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   India - Nagpur

Newborn Intensive Care Unit Cr


Nagpur has a population of 3 million people and a wide drainage area.A Major load of Poor and needy people take advantage of the Organization like Matru Sewa Sangh ( MSS) which looks after Mother & Child Care in a Big Way (Brochure Attached). Creating an Newborn & Premature Intensive Care Unit with Teriary Care facilities will be a Big help to those children born Prematurely and Newborn who require special Care Infant mortality rate in india is about 50 per 1000 live births and to save the children. The poor people cannot afford the High Cost of specialized tertiary care in corporate hospitals thus we need to create the same facilities for the underprivileged and poor population.MSS in centrally located with all infrastructure for Pregnancies & deliveries for really poor Females and the Children born thereof would be really needy. Malnutrition in Women causes Intrauterine Gorwth retardation, Premature births and New born Abnormalities. These all can be tackled with ease and expertise here

Matru Sewa sangh is a Big, Registered, Charitable Organization which has the Infrastructure & Resources to manage the Project efficiently after its completion & Handover. They have Doctors and trained Nurses to look after the NICU and shall utilize their own fund generation techniques to Maintain and Run the NICU/ PBU.

Primary Host Partner in the Project Country

Club: Nagpur

District: 3030

Primary Contact: Dr.Manmohan Daga


Check all projects from: [District 3030] [Nagpur Rotary Club] [Dr.Manmohan Daga]

Primary International Partner Outside the Project Country

Club: Emmaus

District: 7430

Primary Contact: rtn. Gul Asnani


Check all projects from: [District 7430] [Emmaus Rotary Club] [rtn. Gul Asnani]

Proposed Financing

Primary Host Sponsor Rotary Club/District

Rotary Club of Nagpur


District 3030 DDF


Primary International Sponsor Rotary Club/District

District 7430 DDF


Amount requested from the Rotary Foundation




Status and Progress Information


This project is completed. Project listed for the 2012-13 Rotary Year.

The Matching Grant application number from TRF is #78438.

The TRF Staff in charge of this grant is Agne Jankauskaite (

Fully Funded Project. Important project for the health of Poor, needy and underprivileged premature and newborn babies born in nagpurs Charitable Institutes. Project has been well discussed with all partners .

Approved by TRF Feb 12, 2013.

<7-Oct-12> System Entry
Creation of project page.

<8-Oct-12> by Gul Asnani
Changed Exchange rate to $1=INR 54, per TRF Oct 2012. Changed Emmaus RC contr to $0, & DDF from D-7530 to $8027. Will add International partner comm members.

<24-Oct-12> by Sanjay Deshpande
I made several corrections to the text in the various sections to improve the application. It is important that the form have member ID information and all signatures. I encourage all those listed to sign the appropriate pages. The D7430 DG and DRFC have signed off the funding page (page 6)for our DDF contributionand we need to have the D3030 officers to sign for their DDF contribution. The D3030 DGSC also should sign Page 10 after all signatures are complete. We can work out the logistics of submission after all signatures are obtained.

<18-Dec-12> System Entry
Grant paperwork sent to The Rotary Foundation.

<13-Feb-13> by Gul Asnani
Approved by TRF Feb 12, 2013.

<16-Apr-13> System Entry
Grant approved by The Rotary Foundation.

<4-Nov-13> by Gul Asnani
The project has been completed very nicely. Final report will be submitted soon.

<16-May-14> by Gul Asnani
Project was successfully closed in March 2014. Letter of closing received from Rotary Foundation (India). Thanks to Dr. Manmohan Daga for conceiving a wonderful project, & for implementing it & showing it on Skype to the International Partner, in real time. Very very impressive.

<16-May-14> System Entry
Grant status changed to "Completed".