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Kids Supported

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.

Priya Kumari

Priya, seventeen years old, has just completed her final year – 12th standard at school and she is planning to go to college. However, she has been dealing with an extremely critical and life-altering phase in her life. She is suffering from a heart disorder called a Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) and requires surgical closure. This procedure is due to take place at Max Hospital, in Delhi. Her mother Anjana and father Om Prakash along with her three siblings live in Agra. Om Prakash works in a shop and earns a humble salary of Rs 5000 per month, it’s impossible for them to put together the funds required to save their daughter’s life. Monthly costs with a large family are immense, and they require support to give their daughter a chance to live a healthy life.

Sakinabano Ansari

Sakinabano Ansari, six years old from Mumbai, is suffering from an Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) and Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) which have led to a hole in the upper chamber of the heart and between the aorta and pulmonary artery. Both, need closure with devices that will be done at Jupiter Hospital. Nasim and Shabana, the parents have three children and make ends meet on a monthly salary of Rs 6000 that Nasim earns as a worker. They need financial support to make the payments required for the surgery and her well being.

M Lavanya

M Lavanya, three years old from Tiruvullar, in Tamil Nadu. She is the second child to Mohanraj and Bhuvaneshawari. At such a young, tender age she has been diagnosed with a congenital heart disorder called Tetralogy of Fallot and requires corrective life-saving surgery at Miot Hospital, in Chennai. Mohanraj is a painter and the sole earning member of the family. He brings home Rs 6000 per month. They naturally need financial support to meet costs of surgery and we at Genesis Foundation have committed ourselves in providing this.


Dharaneeswaran, seven years old from Tamil Nadu underwent an arterial switch operation when he was only five years old as he was born with a congenital heart disorder called Transposition of Great Arteries. Now he has been diagnosed with severe left Ventricular Outflow Tract Obstruction and was prescribed a Cath and surgery for the removal of obstruction at Miot Hospital, in Chennai. His mother Sangeeta is a housewife, who looks after her two children while her husband Matheswaran works as a weaver and brings home Rs 5000 per month. They need financial support to meet the surgery costs and give their son a chance to live.