Transforming Lives: Empowering the Underprivileged through Education and Hope At HWARF, our mission goes beyond mere education. We work tirelessly with a vision to uplift the underprivileged community, providing them with a ray of hope and equipping them with the skills needed for employment. Our impact is deeply rooted in the lives we touch, fostering empowerment and bringing about a profound transformation. Through our skill development courses, we have paved the path to success for individuals from all walks of life. Each course has been carefully crafted to cater to the unique needs of the underprivileged, offering them an opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty. With unwavering determination, we have pioneered various employment-oriented programs, including: 1. Emergency Medical Technician: Saving lives in times of crisis, these heroes emerge as a beacon of hope. 2. Home Health Aide: Providing compassionate care, they become the guardian angels for those in need. 3. Front Office Executive: Opening doors to a world of opportunities, they are the faces that greet you with warmth and professionalism. 4. Account Executive: Mastering the art of finance, they navigate the intricate world of numbers with finesse. ? Fashion Designer: Unleashing creativity and igniting dreams, they redefine the world of fashion. 5. Script Researcher: Uncovering untold stories, they breathe life into the world of entertainment. 6. Account Assistant (Tally): Balancing the books and ensuring financial stability, they are the pillars of economic growth. 7. Digital Camera Photography: Capturing moments that transcend time, they paint a thousand emotions with every click. 8. Medical Records and Health Information Executive: Preserving the essence of healthcare, they organize the lifelines of patients. 9. Phlebotomist: With gentle hands and caring hearts, they make every blood donation a lifesaving act. 10. Hospital Front Desk Coordinator: Guiding lost souls and providing solace, they are the first point of contact in the healing journey. 11. Web Designing and Publication Assistant: Crafting digital wonders, they bring ideas to life on the world wide web. 12. Animation and Multimedia Assistant: Breathing life into pixels, they create magical realms that captivate hearts. 13. X-Ray Technician: Peering into the depths of the human body, they unveil the secrets that lie within. 14. Pharmacy Assistant: Ensuring the flow of healing potions, they dispense hope one prescription at a time. 15. General Duty Assistant Advanced: Going beyond duty, they become pillars of strength for patients in need. 16. Dialysis Technician: Hand in hand with resilience, they bring relief to those battling kidney ailments. 17. ICT: Empowering individuals with digital literacy, they bridge the gap between the digital world and the underprivileged. Our training programs have extended across different centers in Mumbai, forming invaluable partnerships with esteemed institutions such as Aayush Hospital, Lions Hospital, St. George’s Hospital, Mumbai, Vidharbha Nursing and Physiotherapy Centre, and other centers including Flying Buds Skill Centre at Deori, Gondia, Kumbharenagar, Sadak Arjuni, Sakoli, and Paithan, Shree Ram Computer Center in Akot, and SMES College and SMES MMP Shah College. Over the course of five years, we have witnessed the enrollment of over 1200 students, each with a story of resilience and determination. Our efforts have strived to create lasting change and provide the underprivileged community with a path towards sustainable employment. Through education, we aspire to eradicate poverty at its roots and uplift the underprivileged from the depths of despair. Moreover, with the advancement in technology, the cost of healthcare has soared to unimaginable heights, leaving many stranded without access to essential services. We recognized this dire need and have actively worked to bridge the gap. HWARF has touched the lives of countless individuals, ensuring they receive the healthcare they deserve. We have become a beacon of hope for those residing in less-developed areas, where hospitals lack the necessary facilities and healthcare remains a distant dream. Through our initiatives, we have facilitated access to vital healthcare treatments, providing a lifeline to those in need. We firmly believe that no one should be denied medical attention based on their socio-economic status. By breaking down barriers and advocating for equal healthcare rights, we have touched the lives of many, offering them a chance at a healthier and brighter future. The impact we have made extends far beyond the numbers and statistics. It can be felt in the smiles of individuals whose lives have been forever changed. It can be seen in the tears of gratitude and the glimmer of newfound hope in their eyes. We have witnessed firsthand the transformation that takes place when individuals are equipped with education, skills, and access to healthcare. But our work doesn't end here. With unwavering dedication, we strive to reach even more underprivileged individuals, to touch their lives, and to empower them with the tools they need to break free from the shackles of poverty. We envision a future where every individual, regardless of their background, has the opportunity to thrive and succeed. Join us in our journey of compassion, empowerment, and transformation. Together, let us build a society where no one is left behind, where every dream can be realized, and where the underprivileged community is embraced with open arms. With your support, we can continue to make a lasting impact, one life at a time.
Let me bring to your account about a successful recovery of a 6 years old Patient Nitesh Balaji Jadhav at LILAVATI Hospital, he was under the care of Dr.Rajeev Redker pediatric and surgeon, Patient Nitesh Jadhav was admitted at PICU suffering from TB Brain Sepsis and Convulsion , he underwent several procedure in the past, including insertion of tube from brain to abdomen for fluid drainage (VP stunt insertion) after complication associated with above procedure ,he underwent another procedure where an external drain was put to drain fluid from his brain, still the doctor didn’t find any improvement in his health ,they continued for further surgery and hospital stay for approximately 3 month ,he underwent repeated surgery for reducing pressure, his hospital bill shot to Rs. 10,30,000/- and above ,his father Mr. Balaji’s profession is a mason ,he hails from Karnataka Border and from a poor background ,unable to clear medical bill ,he was running from pillar to post for monetary support but was refused ,he approach our NGO with the reference from consultant Dr.Rajeev Redker Pediatrician Lilavati for his sons medical support. Our NGO coordinated with many organizations but was refused for reason best known to them; finally our Trustee personally visited the charity commissioner chief of hospital to waive Patient Nitesh B.Jadhav hospital bill as Mr.Balaji’s financial background is poor and unable to pay the huge medical expenses. With the request of application and Prayer for waiving hospital bill, the Honourable Chief of Hospital granted our request and the entire medical bill sum of Rs.10,30,000/- was waived off , Patient Nitesh Balaji Jadhav is recovered and discharge from hospital, he will be under observation and on routine with Dr.Rajeev Redker . We would like to Thank our team Adv.Prem Sharmaji in support of saving life of 6 years old Patient Nitesh Balaji Jadhav by guiding us rightly in making this medical grant possible.
