Thursday, 24 December 2015

Transformation of Ashwini


Ashwini born to a poor family in a village near Doddaballapura, India. The birth of a girl child is an auspicious event in most Indian households, but when Ashwani was born, it became a moment of shock and disbelief.

Ashwani's family had never seen a child with a cleft before. Ashwani's cleft lip and palate seemed like a curse and the family worried about the future of their daughter.

Ashwini with her Grandmother
The family feared that they would be ostracized by their family members and villagers. So they decided to keep Ashwani's hidden from all eyes. Her father wanted to abandon his daughter because of the facial disfigurement.

Then a NRHM doctor at the Government hospital informed the family that Ashwani's clefts were correctable and she could have a free surgery at Trinity Care Foundation partner hospital, Mallige Medical Centre. Surgery for her cleft lip was complete successes and the family along with the father learned to accept and love their only daughter.

Prof. Dr. N Srinath with Ashwini 
In the coming days, Ashwani's cleft palate surgeries will be performed and this will transform her life. Prof. Dr. N Srinath is the chief consultant surgeon for Trinity Care Foundation.

Ashwini after her surgery at Mallige Medical Centre, Bangalore
About us:

Trinity Care Foundation is a network of highly accomplished and networked Public Health Professionals in Karnataka State, India. They aim to solve the challenges of Healthcare in India by working in Synergy with the Government system. At Trinity Care Foundation we aim to create a more efficient and effective social impact ecosystem using preventative healthcare system.

To join as Intern or Volunteer, Link : http://trinitycarefoundation.org/volunteer

CSR Programs, Link : http://trinitycarefoundation.org/csrprogrammesindia

To partner for Corporate social responsibility (CSR) Programs , write to us - support@trinitycarefoundation.org or
Call/Message Dr. Thomas +91 9880 39 6666 | Mr.Binu +91 9880 35 8888

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Sunday, 29 November 2015

School Health Initiative

About School Health : The School Health Program is defined as “the school procedures that contribute to the maintenance and improvement of the health of pupils and school personnel including health services healthful living and health education”. http://trinitycarefoundation.org/preventive/school-health-program


Objectives of  School Health Programs : https://flic.kr/s/aHsjZuw5P6

  •   The promotion of positive health;
  • The prevention of diseases;
  • Early diagnosis, treatment and follow up of defects;
  • Awakening health consciousness in children:

Process of program being implemented; 
The team will cover Government schools in Bangalore Rural District, and undertake the following activities:
  1. Pre-screening of students for height, weight, skin, eye, dental, cardiac, caries, oral lesions, facial deformities, etc.,
  2. Facilitating medical intervention for those shortlisted through the pre-screening
  3. Impart awareness on health issues,adolescent health, hand-washing, ill effects of tobacco and tooth brushing techniques to students of government schools.
  4. Undertake training for teachers and health workers to carry forward the work.
  5. Digital capture of data of each child.

To Partner for CSR Programs : http://trinitycarefoundation.org/csrprogrammesindia

Trinity Care Foundation Projects can be viewed : https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/albums

For CSR partnership, write to us - support@trinitycarefoundation.org or Call/Message Dr. Thomas +91 9880 39 6666 | Mr.Binu +91 9880 35 8888

Sunday, 15 November 2015

Employee Volunteering


MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Volunteering plays a key role in strengthening our society by acting as a bridge between socioeconomic divides. On a community level, the organization you become a part of is likely to collaborate in social networks with other volunteer organizations and local governments, providing services that help build a cohesive society.


Bosch India Employee Volunteers in Schools, Bangalore , Karnataka, India.

For corporations, volunteering is a key part of promoting socially responsible business practices by tying in business decisions with respect for the community and the environment. Socially responsible corporations like to be known for founding or supporting philanthropic programs, using eco-friendly materials and manufacturing processes, and encouraging their employees to better their communities.


Cerner India Employee Volunteers in Kolar District , Karnataka, India.

