Narayan SevaSansthan receives Rotary Foundation support for empowering the specially abled
· Rotary foundation collaborates with Narayan SevaSansthan for setting up Central Fabrication Unit in Udaipur
National, 02nd March, 2021: A Central Fabrication Unit for prosthetics and orthotics is being developed at Narayan SevaSansthan with support from Rotary Foundation. The unit will provide artificial limbs and equipment to bolster NSS global campaign for empowering the differently-abled. The cutting-edge technology installed at the unit will ensure quality and affordable prosthetics and will help to bring down the cost of the procedures.
During the program Rotary governor(District 6900), Rajesh Agrawal said, “To give a fresh start to the differently-abled, NSS is serving needy individuals by offering services such as free food, operative surgery, limbs, education, and skills. With setting up for artificial limb manufacturing, which will bring us additional accomplishment to change the lives of differently-abled people.”
In a two-phase project, Global Grant by Rotary Foundation, Rotary Club Emory-Druid Hills(USA District-6900), Rotary Club Udaipur Mewar budget is USD 182995 passed in the first phase.
Speaking on occasion Prashant Agarwal, President, NarayanSevaSansthan said, “Due to the Rotary Foundation, our various efforts to establish this unit have now been successful. NSS hopes that the installation of the central manufacturing unit will meet the demands and release of the patient load to achieve stability in the quality of equipment manufactured in a short period of time.”
Palak Agarwal, Acting Director, Narayan SevaSansthan said, “NSS provides free prosthetic limbs and surgeries in India and several other countries for the differently-abled unable to afford the procedure. The support of Rotary Foundation will help the institution to serve better.”