Burns is a major problem in all developing countries. 95% of burn injuries happen in developing countries and India has a great share of it. Hope After Fire is a project to provide Reconstructive Surgery for the correction of deformities in burn survivors.Read More
Statistics as on 31 December 2021
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Rotary Club of Coimbatore Metropolis Contribution
Ganga Hospital Contribution
23 years young lady, suffered burns to her legs and while healing both the legs got stuck to the thighs. Can't stand, can't walk she became totally dependent on her mother for even the basic activities of life. For two full years the family suffered silently until they heard of our scheme. The members of the Rotary Club of Ooty, made the transfer possible.
Child Farshad was 11 months old when he accidentally placed both his hands in hot water and sustained burn injuries to both hands. The wounds healed crippling both hands.Burns often happen to young children. Left untreated, the scar can bend bones and make horrible deformities and make the hands totally functionless. We all live by our hands and when a child's hands...
7 year old Anusuya from a village near Dharmapuri district sustained burns in a house fire. When the wounds healed the right knee joint went into contracture. She is a motherless child and her father is a daily wage earner. With this deformity she could no longer walk and her schooling stopped. This is the beginning of the social disaster.
Life turned to what he termed 'hell', when accidentally Babu got burnt while making tea during a break at work in Ooty. He suffered major burns to both hands and the upper part of the body. His life was saved but life became not worth living when slowly contractures set in. His lower lip got struck to the chest. Can't look up, can't control drooling of saliva he presented a horrible picture.
27 year old Kathirvel, sustained burns in an industrial accident 7 months ago. He was an inpatient in a local hospital, where his life was saved, but unfortunately his both hands became terribly deformed. He had two camp surgeries, they made some mild corrections but the hands were too far away from any useful function.
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