Employee-based volunteer programs strengthen a company’s relationship with its employees by promoting teamwork and encouraging open communication. These programs also firm up the relationship between a business and its surrounding community.

Why do people volunteer? 

Many people are motivated by selflessness, the desire to feel good, or the need to assuage guilt. Some want to demonstrate their commitment to a cause, while others may be looking for a new challenge to keep themselves busy or simply want to feel needed in some way. Students are often required to log a certain number of volunteer hours as a requirement for admission into a rigorous program.

On a personal level, volunteering has been shown to deliver benefits such as improved social skills, social recognition, higher self-esteem and better health.

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If you wish to volunteer some quality services to our Outreach Health Programs focusing on women and children both in urban and rural areas in Karnataka, India. Please write to us at :- support[at]trinitycarefoundation[dot]org to inform about your skills and volunteering preferences.
More information - http://trinitycarefoundation.org/volunteer




Friday, 6 November 2015

School Health Program | 2015 Internship


Trinity Care Foundation calls for interns who are genuinely interested to travel, learn and work in Government Schools in Bangalore,Karnataka.

The internship offers a rare opportunity to work hands-on in schools, learn from pubic health professionals and help those in need of medical attention. The work will focus on issues pertaining to school students and cover health check-up, eye check-up, dental check-up, dental treatment and health education. The internship is for 1 month.





Height
Eligibility

The internship is open to Doctor, Dentists and Students [ Medical & Dental ] of Indian origin. Above all, we welcome those with curiosity to explore and humility to learn.

Location: Bangalore,Karnataka
Languages: For those interested to work, ability to converse in Kannada is required.
Duration: 27.Nov.2015 TO 27.Dec.2015

Type of work

The team will cover a minimum of 15 government schools in outskirt's of Bangalore, and undertake the following activities:

  1. Pre-screening of students for height, weight, skin, eye, dental, cardiac, caries, oral lesions, facial deformities, etc., 
  2. Facilitating medical intervention for those shortlisted through the pre-screening
  3. Impart awareness on health issues,adolescent health, hand-washing, ill effects of tobacco and tooth brushing techniques to students of government schools.
  4. Undertake training for teachers and health workers to carry forward the work.



Health Education 
Orientation for interns : Selected interns for Karnataka will have to attend a day orientation program in Bengaluru on Nov 24.

Last date for application: Bangalore, Karnataka : Nov 21, 2015 ! If you know anyone who is interested please ask them to get in touch with us by writing to us, Email id: trinitycarefoundation@gmail.com  ...

We will organize for the intern’s travel and food during the period of internship.Certificates will be provided to those who have successfully completed the internship.







For more details about our work, visit;

Website http://trinitycarefoundation.org/preventive/school-health-program

Connect https://www.facebook.com/schoolhealthprograms | Follow https://twitter.com/tcfindia

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) projects implemented https://flic.kr/s/aHsk8kEmnC ; | For ‪CSR‬ partnership, write - support@trinitycarefoundation.org or call Dr. Thomas +91 9880394959 |


Sunday, 11 October 2015

Free Surgery for Children with Facial Deformity

Trinity Care Foundation is conducting a health camp on Wednesday, 14.October.2015 at Tumkur Government Hospital for identifying needy and poor children with facial deformities in Tumkur district and providing them surgical treatments free of cost at Mallige Medical Centre, Bangalore, Karnataka State, India. https://www.facebook.com/events/1667316156876591/

To Register for the Camp : Contact us ; 
Mobile : +91 9880 39 4959  { Dr. Thomas }
Mobile : +91 9980 81 3131 { Mr. Sirajuddin }
Trinity Care Foundation : +91 988039 6666 

This initiative is in association with National Health Mission and other Karnataka Govt. Departments associated with Children! Prof. Dr.N. Srinath is heading this initiative to transform smiles of underprivileged children - https://www.facebook.com/facialdeformities

The Type of Facial Deformities are :

1. Cleft Lip - https://flic.kr/p/qcgP6m
2. Cleft Palate - https://flic.kr/p/oTb4xR
3. TMJ Ankylosis - https://flic.kr/p/qcgP6G
4. Facial Tumours
5. Any other Facial Deformities !


