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Help Sahil Survive 'Thalassemia Major'!

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Thalassemics India is an ngo set up by a body of parents for the care and treatment of Thalassemia patients and their families. To help and support them to live. Treatment of Thalassemia is lifelong and expensive. Many give up as they are unable to afford it. 
Thus: Funds raised from Milaap will go towards the treatment of under privileged children suffering from this Blood Disorder-Thalassemia.

Thalassemia patients need regular blood transfusions, injections, capsules, other life saving drugs necessary for their survival.
The management is expensive-Rs 2 Lakhs per year per child. These funds will help Thalassemics India to support their treatment.

Thalassemics India is a registered body non-profit organisation set up in 1986. all donations are exempt under 80G. We are also eligible to receive foreign funding under FCRA.
www.thalassemicsindia.org

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News Paper Clip 1
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80G Certificate
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News Paper clip 3
International conferences held by Thalassemics India
International conferences held by Thalassemics India
Thalassemia Children performing on International Thalassemia Day
Thalassemia Children performing on International Thalassemia Day

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Rs.2,500 raised

Goal: Rs.10,000,000

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Thalassemics donated Rs.2,500