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The Story of Viraj Ganapati Sagat

Viraj Ganapati Sagat, is an eighteen-month-old baby and the youngest child born to couple Komal and Ganapati from Latur, Maharashtra. Ganapati works long and arduous hours farming but brings home a humble income of not more than Rs 5000 per month. In the last few years the droughts in Latur have increased which has affected his work tremendously and in turn the family’s financial stability.
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The Story of Priyansh

Little Priyansh seeks comfort in either the touch of his mother’s hand or his pacifier which he clutches to tightly with his gums. Only four months old, he was born to couple Pinku and Sandryarani from Rourkela, Odisha. Pinku, his father works further away in Chennai as a labourer to earn money with which he is able to support his new family.
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Kids Supported

Ananthi

Ananthi, nearly 11 years old from Tamil Nadu was born with a congenital heart disorder called an Atrial Septal Defect. There was a hole in between the upper chamber of the heart. Her parents Lakshmi and Subramany recollect when Ananthi was only two years old she developed a high fever and with worry they took her to a district hospital where the doctors detected an irregular heartbeat. However, the doctors told her in time she would become better so Lakshmi and Subramany decided to continue sending her to school and resort back to their everyday routine. She is currently studying in the 5th grade and loves school and especially loves to sing. All normalcy came to a halt when around six months ago she developed a high fever again. There were doctors from Miot Hospital who were visiting their district hospital and they recommended that Ananthi come to Miot Hospital in Chennai for surgery and contacted us at Genesis Foundation to suggest financially supporting this case. Subramany is a farmer, who earns Rs 6000 per month and cannot meet the high surgery costs. He has three children and his wife to look after on an extremely tight budget. We have supported this case and Ananthi was operated on and sent home in a stable condition. She is on her road to recovery and will be rejoining school as soon as she can.

Nihal Abdulla

Nihal Abdulla, only 3 months old was born in Kerala where he lives with his family. He was born as a blue baby, suffering from a heart disorder. The doctors diagnosed it as Transposition of Great Arteries (TGA) with Aortic Arch obstruction. In this problem the two main arteries of the body originate from the wrong chambers of the heart. In addition to this, Nihal also had an obstruction in the Aorta which carries pure bloody in the body. His parents Ayishath and Abdul Rahman showed him to a local physician who put him on some medication so his parents felt assured that he was going to get better. One day he turned extremely blue and started gasping for breath, the doctor then told his parents that they need to take him to Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, in Kochi. Nihal was finally operated on and on a road to recovery as the surgery went off well. Getting together the funds for the surgery were close to impossible for Abdul Rahman. He was left helpless, as he is the sole provider for the family. He works hard as a driver and brings home Rs 5000 per month with which it was impossible to make the payments necessary to save his son’s life.

Fahad Chaudhary

Fahad Chaudhary, three years old from Thane, diagnosed with tetralogy of fallot, a cardiac disorder was prescribed a BT shunt surgery at Jupiter Hospital, in Mumbai. Fahad’s father Zahagir works hard as a labourer and earns Rs 4000 per month. The cost of surgery was much too high for the family, so we at GF stepped in to take away this financial burden and get their son the treatment he needed to live.

Rithvik Kadari

Rithvik Kadari, one year old from Maharashtra has been suffering from a heart disorder called Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection (TAPVC). In this particular diagnosis, the blood doesn’t take the normal route from the lungs to the heart and out to the body. Instead, the veins from the lungs attach to the heart in abnormal positions and this means the oxygenated blood enters into the wrong chamber. A life-threatening disorder where surgery is the only answer. His father Veerababu is an office boy and earns Rs 8000 per month with which it is impossible to pay for surgery. We at Genesis Foundation committed ourselves in financially supporting his medical costs with thanks to our supporter Hitesh Gajaria.

Sofiyan

Sofiyan, seven years old from Ghaziabad, is suffering from a heart disorder and requires a Tetralogy of Fallot Correction at AIIMS, in New Delhi. His mother Sumeera is a housewife, and looks after four children with her husband Rizwan who works as a helper in a bus. He earns Rs 4000 per month, and is unable to afford the surgery his son requires to live a normal, healthy life.