Trinity Care Foundation is a indian non-governmental organisation with a holistic health care vision for children with facial deformities. We work together with government system to put the smile back onto our children’s faces with free corrective facial reconstructive surgery and treatments. 

To implement corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives for your company ." Write to  - support@trinitycarefoundation.org ” . 


Saturday, 15 August 2015

Partnership with Govt. of Karnataka

Transforming Smiles Project

Trinity Care Foundation and National Health Mission, Karnataka recently signed an MoU to provide free facial deformities surgery to the children.

Free Facial Deformities surgery will be provided in Mallige Medical Centre, Bengaluru such as Cleft lip, Cleft palate, Ear deformities, Facial clefts, Facial vascular lesions, Malformed face and jawbones, Hemi-facial Microsomia , Nasal clefts & Nasal deformities, Tmj Ankylosis and Pediatric benign oral tumours.

Under the partnership, Child Health officials from 6 districts of Ramanagara, Bangalore Rural, Kolar, Chikkaballapura, Tumakuru and Chitradurga in Karnataka will direct children born with facial deformities to Trinity Care Foundation partner hospitals in Bengaluru. Prof. Dr.N. Srinath, Oral & Faciomaxillary surgeon of Trinity Care Foundation will be heading the Project. Trinity Care Foundation will also take responsibility of post-operative care to the children.



The MoU between Trinity Care Foundation and National Health Mission, Karnataka was signed by Dr. H C Ramesh, Project Director (RCH) and Dr. Tony Verghese Thomas ( Director ) Trinity Care Foundation.
Dr. Baig , Dr. Gowda  and Mr. Binu Varghese (Director of Facial Deformities Program) Trinity Care Foundation were also present during the same.

If you would like to create impact with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives.  " Write to us - support@trinitycarefoundation.org ” . Every little life you affect is a smile won and worn on the face of a beautiful child with a future filled with many more.

For partnership,

Write to – support@trinitycarefoundation.org  or
Call Dr. Thomas +91 9880396666 or Mr.Binu +91 9880358888

CSR Health Projects implemented : https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/albums 

Saturday, 8 August 2015

Trinity Care Foundation, National Health Mission sign MoU to provide free Facial deformities surgery

Trinity Care Foundation and National Health Mission, Karnataka recently signed an MoU to provide free facial deformities surgery to the children.

Free Facial Deformities surgery will be provided in Mallige Medical Centre, Bengaluru such as Cleft lip, Cleft palate, Ear deformities, Facial clefts, Facial vascular lesions, Malformed face and jawbones, Hemi-facial Microsomia , Nasal clefts & Nasal deformities, Tmj Ankylosis and Pediatric benign oral tumours.



Under the partnership, Child Health officials from 6 districts of Ramanagara, Bangalore Rural, Kolar, Chikkaballapura, Tumakuru and Chitradurga in Karnataka will direct children born with facial deformities to Trinity Care Foundation partner hospitals in Bengaluru. Prof. Dr.N. Srinath, Oral & Faciomaxillary surgeon of Trinity Care Foundation will be heading the Project. Trinity Care Foundation will also take responsibility of post-operative care to the children.

The MoU was signed by Dr. H C Ramesh, Project Director (NHM) and Dr. Tony Verghese Thomas (Director Trinity Care Foundation), in the presence of  Dr. Arif Baig ( Consultant ), Dr. Prabhudeba Gowda (State Nodal Officer) and Mr. Binu Varghese (Director Trinity Care Foundation)

At the time of signing the MoU, Mr. Binu Verghese (Director Trinity Care Foundation) , said: " Trinity Care Foundation has performed many Facial Deformities correction surgeries for the needy patients in this current year, however, our goal is to help transform smiles & lives of many more young people this year who are in dire need of medical intervention with the help of network of the State health teams and anganwadi workers at the grassroots level ."

