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Fight Against COVID-19

As you know a new respiratory disease called COVID-19 is spreading across the world. India has also reported cases from states and the Government is trying to contain the spread of the disease. As on 27 March 2020, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has confirmed a total of 724 cases and 17 deaths in the country. As an important citizen, you play a major role in preventing its spread by maintaining Social Distancing, avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth & Practice respiratory hygiene.

The needs of the hour are working with Government Systems and our teams are supporting public health and other government officials. Your contributions will be allocated as per areas of priority and greatest need in consultation with Government officials.

For more detailed information regarding our COVID-19 interventions as part of CSR Initiative, please write to Dr. Tony Thomas at [ dr.tony.thomas@trinitycarefoundation.org ]

On 27.March.2020, Trinity Care Foundation team provided N95 Masks to the Doctors and other health staff at Bowring & Lady Curzon Hospital – designated Government Hospital for treating COVID-19 patients. Since then supporting Front-line Medical Professionals, Daily Wage Workers and Migrant Labourers & Outreach Health Programs.

Keeping in view of the spread of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in India, its declaration as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO), and, decision of the Government of India to treat this as a notified disaster, it is hereby clarified that spending of CSR funds for COVID-19 is eligible CSR activity as per the notification. The MCA said that funds spent on promotion of healthcare, including preventive healthcare and sanitation and on disaster management would be within the definition of a company’s CSR obligations. The circular clarified that the broad based items as per Schedule 7 of the CSR policy, which deals with the activities that constitute CSR activity, may be interpreted liberally for this purpose. We appeal to Companies to come forward at this hour of need to stand for our Nation. Request you to support Front-line Medical Professionals, Healthcare Workers and Marginalized communities as part of your company CSR project during this crisis.

Requirements ~

We are working with Government Hospitals/Community Health Centers/Primary Health Centers in Karnataka where the vulnerable seek healthcare services. It is essential to protect the Doctors, Nurses, Health workers and the Staff at the Hospitals/CHCs/PHCs. Daily wage earners, small business owners and self-employed persons in marginalized communities are facing the brunt of the nationwide lock-down and loss of livelihood. We are supporting them and their families through the provision of ration and basic essentials.

  • Safety of Medical Professionals & Healthcare Staff: Providing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Kits to Healthcare workers in Government Hospitals/Community Health Centers/Primary Health Centers to deal with the acute shortage of protective equipment. This is also necessary to ensure that the Doctors/other Health staff does not get infected or transfer the infection to others.
  • Infrastructure at Government Healthcare facilities: Providing portable foot-operated hand-washing stations at Government Hospitals, to mitigate risk of contamination. Sanitizers and Hand washing soaps will be provided for use for caretakers of the patients visiting the hospitals. We will also provide infrastructure for COVID-19 isolation wards as well as hospital equipment on a case to case basis.
  • Community Health Programs: Community-based health care, including outreach and campaigns and outbreak responses in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. While these activities are life-saving, they may also increase the risk of COVID-19 transmission within communities and between health workers and communities.
  • COVID19 Outreach Program: For Daily Wage Workers and Migrant Labourers with the key objective of helping needy families so that they can at least manage food and other essential items to survive this crisis.

Make a contribution

One of the best ways that you can support the Medical Professionals, Healthcare Worker, Daily Wage Workers and Migrant Labourers Foundation is to make a donation for supporting PPE Kits, Masks, Gloves, Sanitizers, Food and other essential items to survive this crisis. Income Tax Exemptions 50% Tax exemption for Indian Nationals Only.

Contribute for “Fight Against COVID-19” Project, Donate an amount of your choice @ https://pages.razorpay.com/tcfproject

Account Name: Trinity Care Foundation
Account Number: 30357136884
Account Type: Savings Account
IFSC Code: SBIN0020280
Bank Address: State Bank of India, Akshaya Complex, Victoria Road, Austin Town, Bengaluru 560047, Karnataka, India

You could implement Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives for your Company in association with us. [ Write to us – support@trinitycarefoundation.org ] .

For more information regarding COVID-19
For authentic information on COVID-19: Kindly visit the WHO website, the Health Ministry, Government of India website.

CSR Impact Projects implemented in Karnataka, India by Trinity Care Foundation can be viewed on : https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/albums

School Health Program | 2018-2019 Internship

Trinity Care Foundation calls for healthcare professionals who are genuinely interested to travel, learn and work in Government Schools in and around Bengaluru, Karnataka.

Eligibility

The internship is open to Doctors and Medical Interns . Above all, we welcome those with curiosity to explore and humility to learn.

Location: Bengaluru city, Karnataka
Languages: English, for those interested to work, ability to converse in Kannada is an added advantage .
Duration: 15.July.2018 to 28.Feb.2019
Last date for application: 15.June.2018; If you know anyone who is interested please ask them to get in touch with us by writing to us. Interested Doctors kindly send your resume to email [support@trinitycarefoundation.org] with Subject Line “SHP Doctors”. Interview for shortlisted Doctors will be held in July First week, 2018. Certificates will be provided to those who have successfully completed the internship along with a Stipend.

Boost yourself – If you’re still an graduate looking to apply for medical school, think about how far ahead of the curve you’d be after completing an medical internship! Just by putting that kind of experience on your CV or resume, you’re guaranteed to stand head-and-shoulders above nearly all other applicants.

