1. Relief India Trust’s success story of treating five-year old disabled girl

Relief India Trust’s success story of treating five-year old disabled girl

Relief India Trust (RIT), a NGO providing support to children belonging to lower income strata, has successfully treated a five-year old girl, who had severe injuries to her head and paralysis of the entire left part of her body after an accident.

By: | Published: June 8, 2015 4:58 PM

Relief India Trust (RIT), a NGO providing support to children belonging to lower income strata, has successfully treated a five-year old girl, who had severe injuries to her head and paralysis of the entire left part of her body after an accident.

Baby Laavi, who belongs to a family of lower income strata, had met with a serious accident when she fell down from stairs at the age of two. She incurred severe injuries to her head and paralysis of the entire left part of her body. Although, her right side was working properly, she was unable to walk or talk or hold things using her left arm. In addition, she was also having problems related to speech.

At the rehabilitation centre by RIT, their panel of doctors successfully handled baby Laavi’s paralysis case and with their rigorous treatment, she is now on the path to remarkable recovery. She has started showing signs of significant improvement and is now able to hold things on her own using her left arm. She is able to walk on her own as well with some support and is also showing good signs with regard to her speech problems.

Relief India Trust operates a rehabilitation center for the deprived group of disabled children of the society to facilitate medical, therapeutic, psychological and educational services.