If you would like to create impact with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives.  " Write to us - support@trinitycarefoundation.org ” . Every little life you affect is a smile won and worn on the face of a beautiful child with a future filled with many more.

CSR Health Projects implemented : https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/albums  

Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Oral Health Problems in Students

Students ages 5 to 17 years missed 1,611,000 school days in 1996 due to acute dental problems—an average of 3.1 days per 100 students. Early tooth loss caused by dental decay can result in failure to thrive, impaired speech development,absence from and inability to concentrate in school and reduced self-esteem.



Children who take a test while they have a toothache are unlikely to score as well as children who are undistracted by pain. Poor oral health has been related to decreased school performance, poor social relationships and less success later in life. Children experiencing pain are distracted and unable to concentrate on schoolwork.



Oral health care is a critical component of health care and must be included in the design of community programs. School-based oral health services can help make preventive services such as fluoride and dental sealants accessible to children from families with low incomes. Services should include screening, referral and case management to ensure the timely receipt of dental care from community practitioners.

Please feel free to Like ✔ Comment ✔ Share ✔ Tag ✔this Page – https://www.facebook.com/publichealthdentistry

Write to US – ” support@trinitycarefoundation.org ”  to Partner, Volunteer or Intern with focus on Public Health Dentistry !

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Treated and Life Restored !

A fantastic beginning to the year 2015-2016. Sinchana, all of 8 years old, first came into contact with Trinity Care Foundation during the School Health Programs held for 63 Government Schools in Bangalore Urban District !

Sinchana with a Nurse
Sinchana's parents were struggling for the last seven years finding help for their Daughter. In 4 months help was mobilized by Trinity Care Foundation !!!

St. Philomena's Hospital was selected to treat her. She was diagnosed with Tracheoesophageal fistula and Lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI/Pneumonia ). She was under the Care of  Pediatrician and team of doctor's from the hospital.

Sinchana thanking the Nurses from St. Philomena's Hospital

Thanks to everyone involved especially St. Philomena's Hospital, Dr. Toby Thomas, Dr. Rajeev.N, Bosch India and all the others who made this possible.

You could start Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives for your Company in association with us. For more information : http://trinitycarefoundation.org/csrprogrammesindia  & Write to us - support@trinitycarefoundation.org

Review our Medical Mission - https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/albums and Join Us https://www.facebook.com/trinitycarefoundation

Sunday, 31 May 2015

Goals of the World No Tobacco Day 2015 campaign

For World No Tobacco Day 2015, we are calling on countries to work together to end the illicit trade of tobacco products. The goals of the 2015 campaign:



1. Raise awareness on the harm to health caused by tobacco products

Raise awareness on the harm to people’s health caused by the illicit trade in tobacco products, especially the youth and low-income groups, due to the increased accessibility and affordability of these products due to their lower costs.

2. Show how health warnings are undermined

Show how health care gains and programmes, tobacco control policies, like increased tax and prices, pictorial health warnings and other measures are undermined by the illicit trade in tobacco products.

3. Demonstrate the illicit trade of tobacco products

Demonstrate how the tobacco industry has been involved in the illicit trade of tobacco products.



4. Show how criminal groups profit

Highlight how the illicit trade of tobacco products is a means of amassing great wealth for criminal groups to finance other organised crime activities, including drugs, human and arms trafficking, as well as terrorism.

5. Promote the "Protocol to eliminate illicit trade in tobacco products"

Promote the ratification of, accession to and use of the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products by all Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) and its early entry into force through the active involvement of all relevant stakeholders.

More on World No Tobacco Day 2015 : http://who.int/campaigns/no-tobacco-day/2015/brochure/en/

Thursday, 28 May 2015

3D printing technique used to help treat Type 1 diabetes

Researchers have explored how 3D printing can be used to help treat Type 1 diabetes.

The 3D printing technique, known as bioplotting, has taken researchers a step closer to being able to help patients who experience severe hypoglycaemic (low blood sugar) situation.

