‘Pratyasha’ (a Malayalam word, which means ‘Hope’) is a support group for children with cancer — a helping hand for families of children and young people with cancer.
The aim of the society is to extend a helping hand to paediatric cancer patients by identifying the needy and providing them with medicines, emotional support and helping in the rehabilitation of the cured.
In order to learn more about us including why we need ‘Pratyasha’, our Long-Term Goals and how you can help Pratyasha please see our “About Us” page.
To learn more about the Executive Committee that runs Pratyasha For Children, visit the “Committee” page.
To get information on becoming an associate and/or life member of Pratyasha For Children, please go to our “Associate” page.
To discover more about the goals the objectives of Pratyasha For Children, please visit the “Objectives” page.
To contact Pratyasha For Children or to make any enquiries about our association, activities or website, use the “Contacts” page.
To see photos and get information about some of the social and educational events organised by Pratyasha For Children, please go to the “Events” section.
In order to learn more about how Pratyasha For Children help and also how you could personally contribute, please visit the “Activities” page.
To find out more about the cost of Cancer both to the Community and to the Government, as well as our current “Need of the Hour” please go to our “What It Costs” page.
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Finally, for more in depth information about Cancer and how it affects children and their families, please visit the “Cancer in Children” page.