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Friday, May 10, 2019

Prosthetic Limbs Distributed To Needy Patients By AM Foundation


Over 50 Differently Abled Patients Were Provided Free Prosthetic Limbs At A Medical Camp Event Organized In SPIC Nagar Medical Centre, Tuticorin

·  Mr. Ashwin Muthiah, Founder Chairman, AM International Group, Singapore distributed and spent time with the differently abled people during the camp
·  In collaboration with the Department of Differently Abled, The Rotary Club of Coimbatore Midtown and District administration, this program is running for three years
·  AM Foundation is committed to bettering the lives of the needy and unprivileged through acts of compassion on behalf of AM International group companies

AM Foundation, the CSR (corporate social responsibility) arm of AM International, Singapore conducted a medical camp to distribute prosthetic legs to needy patients free of cost. Mr. Ashwin Muthiah, Chairman AM Foundation & Founder Chairman of AM International Group, Singapore, was present at the medical camp and gave the prosthetic limbs to the patients at SPIC Nagar Medical Center, situated inside  SPIC’s Tuticorin factory complex. With over 50 patients attending the camp, a total of over 110 patients have been provided with this facility since its start.

The noble initiative started in the year 2017 till date has distributed free prosthetic legs to more than 110 differently abled people. The camp has a due process of collaborating with the district administration and department of Different Abled who provide the names of the eligible patients by sourcing it from their official records. It usually consists of people living within a 25 kilometers radius, and the names are provided through the state government database. 


The prosthetic limbs are purchased from the Rotary Club of Coimbatore Midtown through their service project "Walk Again" where it manufactures limbs, calipers and crutches locally.

Each prosthetic limb has a life of 2-3 years, and patients can seek a replacement. According to publicly available data, India today has 26 million who are differently abled forming 2.1% percentage of its population. At AM Foundation we promise to create awareness and resources with an endeavor that they can lead a normal, healthy and productive life




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