The paper describes how clusters of specialised cells responsible for the production of insulin and glucagon in the pancreas have successfully been 3D printed into a scaffold.

It is hoped that the scaffolds can be transplanted into patients with Type 1 diabetes to help regulate blood sugar levels and avoid dangerous low blood sugar events.

Islet cells, also called Islets of Langerhans, are clusters of pancreatic cells that sense blood sugar levels and release insulin to maintain normal levels.

“Our results showed that once the islet cells were retrieved from the 3D scaffolds in the lab, they were able to produce insulin and respond to glucose in the same way as non-printed islet cells,” said van Apeldoorn from the University of Twente in the Netherlands and co-author of the study.

In their study, the group of researchers sought to increase the success of islet transplantation by creating bio-engineered scaffolds to help deliver the transplanted islet cells into patients, ensuring the cells are protected and fully functioning when placed at the donor site.

The scaffolds also ensured that the islet cells would not migrate uncontrollably through the body once transplanted into the donor site.The results appeared in the journal Biofabrication.

Source : The Hindu

Friday, 22 May 2015

Anti- microbial resistance

India has said the issue of anti- microbial resistance (AMR) should be seen holistically as a "development challenge" instead of interpreting it narrowly as a health security risk.

"We believe that AMR should be seen from a broader perspective as a development challenge rather than limiting it to a health security risk," Dr E Vishnu Vardhan Reddy, Second Secretary at the Permanent Mission of India to the UN said here during a debate on the draft global action plan on AMR at the 68th World Health Assembly (WHA).

"Emphasis should be on raising awareness, infection prevention, promoting rational use of antibiotics and addressing the needs of developing countries in strengthening access to health care facilities, promoting availability and affordability of existing and new antibiotics, diagnostics and vaccines," he said highlighting India's position on the AMR issue.

Developing countries and health activists have been concerned about resources for implementing AMR plans particularly, affordable and point of care diagnostics to inform health practitioners and veterinarians of the susceptibility of pathogens to available antibiotics.

The draft in its current form emphasises surveillance but does not mention any financial commitment crucial for developing countries to implement the plans, developing countries and health activists have argued.

AMR can develop in human and animal health as well as through food and agriculture sectors.

WHO has warned of a "post-antibiotic era" where common infections could become difficult to treat due to the overuse or misuse of antibiotics and other microbial medicines.

All member states are expected to have in place within two years of the endorsement of the draft action plan by WHA, national action plans on AMR aligned with the global plan.

Reddy also pointed out that there is not only a need to accelerate research and development for new antibiotics since no new class of antibiotics has been developed in the last 30 years but also for the global health body to ensure the affordability of new antibiotics.

In May 2014, the 67th WHA had adopted a resolution to draft a global action plan to combat anti-microbial resistance, including antibiotic resistance, to be submitted in this WHA.

Source: Business Standard (PTI)

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Pain relievers - handy chart ( Ibuprofen Vs. Acetaminophen )

This Chart Shows When You Should Use Ibuprofen Vs. Acetaminophen

Not all pain relievers are created equal. Ibuprofen (Advil) and Acetaminophen (Tylenol) have different effects on the body. This handy chart can quickly tell you which one to use for which purposes, and when to avoid them.
The Wall Street Journal has put together this handy chart that details which types of ailments that these two medicines are most effective at fighting. It also shows what their side effects are and what the long-term risks of excessive use are. For minor pains, this can quickly tell you which one you need. However, if you're worried about longer-term health risks based on your usage, always be sure to double-check with your doctor.
Advil vs. Tylenol. Which to Use, and When | Wall Street Journal
This Chart Shows When You Should Use Ibuprofen vs. Acetaminophen

ICAI issues norms for CSR accounting


The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India ( ICAI) recently issued a guidance note which will help India Inc in accounting for its corporate social responsibility (CSR) expenses.

To ensure transparent financial reporting, this guidance note requires the company to debit (charge) its profit and loss account (P&L a/c) with the CSR expenses incurred by it during the year. Further, such expenses are to be shown as a separate line item in the P&L a/c.

