Aid distributed to HIV infected women in Hyderabad

Members of Cheyutha receiving cheque from Dr. Mudundi Ranga Nadha Raju Foundation.

Hyderabad: In line with its commitment towards providing health care amenities for women and child, Dr. Mudundi Ranga Nadha Raju Foundation organised a free Nutrition Support Programme at Sahiti Nagar’s Red Cross Hospital in Dilsukhnagar on Sunday.

The founder of the foundation Mr. Vasu Raju Mudundi donated a cheque of Rs. 61,000 to Cheyutha Women’s Community Based Organisation where is supports over 60 HIV infected women.

The Dr. Mudundi Ranga Nadha Raju Foundation is a self-sustaining organization which aims to serve the needy from all the corners of the society irrespective of age, race or religion.

By noticing that a HIV infected person needs medicine in every three month, He also promised that the same amount of donation will be given till one year for medical purposes.

Addressing the gathering, Dr. Krishna Kiran an orthopedic surgeon from Maxcure Hospitals stressed on taking balanced diet and said by continuous medication, healthy diet, completely taking care of women and child can controlled and managed to increase the life span of the patient.


Another orthopedic surgeon Dr. Vikas said, “One should maintain a good healthy diet with best nutrition for women and child health care.”

Nanda Pandey a social activist who strongly participated in all the arrangements of the progrmme, Mrs. Nanda honored the orthopedic surgeons for their presence and giving health tips to HIV infected women.

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This post was last modified on July 15, 2019 10:26 am

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