Artificial Limb Center
Artificial Limb center in Kiwanis, first started its project in Delhi in 1999. It was setup with the primary objective of providing mobility aids e.g. Prosthesis,Orthosis appliances and Polio …
Cerebral Palsy Centre
Kiwanis, Cerebral Palsy Centre, established at Kiwanis Bhawan, which provides care and treatment for individuals affected by Cerebral Palsy (CP). It is a non-progressive …
The Kiwanis Club of New Delhi is also running a Department of Physiotherapy to provide the required treatment. The Department of Physiotherapy was established on the occasion…
Kiwanis Club of New Delhi supports the Sister Club “Kiwanis Club of New Delhi (Ladies)”, in its efforts to address the welfare of women and children from economically weaker sections. We not…
Kiwanis Club of New Delhi (KCND) is a non-profit charitable organization based in New Delhi to provide artificial limbs free of cost to the needy who had given up the hope of leading healthy lives. Founded in 1978 with Shri Dharma Vira, ICS as President and its founder members included Shri L P Gupta, Dr. Charat Ram, Dr. K K Modi and Dr. Bhai Mohan Singh amongst others. Shri Raj Kumar Jajodia has been the prime mover of the Kiwanis movement in India and it was on his initiative that the Club was formed and the Charter Certificate Presented to the Club by the then President of Kiwanis International.
The “Kiwanis Bhawan” which houses the Kiwanis Club of New Delhi was constructed during the tenure of Sh. Dharma Vira as President, at B-35, Qutub Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016. The plot of land was purchased through Delhi Administration in 1993 and a 6 storey building was constructed. The fund was raised by garnering donations from its members. Shri S.N.P. Punj, Dr. K.K. Modi and Shri R.C. Burman came forward with very generous contribution of Rs. 25 lakhs each.
Kiwanis Bhawan was inaugurated by the then President of India, Hon’ble Shri K.R. Narayanan on 23rd December 2000.
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Inauguration of the Artificial Limb Centre by Lt. Shree K R Narayanan, Hon’ble President of India on 23rd Dec. 2000
Charter Presentation by Mr. Maurice Gladman, Kiwans International President on 4 th of August 1978
Formation Day on Kiwanis Club of New Delhi on 25 th April 1978
Inauguration of Kiwanis Physiotherapy and Pain Clinic by Lt. Shree Sheila Dixit, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Delhi on 30 th September 2003.
Inauguration of Meoka School Building donated by Kiwanis Club of New Delhi 7 th October 1984.
Artificial Limb Camp for Indian Army, Nowshera, Jammu on Feb. 2020
“My son had symptoms of Cerebral Palsy and required an Orthosis Appliance. Kiwanis Club of New Delhi have provided much needed support, which in not easily available outside. I am grateful to the management and staff. My best wishes to Kiwanis Club of New Delhi for their yeoman service, in the rather less glorified level much needed area, which keeps the less privileged going. “
“Our visit to this excellent facility has reminded me of the good work of Kiwanis around the world. I am especially impressed by the members of the Kiwanis club of New Delhi. The dedicated staff members, Physicians and technicians have warmed our hearts and showed that their kindness and dedication will empower future generations.”
“After visiting the institute, I realised that GOD is not in heaven but right here. The doctors are treating children suffering with Cerebral Palsy, to see, it was a life time experience. I wish this institute all the best and May God give them more elbow power.”
“IN FEBRAURY 2012 I met with an accident which turned my normal body to paraplegic confining me to the wheel chair. I started coming to Kiwanis for my physiotherapy sessions and found everyone kind and supportive to me.it has been a wonderful and lively experience with the team of your organization. With ample support of Kiwanis I am able to move ahead in my life and trying to achieve my goals. Recently I have got married and have been blessed with a loving partner for life. I wish to be a motivation to thousands of people who are going through the same phase of life.”
“When I came to India for the treatment of my sister, she was faced with polio and her both legs did not work. I started treatment in Sitaram Bhartia hospital then Dr.Monocha PT referred me to Kiwanis Artificial limbs Centre. I found the staff very honest, professional and very kind. Finally within three days they made the required and a good calliper for my sister free of cost. I have never seen a centre like this and I hope this centre works for a long time for disabled people and I am very satisfied with the centre I will introduce this centre to my own home country Afghanistan in newspaper and magazines. This is an amazing setup doing wonderful work to alleviate the distress of the disadvantaged individual.”
“’After visiting this institute, I realised that God is not in heaven but right here. The doctors are treating children suffering with Cerebral Palsy, to see, it was a life time experience. I wish this institute all the best and may God give them more elbow power”.