The internship offers a rare opportunity to work hands-on in schools, learn from pubic health professionals and help those in need of medical attention. The work will focus on issues pertaining to school students and cover health check-up, eye check-up and health education. The internship is for 45 days each.

Type of work

The team will cover government schools in outskirt’s of Bangalore, and undertake the following activities:

  1. Pre-screening of students for height, weight, skin, eye, dental, cardiac, caries, oral lesions, speech and hearing, facial deformities, etc.,
  2. Facilitating medical intervention for those shortlisted through the pre-screening, partnering with existing Government health systems for a sustainable model.
  3. Impart awareness on health issues,adolescent health, hand-washing, ill effects of tobacco and tooth brushing techniques to students of government schools.
  4. Undertake training for teachers and school staff to carry forward the work.
  5. Digital capture of Data of each child.

School Health Programs in Govt. Schools, Visit https://flic.kr/s/aHsjZuw5P6 

Trinity Care Foundation is a public health organization with track record of 10+ years in priority areas of health. Registered with the Income Tax Department, Government of India under Section 12A and 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Registered with the Ministry of Home Affairs,Government of India under Section 11 (1) of the Foreign Contributions (Regulation) Act (FCRA), 2010. It is also registered with the National Health Mission and NITI Aayog.

Visit to know ! https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/albums

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Sight test and glasses could dramatically improve the lives of 150 million people with poor vision

A simple sight test and eyeglasses or contact lenses could make a dramatic difference to the lives of more than 150 million people who are suffering from poor vision. Children fail at school, adults are unable to work and families are pushed into poverty as a result of uncorrected visual impairment.

school eye screening

ON 12 October 2006, the World Health Organization (WHO) has released new global estimates which, for the first time, reveal that 153 million people around the world have uncorrected refractive errors (more commonly known as near-sightedness, far-sightedness and astigmatism). Refractive errors can be easily diagnosed, measured and corrected with eyeglasses or contact lenses, yet millions of people in low and middle income countries do not have access to these basic services.

Refractive errors bangalore schools

Without appropriate optical correction, millions of children are losing educational opportunities and adults are excluded from productive working lives, with severe economic and social consequences. Individuals and families are frequently pushed into a cycle of deepening poverty because of their inability to see well. At least 13 million children (age 5 to 15) and 45 million working-age adults (age 16 to 49) are affected globally. Fully 90% of all people with uncorrected refractive errors live in low and middle income countries.

“These results reveal the enormity of the problem,” said Dr Catherine Le Galès-Camus, WHO Assistant Director-General, Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health. “This common form of visual impairment can no longer be ignored as a target for urgent action.”

Correction of refractive errors is a simple and cost-effective intervention in eye care,” said Dr Serge Resnikoff, Coordinator of WHO’s Chronic Disease Prevention and Management unit. “Now that we know the extent of the problem of uncorrected refractive errors, especially in low and middle income countries, we must re-double our efforts to ensure that every person who needs help is able to receive it.”

Source http://www.who.int/blindness/causes/en/

Corporate Social Responsibility eye care

Corporate Social Responsibility eye care

Refractive errors occur when the eye is not able to correctly focus images on the retina. The result is blurred vision, which is sometimes so severe that it creates functional blindness for affected individuals.

The three most common refractive errors are:

  1. Myopia (nearsightedness) – this is difficulty in seeing distant objects clearly.
  2. Hyperopia also known as Hypermetropia (farsightedness) – this is difficulty is seeing close objects clearly.
  3. Astigmatism – This is distorted vision resulting from an irregularly curved cornea.

In general, These projects reach populations who are underserved or who have limited or no access to eye health care services. The program funds high-quality, sustainable projects that deliver eye care services, develop infrastructure, train personnel and/or provide rehabilitation and education in underserved communities.
You could start Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives for your Company in association with us. Such healthcare projects will make CSR contribution targeted, making them simple to execute as turnkey CSR projects. ‘Promoting healthcare’ is an area identified under schedule VII of the Companies Act 2013 that is eligible to receive CSR funding either directly or through an implementing agency that has a track record.

For CSR partnership,
Write to – support@trinitycarefoundation.org or
Call Dr. Thomas +91 9880396666 or Mr.Binu +91 9880358888

Trinity Care Foundation executed CSR Projects : http://trinitycarefoundation.com/csr & https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/albums

Facial Deformity Program || Bidar District

Trinity Care Foundation conducted a Health Camp on 27.June.2016 at Bidar District Health Office to identify Needy and Poor Children with Facial Deformities in Bidar District and Providing them Surgical Treatments Free of Cost by Specialist Surgeons.

This initiative was in association with National Health Mission, ZP Bidar and other Karnataka Government Departments. More Photographs !!!

Prof. Dr.N. Srinath is heading this Facial Deformity initiative to Transform Smiles of Needy Children –https://www.facebook.com/facialdeformities

In a country like India, people consider children with cleft lip deformity to be bad luck and some even consider them cursed.https://lnkd.in/f88Eyqe . We work together with Government Systems to put the smile back onto our children’s faces with free corrective facial reconstructive surgery and treatments.

To partner for corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs , write to us – support@trinitycarefoundation.org or Call/Message Dr. Thomas +91 9880 39 6666 | Mr.Binu +91 9880 35 8888
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