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Rahul Pawara

Rahul Pawara , 6 years from Maharashtra, has been diagnosed with a heart disorder called a Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) where there is a hole in the upper chamber of the heart that urgently needs surgical closure. This procedure is due to take place at Jupiter Hospital, in Mumbai. Rahul's mother Shevanti Bai is a house wife, she looks after her five children with JatuPawara, who is a farmer. He brings home a monthly income of Rs 3000 with which it is impossible to pay for Rahul’s medical costs – the only ray of hope to be able to live the life he deserves.


Baby of Renju, 13 days old from Kerala, at such an early stage is suffering from a congenital heart defect called transposition of the great arteries (TGA) and requires an arterial switch operation, at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi. Father Ajit Kumar is a driver and earns Rs 9000 per month. He is unable to meet the costs required for medical treatment and has reached out to GF for financial support.

Aradhya Pandey

Aradhya Pandey, 6 months old is the second child of the parents hailing from Madhya Pradesh. A week after birth Aradhya had high fever. She was taken to the district hospital where doctors detected an irregular murmur. She was given medicines and was asked to go to a hospital in a bigger city for further evaluation and management. The parents were clueless, as they had never stepped out of their district. Months passed, the baby continued to get a fever that came and went. A local temple priest advised the family to go to Jaypee Hospital in Noida. They came to the hospital with great difficulty by borrowing money from the villagers. An echo was done and revealed Aradhya had a large hole in between the Ascending Aorta and Pulmonary Artery (PDA). Surgery was the only option for the child. Aradhya’s father owned a tea shop in the village, earning Rs.4,000 per month. The parents were not in a position to deposit the money required for the surgery. This is when the doctors sought help from Genesis Foundation and were happy and extremely thankful that we were able to support.


Shivam, 4 years from Bihar, has a cardiac disorder and has been prescribed for aortic ballooning where there is narrowing of the aortic valve and it needs opening with the ballooning procedure at Apollo Hospital, in Delhi. Shivam’s father Suresh is a laborer and earns a monthly income of Rs 6000 with which he supports his four children and wife. They have two sons and two daughters – it’s almost impossible for Suresh to bring together the funds required for the surgery.


Krishna, 4 years from Uttar Pradesh has been suffering from Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) and DORV (Double Outlet Right Ventricle), a hole in the lower chamber of the heart with the narrowing of the pulmonary valve where the origin of the pulmonary artery is from the aorta instead of the right ventricle and needs to be rectified surgically. This procedure will be done at JaypeeHospital, Noida and Krishna’s father Ram Naresh is unable to afford this procedure. He works as a security guard and brings home Rs 4000 per month, meeting the expensive costs of surgery are sadly impossible for him and he desperately seeks financial support to make sure his son survives.