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Global Hospitals with Mohan Foundation launches ‘Life before Ashes’

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~ Art pieces of human organs created with human ashes who could not get organ for transplant, installed at the Hospital ~

Global Hospitals, a multi super specialty tertiary care hospital in association with Mohan Foundation, an NGO promoting organ donation and transplantation in India since 1997, launches ‘Life before Ashes’, a unique campaign to create awareness around organ donation. The Art installations of ‘Heart’, ‘Liver’, Kidneys’ and ‘Eyeballs’ are made with human ashes collected from the ghats of Varanasi.

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This initiative noticeably sends out a strong message to each and every individual on how a life can be saved through donating an organ; and there wouldn’t be these pieces of art from human ashes if these organs were donated to someone in need; giving a new lease of life to that person.

Manpreet Singh Sohal, Regional CEO, Global Hospitals, said, “Being a pioneer in organ transplantations, it is our continuous endeavour to promote and create awareness around organ donation through various initiatives and campaigns. ‘Life before Ashes’ is a distinctive initiative in collaboration with Mohan Foundation, a step towards saving lives of people who otherwise lose their lives due to lack of available cadaver donors. We hope to create a difference in people’s life through this campaign and strike the chord; ensuring a raise in registrations for organ donations across the country.”

Jaya Jairam, Project Manager, Mohan Foundation, commented, “Mohan Foundation has been promoting organ donation in India since its inception; however, we feel that there is still a long way to go. We intent to take ‘Life before Ashes’ to various hospitals and public places  across Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai over the next one month; to help create as much awareness as possible around organ donation. We hope to educate people through the hard-hitting messages from the art pieces of human organs installed at the hospital.”

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