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The Covid-19 pandemic is a social and an economic crisis just as much as it is a health one – its repercussions, severe and far-reaching, are being felt across the world. KCPRF has been actively involved in the fight against COVID-19 by organising vaccination drives, relief camps, free kit distribution camps and free medical check up camps across Bangalore ​ Along with COVID 19, Mucormycosis (Black Fungus) too has ravaged the country in the recent months, by proving to be an 'Epidemic within a Pandemic'. More than 30,000 people have been affected by this rare fungal infection with high morbidity and mortality rates. This infection has been affecting COVID patients who are also Diabetics or on steroids. In Karnataka, cases have spiked by over 50% in just about a week and over 2000 cases have been reported. Antifungal treatment for Mucormycosis is expensive and many patients need to also undergo surgical procedures to clear the disease. KCPRF has initiated the creation of a separate fund for Mucormycosis to help the patients below poverty line to meet their treatment needs. ​ Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao, Vice President of KCPRF has been at the forefront in engaging with various Governmental agencies right from the beginning of the Pandemic. He has provided vital inputs to the COVID Task Force, and the Health Ministry of the Government of Karnataka and also the Government of India. As a member of the Mucormycosis Committee and the Advisory Committee to the COVID task force, GoK, his recommendations have been accepted and incorporated into several Government orders and notifications.

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Last Mile Delivery of Healthcare

 At Health for Humanity we believe that access to healthcare is the fundamental right of every individual. Health for Humanity endeavours to restore health and put the smile back on the faces of people with physical and mental illness specially among the underprivileged sections of the society. Healthcare delivery very often falters at the last mile. And those in the last mile very often are the most backward and underpriviledged in the society. As a part of this initiative, health camps, screening programmes and training programmes are organised with support from local organisations and NGOs targeting societies deprived of, or having limited access to healthcare. Special effort is made to base such activity in the "last mile" which includes remote areas and impoverished localities. Health for Humanity brings in global expertise by bringing in the services of top healthcare professionals willing to devote their time and expertise to the furtherance of this initiative. 

To make state of the art healthcare accessible and affordable to all sections of the society and to reduce the burden of disease by cumulative and holistic approach involving both prevention and cure.

To make state of the art healthcare accessible and affordable to all sections of the society and to reduce the burden of disease by cumulative and holistic approach involving both prevention and cure.

Preventive and curative medicine made available to slum dwellers, tribals and people living in the remotest parts of the geography

Global outreach with a specific focus on the Indian subcontinent and Indo-Pacific region.

Support from top governmental agencies, prestigious international organisations and prominent NGOs

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Free Medical Check Up Camp at Shishu Mandir, Bangalore on 03.03.2022

Kishore Chandra Prasad Research Foundation in association with Bangalore Hearing and Implant Institute had organized a FREE ENT & Hearing Camp on the special occasion of World Hearing Day at Shishu Mandir, Bangalore. The medical camp was successfully executed by consulting over 200 under-privileged children and few associated staffs and helpers. 
In the 8 hours long camp, our Team ensured that all the children were put through ENT-Audiology screening and Individual health assessment has been carried out.

 

Health for Humanity is a initiative developed and sponsored by Kishore Chandra Prasad Research Foundation and Aadhya Heathcare Private Limited in collaboration with World Skull Base.

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Dr. Sampath Chandra Prasad Rao
KCPRF board members

Free Medical Check Up Camp at Maruthi Seva Nagar, Bangalore on 23.02.2021

Kishore Chandra Prasad Research Foundation in association with Child Desire Foundation organised a free ENT and hearing check up camp for underprivileged children at Maruthi Seva Nagar, Bangalore on 23-02-21 . Over 100 children were examined and treated free of cost. About 10 needy children identified for surgical treatment will be operated upon free of cost by the doctors with Team KCPRF

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Free Medical Check Up Camp at Maruthi Seva Nagar, Bangalore on 23.02.2021

Kishore Chandra Prasad Research Foundation in association with Child Desire Foundation organised a free ENT and hearing check up camp for underprivileged children at Maruthi Seva Nagar, Bangalore on 23-02-21 . Over 100 children were examined and treated free of cost. About 10 needy children identified for surgical treatment will be operated upon free of cost by the doctors with Team KCPRF

Free Medical Check Up Camp at Shishu Mandir, Bangalore on 03.03.2022

Kishore Chandra Prasad Research Foundation in association with Bangalore Hearing and Implant Institute had organized a FREE ENT & Hearing Camp on the special occasion of World Hearing Day at Shishu Mandir, Bangalore. The medical camp was successfully executed by consulting over 200 under-privileged children and few associated staffs and helpers. 
In the 8 hours long camp, our Team ensured that all the children were put through ENT-Audiology screening and Individual health assessment has been carried out.

 

Free Medical Check Up Camp at Ejipura, Bangalore on 28.11.2020

Kishore Chandra Prasad Research Foundation with Nava Bangaluru Foundation has come up

with the Free medical camp under the Health For Humanity project for the residents of Ejipura, targeted at the most underprivilaged section of the society where people have very limited access to the healthcare facilities.

The Medical camp provides the services like Covide-19 awareness program, Head Neck and Skull Base cancer screenings, Ear Nose Throat Examination, Dental checkups, Evaluation of Sleep disorders and more.