The Freedom from Poverty Foundation made possible the realization of The Subhash Khanna Mission to the village of Jamkhed in 2020.
In February, we sent Sixteen professionals from Montreal, Quebec, and a team from Australia consisted of an orthopedist and a communications officer, which allowed us to perform 64 surgeries. Our team focused on orthopedic surgeries, restoring persons’ functionality and breaking the cycle of poverty.
Unfortunately, the covid-19 pandemic forced us to cancel three missions. We redirected funds initially earmarked for these missions towards covid-19 prevention and treatment equipment for the village of Jamkhed: oxygen, intravenous medication, mask, and quarantine facilities.
In rural villages’ homes are small and have only one room, so isolation is impossible.
The following are the members who participated in the February 2020 mission:
|Luce Plamandon||Inhalo therapist|
|Vinod Dargan||Project manager|