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Madurai Health and Leprosy Relief Centre
(Registered non- profit voluntary organization working for 'Leprosy eradication  and Rehabilitation)
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CSR Corporate Social Responsibility

1. Free provision of aids and Appliances to the leprosy cured through Novartis CSR

This function organized by “Madurai Health and Leprosy Relief Centre” (MAHELERECEN) at Madurai, Bethaniya puram, Lavanya Kalyana Mahal on 7th March 2015.

This Leprosy camp is started at morning 10:00 AM, Chief Guest Dr. Atul Shah, Director of “Novartis Comprehensive Leprosy Care Association”, Mumbai is conducting this leprosy camp. More than 50 leprosy deformed patients were benefited through this camp.    

“Madurai Health and Leprosy Relief Centre’s” founder cum Executive Secretary Mr. S. Maria Xavier Turtius and Secretary T. M. Francis gave the special talks. After  Dr Atul Shah gives the lecture about hands and foot care of patients, Mr Raja translated the lecture in to Tamil. Dr. Atul shah Donates the MCR chapels, Self care kit to all the deformed patients.

For this camp Our board member Mr Paramasivam, Vice President Mr. S. Thomas, Treasurer Mrs. J. Josephine Mary, member Mr. S. Kennedy, Programme Coordinator Mr. M. Raja Programme Associate  Mr. A.Vincent, Prof Albert, Mr George and Rotary club student volunteers were arranged this function.

This camp were finished with national anthem at 1 PM AN.

2. Canara Bank CSR support to our Leprosy centre

Canara Bank donates a refrigerator to our "Madurai Health and Leprosy Relief Centre" - Mahelerecen Maruthuva Maiyam on 21st August 2015. thanks for Canara bank gift to us. we can store the medicines in our centre.

3. Syndicate Bank CSR support for "Health awareness programmes " Sony LCD projector

90th foundation day of Syndicate bank was celebrated on 20th October 2015, Syndicate bank donated us a LCD projector for our "Health Awareness programmes" at Madurai circle office, Tamil Nadu. We Thank to Dr K Rajeswar, Dy. Gen Mamager, Mr T Manivannan- Asst. Gen. Manager and Mr Srinivasan circle Manager. This projector used us to provide the audio visual education to the rural public and government school children in Madurai district, Tamil Nadu, India.

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Executive Secretary.
Madurai Health and  Leprosy Relief Centre. (MAHELERECEN),
12/10. Sister Rose 2nd street,
Madurai -625016 , Tamil Nadu, India. 

29th Foundation Day  9th August 2019
Dr. K. Rajeswar - Dy. Gen Manager donated LCD projector our organization President Mr M. Chelladurai receives.  
Dr Atul shah conducting the leprosy camp