hands and legs strongly. His vision in the left eye seems good and he follows movements and people.

The doctors will keep him under observation in the ICU to see if he can go without ventilator for 48 hours, following which he may be shifted to HDU.

We thank you again for your continued  prayers and contributions without which Sumesh would not have shown such miraculous recovery.
Dear Supporters,

First of all, we would like to thank you for your tremendous support and good wishes! Sumesh has shown positive signs of recovery. He is aware of his surroundings and can recognize people now. He is capable of breathing on his own while he is awake and they turn the ventilator on when he is sedated. He is responding very well to physiotherapy as well and moves his hands and legs strongly. His vision in the left eye seems good and he follows movements and people.

The doctors will keep him under observation in the ICU to see if he can go without ventilator for 48 hours, following which he may be shifted to HDU.

We thank you again for your continued  prayers and contributions without which Sumesh would not have shown such miraculous recovery.
14th April 2019
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

Last night Two surgeries were performed on Sumesh by an opthamologist and a neuro surgeon.

Post surgery analysis -

There was slight dislocation of the brain in the skull. It had moved slightly downwards. Which has been fixed. Right temporal lobe has sustained some damage, recover might take time
Right eye has been restored to it's proper position.. Left eye seems fine. 99% chances of full recovery of vision with some impairment like blurry or bloody vision.

Feeding process shall begin with the help of a tube through the mouth.

Lowered dosage of anaesthesia expecting him to regain consciousness in the next 6-7hrs

No restoration of capacity to breathe fully by himself, ventilator aid will be gradually decreased to trigger bodies natural processes to take over.
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

Last night Two surgeries were performed on Sumesh by an opthamologist and a neuro surgeon.

Post surgery analysis -

There was slight dislocation of the brain in the skull. It had moved slightly downwards. Which has been fixed. Right temporal lobe has sustained some damage, recover might take time
Right eye has been restored to it's proper position.. Left eye seems fine. 99% chances of full recovery of vision with some impairment like blurry or bloody vision.

Feeding process shall begin with the help of a tube through the mouth.

Lowered dosage of anaesthesia expecting him to regain consciousness in the next 6-7hrs

No restoration of capacity to breathe fully by himself, ventilator aid will be gradually decreased to trigger bodies natural processes to take over.
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Rs.915,790 raised

Goal: Rs.1,000,000

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