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    Asthar K
    Mar 4, 2016 at 7:00 am
    This is an update for my earlier reply posted here. Update [19/2/2016] In this update, scanned images of RTI reply officially provided by AIIMS have been uploaded. [Find attached images below.] • In the RTI reply AIIMS have clearly mentioned that AIIMS has no ociation with these NGOs viz. RELIEF INDIA TRUST, MSSION HEAL, A GIGGLES WELFARE ORGANISATION and complaints have already been received from various places that these three NGOs are involved in illegally collecting money for poor patients admitted at AIIMS. AIIMS have advised not to donate to these NGOs. • So i don’t think any more proof is required to prove that these NGOs are frauds.If you still don’t believe what’s been told in the RTI reply, you can verify it yourself by mailing Mr. BR Shekhar (who has given the reply) at or contacting them directly at 01126594242 • AIIMS have a Medical social welfare unit which is been formed to help the poor patients admitted AIIMS. The list of NGOs ociated with AIIMS are provided here in this link • If you are keen at donating poor who are admitted at AIIMS you may contact any of the official NGOs and not these frauds. Read RTI reply below to_webp=true to_webp=true
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      Asthar K
      Mar 4, 2016 at 7:41 am
      They are scams and fraudsters and never ever donate them. In fact AIIMS hospital itself have given a warning against them. I can provide you, scanned images of RTI reply officially provided by AIIMS [Find links for images below.] • In the RTI reply AIIMS have clearly mentioned that AIIMS has no ociation with these NGOs viz. RELIEF INDIA TRUST, MSSION HEAL, A GIGGLES WELFARE ORGANISATION and complaints have already been received from various places that these three NGOs are involved in illegally collecting money for poor patients admitted at AIIMS. AIIMS have advised not to donate to these NGOs. • So i don’t think any more proof is required to prove that these NGOs are frauds.If you still don’t believe what’s been told in the RTI reply, you can verify it yourself by mailing Mr. BR Shekhar (who has given the reply) at or contacting them directly at 01126594242 • AIIMS have a Medical social welfare unit which is been formed to help the poor patients admitted AIIMS. The list of NGOs ociated with AIIMS are provided here in this link • If you are keen at donating poor who are admitted at AIIMS you may contact any of the official NGOs and not these frauds. • Also AIIMS have issued a circular on how the mode of donation to AIIMS should be . Read it from here. Read RTI reply below to_webp=true to_webp=true
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        Asthar K
        Mar 4, 2016 at 7:43 am
        They are scams and fraudsters and never ever donate them. In fact AIIMS hospital itself have given a warning against them. I can provide you, scanned images of RTI reply officially provided by AIIMS [Find links for images below.] • In the RTI reply AIIMS have clearly mentioned that AIIMS has no ociation with these NGOs viz. RELIEF INDIA TRUST, MSSION HEAL, A GIGGLES WELFARE ORGANISATION and complaints have already been received from various places that these three NGOs are involved in illegally collecting money for poor patients admitted at AIIMS. AIIMS have advised not to donate to these NGOs. • So i don’t think any more proof is required to prove that these NGOs are frauds.If you still don’t believe what’s been told in the RTI reply, you can verify it yourself by mailing Mr. BR Shekhar (who has given the reply) at mswunitaiims @ gmail. com or contacting them directly at 01126594242 • AIIMS have a Medical social welfare unit which is been formed to help the poor patients admitted AIIMS. The list of NGOs ociated with AIIMS are provided here in this link • If you are keen at donating poor who are admitted at AIIMS you may contact any of the official NGOs and not these frauds. • Also AIIMS have issued a circular on how the mode of donation to AIIMS should be .
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          Asthar K
          Jan 14, 2016 at 4:23 pm
          How can financial express give such am article about fraudsters. The main agenda of this fraudsters is to collect money for patients admitted at Aiims. But I have confirmed with AIIMS Medical social welfare unit that these NGOs are fraudsters. (Email attached). Only the medical social welfare unit of AIIMS are authorized to receive donations on behalf of poor children admitted at AIIMS. Read Aiims policy on donating money for poor patients admitted at Aiims. NgQ&sig2=b7_z_v22ZHL5XTSXLI6QIA The unit have advised not to donate to any of these 3 NGOs because the unit have not endorsed these NGOs to collect money for patients admitted at AIIMS. NGOs ociated with Aiims are listed here Aiims medical social welfare unit is behind these three fraud NGOs and have advised to report any such calls and emails with phone numbers and email to Their email . I have reported my issue and they have collected details. Those who have received calls, pls report u with phone number and email IDs to Aiims medical social Welfare unit.
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            Abhijeet singhal
            Aug 25, 2015 at 10:22 am
            People ociated with RIT is doing a superb job by helping HIV/AIDS victims and by providing free cure and medicines to poor people!
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              Allie Nelson
              Aug 18, 2015 at 10:16 am
              I think these people are doing a mindblowing job. Keep up the humanity. I salute to Relief India Trust for contributing for such a cause.
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                Arya Williams
                Aug 20, 2015 at 12:45 pm
                Relief India Trust is a very famous and renowed NGO of today's time. They work really hard for poor and under privileged kids.
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                  Ashwini Rawat
                  Aug 25, 2015 at 4:18 pm
                  Relief India Trust is such a nice NGO I've came across so far. Congratulations to all the volunteer and non-volunteer members of this NGO for such a great help towards the Indian society
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                    Cheena
                    Aug 24, 2015 at 11:25 am
                    Relief India Trust is an NGO which works for poor people. Please visit their facebook page:
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                      Gaurav
                      Aug 24, 2015 at 11:05 am
                      Relief India Trust is very famous NGO. Must visit their Facebook page @
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                        Joey Tribiyani
                        Aug 28, 2015 at 10:55 am
                        Relief India Trust is a nice NGO. I'm proud of Indians for doing such a great job. God bless such people.
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                          Joseph
                          Aug 27, 2015 at 5:59 pm
                          People working with RIT is doing a great job. I'm so proud of such a nation where people work for their fellow citizens.
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                            Malvika
                            Aug 31, 2015 at 3:52 pm
                            Relief India Trust is also focussing on women dignity on the occasion of Rakhsha-Bandhan. To know the full story, read:
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                              Rakhi Yadav
                              Aug 26, 2015 at 3:59 pm
                              Relief India Trust is a nice and famous NGO. One of my friends is ociated with it from past 3 months.
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                                Udita Tyagi
                                Sep 1, 2015 at 12:53 pm
                                Relief India Trust working for the welfare of poor and disabled children. I'm so proud of such an NGO. Well done people of RIT
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                                  Vasundhara
                                  Sep 2, 2015 at 12:25 pm
                                  Relief India Trust is a very nice NGO. We all should be part of it.
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