Narayan Seva Sansthan distributes over 602 modular limbs in Kenya

Wednesday 07th February 2024 05:57 EST

Narayan Seva Sansthan, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving humanity, organized free camps in various cities across Kenya and provided over 602 Narayan Modular limbs to amputees. The camps, held in Nairobi, Kisumu, Kissi, Meru and Mombasa and a number of amputees received life-changing prosthetic limbs.

These initiatives were made possible through collaboration with esteemed partners, including Lord Mahavir Swami Followers (Nairobi), Pride Enterprises Ltd, Nemchand Kachra & late Zaverchand Ramji Gudka & Family (Kisumu), Visa Oshwal Community (Kissi), Hindu Samaj Meru, and Mombasa Cement. Suryakant Challa (President NSS Kenya Chapter) coordinated the camps and arrangements for the team of medical experts and support staff from Udaipur, India headquarter of NSS India who travelled to Kenya.

The camps not only distributed modular limbs but also facilitated the measurement of over 750 prosthetic devices to ensure a perfect fit for each recipient in the next series of camps to be conducted in April.

One of the highlights of the event was the presence of Dr. Ida Odinga, wife of Raila Odinga, Former Prime Minister of Kenya, who attended the camp in Kisumu. Prashant Agarwal, President of Narayan Seva Sansthan, expressed his gratitude and commitment to the cause, stating, "These camps mark another milestone in our mission to empower amputees. Narayan Seva Sansthan is dedicated to providing free and high-quality prosthetic limbs to those in need. We are grateful for the support of our partners and volunteers who make these initiatives possible."

Over the last three years, the Sansthan has organized 12 camps, distributing more than 1,500 modular limbs to individuals across various regions. Ravish Kavdia, heading the camps, said that the Sansthan is serving humanity by providing medical, educational, and rehabilitation services to the differently-abled and economically disadvantaged individuals.

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