Man Mohini Kaul Charitable Medical Trust

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Man Mohini Kaul Charitable Medical Trust was established in April 1998 in Hyderabad, India, by Dr Reeta K. Thukral and Dr Lalit K. Kaul in memory of their mother, the late Mrs. Man Mohini Kaul. It is a tax exempt organization under section 80G of India’s 1961 Income Tax Act.

 

Board of Directors:
Founder & Chairperson – Reeta Thukral, MD, FACP, FASN, USA
Board Member, Vice Chairman & Trustee – Mr. Vivek Narasimham
Board Member, Secretary & Trustee – Mrs. Reva Kaul
Board Member & Trustee – Mrs. Swita Narasimham

About The Trust:

The MMKCM Trust established two outpatient clinics and bought a van to provide care in 10 different villages for people who could not afford to come to the city. Hundreds of thousands of people have received care for ailments ranging from minor illnesses to major surgical procedures. In 2004, the Board decided to provide educational scholarships for qualified students. Presently the MMKCMT sponsors students from ninth grade through professional school. The MMKCMT continues to help with victims of natural disasters. It was a significant contributor to relief efforts for the 2001 earthquake victims in Gujarat, India. And, also, provided aid to tsunami victims in December 2004.

 

Hyderabad, India: Education

Government College for Girls:

Trust supported the education program for 12th grade students attending MLT course in Government College for girls, from 2010 – 2014. The Trust also donated a refrigerator and a microscope in 2011 and a centrifuge in 2012 for MLT students to use in the Laboratory.

 

Jammu, J& K state, India:

Since 2004, MMKCM Trust has given scholarship to several thousand students from Kindergarten to college and professional schools. This year (2019), the Trust has established a corpus fund to continue the education scholarship for qualified students.

 

Hyderabad, India: Health Care

The MMKCM Trust established two outpatient clinics and bought a van to provide care in 10 different villages for people who could not afford to come to the city. More than 100,000 people have received care for ailments ranging from minor illnesses to major surgical procedures.

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The daughter of this patient (reference to pic) – called Dr. Reeta Thukral for assistance for her ailing father who was admitted in hospital with acute liver failure. Dr. Thukral immediately called patient’s physician in India, reviewed the records. MMKCMT Board approved the assistance to this patient. He recovered and went home. Both patient and daughter visited Dr. Thukral on her visit to Hyderabad. They thanked her profusely for the assistance they received from MMKCMT.

 

 

New Delhi, India:

Diagnostic center India

MMKCMT has set up a health care and diagnostic center in Nihal Vihar, New Delhi, India. This diagnostic center was inaugurated by Dr. Reeta Thukral in January 2011. Since 2011, thousands of indigent patients have received general healthcare and ophthalmology care in this facility.

In 2016, Pediatric Cardiac care program was started for indigent children borne with congenital cardiac disease. Thus far, many children with life threatening cardiac conditions have been benefited. A corpus fund for this program was established by Dr. Reeta Kaul Thukral in July 2018, for continuing care and giving these young souls a second chance at life!

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 Reeta's Trust BuildingTribal Health Initiative, Sittilingi, Tamil Nadu, India

In 2007, the MMKCM Trust funded the construction of a building to provide outpatient care in Sittilingi Village, Tamil Nadu, India. The Trust also supports the tertiary care of patients, who need to be transferred to bigger hospitals in the surrounding area.

 

 

 

 

Other Activities:

MMKCM Trust supports an old age home, in Hyderabad, India, which is run by Integrated Welfare Society. The Trust funds the meals for all the residents close to 106, annually. In 2015, Trust also built an extra sleeping room and a bathroom for ladies residing in this facility.