"The guidance note by calling for a debit to the P&L a/c of the CSR expenditure rightly puts to rest an ongoing debate as to whether such expenditure could have been adjusted as an appropriation from reserves," says Sumit Seth, partner, PriceWaterhouse.

Further, ICAI's guidance note has also addressed issues of a shortfall by a company in meeting with the minimum CSR expenditure criteria and also those instances where a company has spent more than the minimum requirement.

"ICAI's guidance note is clear and easy to implement. It has stayed with the letter and the spirit of the legal provisions. India Inc was facing many doubts in accounting for CSR expenses, as India is the first country in the world that mandates CSR expense," says Shailesh Haribhakti, group chairman, DH Consultants.
The legal obligation to comply with CSR norms kicked in as of April 1, 2014. Such expenses will reflect for the first time in the financial statements of India Inc as of March 31, 2015 which are currently under finalization and audit.

Companies meeting certain financial criteria such as a net worth, turnover or net profit of at least Rs 500 crore, Rs 1,000 crore and Rs 5 crore respectively have to comply with CSR norms. Such companies have to spend in each financial year 'at least' 2% of the average net profits made during the previous three financial years towards eligible CSR activities.

According to an EY report, nearly 8,000 companies are impacted by the CSR norms. Sachin Pilot, former minister of corporate affairs, under whose aegis the new Companies Act containing the CSR norms was ushered in, had said CSR spend by India Inc could aggregate to Rs 15,000-20,000 crore in a year.

There can be scenarios where a company spends more or less than the minimum 2% criteria. ICAI's guidance note states that the Companies Act requires the board of directors of a company to specify the reasons for not meeting with the CSR obligations. In light of this, if there is any shortfall, no provision is required to be made in the profit and loss account of the company. For instance, if the 2% criteria required a CSR spend of at least Rs 50 lakh, but the company spends only Rs 40 lakh during the year, the difference of Rs 10 lakh need not be provided in its profit and loss statement. A provision would have reduced the book profits of the company. However, the directors will be required to state in their report the reasons for such shortfall.

ICAI's guidance note also looks at a scenario when a company spends more than the minimum requirement. The issue in this scenario was whether the excess amount of CSR spent can be carried forward to be adjusted against amounts to be spent on CSR activities in the future. To illustrate, if a company spent Rs 60 lakh, instead of the minimum required Rs 50 lakh, could this excess Rs 10 lakh be carried forward and adjusted against next year's CSR required expenditure? ICAI's guidance note has clarified that, since "2% of the average net profits of immediately preceding three years is the 'minimum' amount which is required to be spent under section 135(5) of the Companies Act, the excess amount cannot be carried forward for any future adjustment".

Haribhakti adds, "The approach suggested in the guidance note of not carrying forward excess expenditure and for not providing for shortfalls in a particular year are justified. This is also the intent of the law makers to let market and peer pressure work."

ICAI's guidance note has also illustrated that, in some cases, the CSR expenditure could result in creation of a tangible asset — say a school building. Invariably, the future economic benefit from a 'CSR asset' would not flow to a company, thus even the expenditure towards creation of an asset should be charged to the P&L a/c (and not capitalized in the balance sheet), clarifies the guidance note.

If a company, as part of its CSR activities, supplies goods manufactured by it or renders services, these goods and services will also form part of the CSR expenditure and will be duly valued and charged to the company's P&L a/c.

According to government sources, the financial statements of a company, including notes to the accounts and the director's reports, will help keep track of the CSR spending by India Inc. Currently, there is no penalty imposed for not complying with these norms — only a disclosure is required in the director's report.

Source : Times of India News  | Review https://flic.kr/s/aHsk8kEmnC

Saturday, 16 May 2015

CSR Initiatives for Bosch India !


The School Health Program is defined as “the school procedures that contribute to the maintenance and improvement of the health of pupils and school personnel including health services, healthful living and health education”.