3 years old Patient Radhika Kumari is suffering from nephrotic syndrome which causes swelling of abdomen (Parietal Edema). She was admitted in I.C.U at L.T.M.G hospital, Sion Mumbai on 2nd September 2016. Radhika was admitted thrice in ICU for current year at sion, above disease doesn’t have any assurance on curing this syndrome.Radhika’s condition was unstable, her mother approach our NGO through reliable sources, We analyzed her medical condition after noted from medical report, and suggested homeopathy treatment. Homeopathic has no side effect and we were sure that she will recover sucessfully , We provided homeopathic medicine for treating Nephrotic Syndrome,We started her treatment on 9th September 2016,through scientist homeopath Dr. Abdequaem Chimthanawalla from Nagpur, within short span of time, she started to recover from her ill health and showed improvement. Today radhika is doing much better with her health; doctors at sion hospital are surprised to see a miracle change in her. We have provided her 2 months medicine and she is under observation.
7 month suffered Vascular Heart Diseases and was under the supervision of Dr. Sushant Mane GT. Hospital and was operated under Dr. Bela Verma from Sir. J. J. Group of Govt. Hospitals, Byculla .He was given monetary support for the surgery. The family belongs from Uttar Pradesh and his father by profession was a Car Driver. The Total cost of the surgery was 1,10,000/-
5 years old, Bhavika Giri suffering from Precocious Puberty, in which the bones, breasts and organ of kid grow as that of an adult, it is a very rare condition, she look older than her age. Bhavika’s Father was a Rickshaw Driver by profession and unfortunately he is jobless due to her medical emergency. Their economic conditions are below poverty line and cannot afford the treatment every month Rs. 11000 for an injection for six weeks, to stop her menstrual cycle. For her growth to be normal. She is treated under Dr. Anil Patil, Bhabha Hospital. She was assisted on Medical Administration by our NGO.
5 months old, suffering from vascular heart Diseases by birth. He was admitted at Gokuldas Tejpal Hospital, Dhobitalao (G.T. Hospital). with Heart Fail .He had a hole in the heart very close to the valve of main Arteries. He was under the care of Dr. Sushant mane and underwent a major surgery at Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Andheri. The Total cost of the surgery was Rs.2,10,000/- The hospital waived Rs.1lakhfor they belongs from a poor background. Naitik is hale and hearty after his surgery. Medical Assistance and Monetary support was provided by our NGO.
54 years old, Ranjana Gangurde had lost her husband. She is below poverty line and stays at Ghatkopar. Her medical conditions deteriorated due to diabetes and presently she is suffering from depression. She was treated under Dr. Vibhor Pardasani (Neurologist and Epileptologist), advised to continue the depression and hypertension medicine for lifetime. The medicine for the above treatment are expensive and was arranged by our NGO.
2 Years Old) was detected (transitional), large OPASD + deft In ml + small inlet VSD-ICR. Dr. D. V. Kulkarni Professor & Head Unit at K.E.M hospital advised surgery for heart correction. Our NGO supported monetary and physically assisted their family throughout the surgery and after the post-surgery. __________ diagnosed with Blood Cancer and was treated at Tata Hospital Parel (Mumbai).Our NGO assisted them for speedy treatment and blood arrangement.
8 years old, Vishal Maurya came with his father from Nepal for his treatment in Mumbai at Sir. J.J. Group of Govt. Hospital in Pediatric Ward. He was admitted and diagnosed with Tetralogy of fallot and Major aortopulmonary collateral artery (MAPCAS). The total cost of the surgery was Rs. 95000, he underwent for Open heart surgery, total correction of TOF under Cardiopulmonary Bypass. Our NGO supported on Medical Administration and Financial Support.
41 year old lady lives in the slums of Bandra and has been diagnosed with the blood tumor in abdomen (A gastrointestinal stromal tumor). She has a 20 years old son works as a painter in a garage and earns around Rs.3000 per month and her daughter helps her mother in her house work and her husband been recently paralyzed. Working as a thread cutter earns her an amount of Rs.4000 per month that flew away in paying the rent of the house and other things. As she falls in the under poverty line, resulting in not able to get the proper treatment. She approaches one of the member our team and our NGO admitted the lady at Nanavati Hospital under the treatment of Dr. Maya Lulla. Various test conducted over blood test, urine test, sonography etc cost a total figure of Rs.6000 was overall contributed for her treatment by our NGO and ruled out for diagnosed cancer and medication completed.
30 years old male diagnosed with Tuberculosis. He works and lives at the Bandra Masjid and earns around Rs. 3000 per month, which was not enough to get the proper treatment. Our NGO admitted Mohidin at Nanavati Hospital, Ville Parle under the treatment of Dr. Sharad Sheth. The total amount for the treatment and various tests was paid by our NGO. His medication is completed and now he is living his normal life.