Limb making materials for the Jaipur Limb workshop at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre, organized through the RC Blantyre and financed out of RJLP General Funds.
Costs, ex India, including transportation and airport clearance US$ 5,000.00
Financing : RJLP General Funds US$ 5,000.00
Changanacherry, Kerala State, India.
This major Limb camp was organized by RC Changanacherry and Rotarian Scaria Jose in particular. It was the first major Limb Camp we have done with technicians from Mukti, Chennai.
As usual, numbers attending exceeded expectations.
Budget US$ 27,000.00
Financing RC Eastbourne Sovereign 7,000.00
RC Worksop 1,000.00
RC Changanacherry 1,500.00
District 1250 DDF 2,000.00
RJLP General Funds 2,000.00
Rotary Foundation matching grant 13,500.00 US$ 27,000.00
Final numbers treated were :
Jaipur limbs made and fitted 436
Calipers made and fitted 430
Crutches supplied 260
Total patients 1126
Proud young patient with his new leg - and a happy father. A selection of Jaipur feet in the background.
Urgently needed materials for the Jaipur Limb Centre in Kumi. The project was managed by RC Kampala North, District 9200, in Uganda and paid for out of RJLP General Funds.
Total cost, including transport : US$ 2,000.00
Financed by : RJLP General Funds. US$ 2,000.00
In the tribal lands near Calcutta, West Bengal, India.
A series of three Mini-camps, providing limbs, calipers and crutches, organized by the RC Calcutta Metropolitan, District 3290, and carried out by technicians from the Jaipur Limb workshop in Calcutta.
Budgeted cost US$ 19,044.00
Funding RC Bishops Stortford, District 1240 2,858.00
RC Trent Bridge, District 1220 714.00
RC Calcutta Metropolitan, District 3290 2,878.00
Sundry other clubs in RIBI 607.00
District 1240 DDF 1,771.00
District 1220 DDF 250.00
District 1180 DDF 357.00
Rotary Foundation matching grant 9,522.00 US$ 19,044.00
Purulia, West Bengal, India.
The Edwin Jacks Memorial Limb Camp.
PDG Edwin Jacks, District 1190, was Chairman of Trustees of the Rotary Jaipur Limb Project before his untimely death in 1998. This limb camp was first mooted during a trip to India made by him in 1997 and it was thought appropriate by all concerned that the camp should be named in his memory.
It was anticipated that 600 patients would attend but, as so often happens, many more than this number arrived during the camp. All were seen and treated. The limb camp was organized by RC Purulia assisted by the very experienced Rotarians of RC Dhanbad. A breakdown of treatments provided is not available.
Budget US$ 23,106.00
Funding District 1190 6,653.00
District 1280 3,900.00
RC Purulia 1,000.00
Rotary Foundation matching grant 11,553.00 US$ 23,106.00
Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Limb camp for 2000 patients organized by RC Bangalore Peenya, District 3190, on the occasion of their 20th Anniversary. The actual work of treating the patients was carried out by technicians from BMVSS, Jaipur without charge in recognition of the previous five limb camps organized by RC Bangalore Peenya and as a contribution to their 20th Charter anniversary. Financing of accommodation, food, transport and all other expenses was provided by RC Barnet & East Barnet, District 1130.
Costs of accommodating 2000 patients and their carers
and the army of volunteers from Bangalore, transporting them,
feeding them and providing the infrastructure for such an
enormous undertaking was …. US$ 17,000.00
Financing : RC Barnet & East Barnet 6,000.00
D 3290 DDF 4,000.00
Rotary Foundation matching grant 7,000.00 US$ 17,000.00
Cost of transport, accommodation and food for 1000 patients and carers attending the Nairobi Jaipur Limb centre through 2003. The Nairobi project is managed by trustees from RC Nairobi South.
Total cost, based on an average cost of US$ 20.00 per patient. US$ 20,000.00
Financing : RJLP General Funds 10,000.00
RC Nairobi South 10,000.00 US$ 20,000.00
Three brothers, all amputees, at the Jaipur Limb Centre, Nairobi.
This centre was founded in 1990/91 by the RC Nairobi South and is a Trust administered by Trustees from the Rotary Club.
Kunnamkulam, Kerala, India.
Materials, equipment and training for the Tropical Health Foundation, run by Dr Jacob Roy and sponsored locally by RC Kunnamkulam. This project was jointly sponsored by RC Derby Mercia, District 1220, and RC Midhurst and Petworth, District 1250. Financing was completed by RJLP out of General Funds.
Total cost £ 6,500.00
Financing RC Derby Mercia 1,500.00
RC Midhurst & Petworth 1,500.00
RJLP General Funds 3,500.00 £ 6,500.00
This limb camp was held in May 2003. The work was carried out by technicians from the Jaipur Limb Centre in Delhi and was organized locally by the Rotary Club of Dhanbad..
Budgeted cost for 900 patients US$ 28,406.00
Financing : RC Ridgetown. District 6380 US$ 4,386.00
RC Rochester. District 6380 2,000.00
RC Clarkston. District 6380 1,000.00
DDF District 6380 2,000.00
RC Dhanbad District 3250 2,174.00
RJLP General Funds 5,286.00
Rotary Foundation matching grant 11,560.00 US$ 28,406.00
Initial registrations indicated that approximately 600 patients would attend. In fact, during the course of the camp 900 patients were seen.
700 Jaipur limbs were made and fitted.
200 Pairs of crutches were supplied.
Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Wheelchair & Tricycle camp organized by RC Bangalore Peenya following their mega limb camp in January 2003. Once again, funding was led by RC Barnet & East Barnet, District 1130.
Total cost of 75 Folding wheelchairs and 20 tricycles US$ 10,000.00
Financing : RC Barnet & East Barnet 4,450.00
RC Bangalore Peenya 750.00
District 3290 DDF 2,400.00
Rotary Foundation matching grant 2,400.00 US$ 10,000.00