Medical Check-up is only the initial step in a great scheme of progress which involves the improvement of not only the physical but the mental and moral development of the children.

The CHDP { Child Health Development Project } project aims to improve children’s school attendance by addressing their health problems and improving basic health; School is considered as place for learning where children learn not only subjective knowledge but also life style practices and health seeking behaviors.

The health of young people is strongly linked to their academic success, and the academic success of youth is strongly linked with their health. Thus, helping students stay healthy is a fundamental part of the mission of schools. After all, schools cannot achieve their primary mission of education if students and staff are not healthy.

Health-related factors, such as hunger, chronic illness, or physical and emotional abuse, can lead to poor school performance. Health-risk behaviors such as substance use, violence, and physical inactivity are consistently linked to academic failure and often affect students' school attendance, grades, test scores, and ability to pay attention in class.

The good news is that school health programs and policies may be one of the most efficient means to prevent or reduce risk behaviors and prevent serious health problems among students. Effective school health policies and programs may also help close the educational achievement gap.
Trinity Care Foundation conducts Health Programs in synergy with Women & Child Welfare Department, Education Department and Health Department of Karnataka State, India.

Corporate Social Responsibility ( CSR ) Health Initiatives with Bosch India.
Bosch India CSR Team along with Trinity Care Foundation Doctor's
To Partner with Trinity Care Foundation for Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives - Write to - support@trinitycarefoundation.org |

Trinity Care Foundation implemented CSR Projects : http://trinitycarefoundation.org/csrprogrammesindia  & https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/albums

For CSR partnership,
Write to – support@trinitycarefoundation.org  or
Call Dr. Thomas +91 9880394959 or Mr.Binu +91 9880358888

Visit - https://flic.kr/s/aHsk8kEmnC  & https://www.facebook.com/trinitycarefoundation 

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

School Health Program - Beerasandra Village

Trinity Care Foundation is pleased to invite you to our School Health Programs focusing on Government School Children in Beerasandra Village, Devanahalli Taluk, Karnataka, India to be held on Wednesday, 15 April 2015.

The School Health Program is defined as “the school procedures that contribute to the maintenance and improvement of the health of pupils and school personnel including health services healthful living and health education”.



The health of young people is strongly linked to their academic success, and the academic success of youth is strongly linked with their health. Thus, helping students stay healthy is a fundamental part of the mission of schools.







The good news is that school health programs and policies may be one of the most efficient means to prevent or reduce risk behaviors and prevent serious health problems among students. Effective school health policies and programs may also help close the educational achievement gap.

Trinity Care Foundation implements School Health Initiatives in 63 Government Schools covering 12,000 plus children in Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

Join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/trinitycarefoundation

For Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives - Please review https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/sets/ | To Partner - Write to - support@trinitycarefoundation.org |

Thursday, 2 April 2015

Transforming Smiles | A CSR Initiative

We help children in need of surgery for treatable facial deformities such as cleft lip, cleft palate, tmj ankylosis, nose and ear conditions and other facial conditions. The focus is underprivileged children.

Even though we’re a charity for children, we understand that parents want nothing more than to help their children in need and cannot do so due to financial restrictions.

A Child with Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate in India

Partnering with Trinity Care Foundation charity in India will prove to be truly rewarding and even more so for the children and families that you will positively impact with your generous donations. Every little life you affect is a smile won and worn on the face of a beautiful child with a future filled with many more.

At Trinity Care Foundation we believe in the future of our children – charity is just one of the many avenues we use to make the joy visible through the smiles of our nation’s children.

Trinity Care Foundation is a Indian non-governmental organisation with a holistic health care vision for children with facial deformities. We work together to put the smile back onto our children’s faces with free corrective facial reconstructive surgery and treatments.

Before and After Surgery of a Cleft Lip Baby by Trinity Care Foundation

You could start Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives for your Company in association with us. " Write to us - support@trinitycarefoundation.org ”

CSR Health Project Photograph Albums implemented in Karnataka State, India: https://www.flickr.com/photos/trinitycarefoundation/albums

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Friday, 6 February 2015

Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative in Bangalore.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has acquired new dimensions in the recent years. Today, companies are proactively taking up this good hearted investment and giving a social value to all their business endeavors. 

We thus join hands with the corporates to help them advance their welfare initiatives to the needy families and save on their time and human resources. Trinity Care Foundation CSR Health Projects are...  School Health Program

School is considered as place for learning where children learn not only subjective knowledge but also life style practices and health seeking behaviors.  The School Health Program is defined as “the school procedures that contribute to the maintenance and improvement of the health of pupils and school personnel including health services healthful living and health education”. 


Medical Check-up is only the initial step in a great scheme of progress which involves the improvement of not only the physical but the mental and moral development of the children. 








The CHDP { Child Health Development Project } project aims to improve children’s school attendance by addressing their health problems and improving basic health; School is considered as place for learning where children learn not only subjective knowledge but also life style practices and health seeking behaviors.  Bosch India CSR initiative in Bangalore !

School Health Programs Initiative of Trinity Care Foundation in Government Schools in Bangalore, Karnataka State, India. Join us :- https://www.facebook.com/trinitycarefoundation

Review Corporate Social Responsibility Project's Photograph Albums - Flickr  

To Partner  - Write to us - | Email - support@trinitycarefoundation.org

To Volunteer or Intern with us in Community Health Initiatives, Write to us with your Interests and your Resume.  http://trinitycarefoundation.org/  | Email - support@trinitycarefoundation.org |  

Monday, 26 January 2015

Smile Project - Free Cleft Surgery


Trinity Care Foundation is providing Free Surgeries for Poor { Children and Young Adults } with Facial Deformities in Bangalore, Karnataka State, India. 



The Type of Facial Deformities are :

  1. Cleft Lip,
  2. Cleft Palate,
  3. Nose Deformity due to Cleft,
  4. TMJ Ankylosis,
  5. Ear Deformity,
  6. Facial Tumours
  7. Any other Facial Deformities !  


Trinity Care Foundation ( http://trinitycarefoundation.org/ ) is a Public Health Organization that is involved in Holistic Treatment for Children with Facial Deformities, School Health Programs and Outreach Health Programs in Karnataka State, India.


You could also start off Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Programs for your Company ! Write to us for Details - " support@trinitycarefoundation.org ”




Thursday, 15 January 2015

Transforming Lives - Karnataka


Trinity Care Foundation ( http://trinitycarefoundation.org/ ) is a Public Health Organization based in Bangalore, India that is involved in Holistic Treatment for Children with Facial Deformities, School Health Programs and Outreach Health Programs in Karnataka State, India.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has acquired new dimensions in the recent years. Today, companies are proactively taking up this good hearted investment and giving a social value to all their business endeavors.

We thus join hands with the corporates to help them advance their welfare initiatives to the needy families and save on their time and human resources. Trinity Care Foundation CSR Projects are...

Focus Projects :-

  1. Facial Deformities - https://www.facebook.com/facialdeformities  { Transforming Smiles for the Needy ( Children and Young Adults ) with Facial Deformities }. 
  2. School Health Programs https://www.facebook.com/schoolhealthprograms  { The school procedures that contribute to the maintenance and improve­ment of the health of pupils and school personnel including health services healthful living and health education }. 
  3. Outreach Health Programs -  https://www.facebook.com/outreachhealthprograms  { Medical Mission - Bringing health education and Health screening services directly to community members in under-served areas } 

Trinity Care Foundation is registered as a Public Charitable Trust under the Indian Trusts Act (Reg No. : SHV-4-00745- 2007-2008)  on 27-12-2007.

• Registered Under Section 12A of the Income Tax Act, 1961 dated on 27- 04-2009.
• Registered Under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act,  1961, dated on 20-04-2010.
• Registered under FCRA Act, 2010 - Registration No: 094421576 dated on 09-09-2014.
• Registered with United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
• Registered with various Govt. Agencies under Government of Karnataka.

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