Thank you readers: Little Dithi gets Rs 20 lac for liver transplant


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Oct 6: Time and again, readers of daijiworld have shown their large-heartedness and generosity by coming to the rescue of persons in need of financial assistance for medical treatment. Once again, daijiworld readers have risen to the occasion, this time to help a less fortunate child.

Daijiworld on September 2 had requested its readers to help baby Dithi from Balanja village in Beltangady taluk who has been suffering from end stage liver disease for the past 6 months and needed to get liver transplantation.

Dithi's 27-year-old mother Ratnavati is the donor of liver to her daughter. The doctors had opined that with the child having B-positive and the donor O-positive blood groups, the transplant was possible.

Dithi’s father Manohar Balanja is from an economically poor background, being an agriculturist who also works as a reporter for a newspaper. The total amount required is Rs 24 lac to Rs 28 lac. Due to the kind heartedness of daijiworld readers and other well-wishers, Dithi has already received Rs 20 lac, out of which Rs 10.6 lac has been deposited at the hospital where the transplant is to take place.

The transplant will take place soon at Narayana Hrudayalaya hospital in Bengaluru. Presently Dithi and her mother are going through expensive preliminary tests. The liver damage has also affected Dithi's other organs, and the surgery would be done after they heal, said Manohar. Also, she is suffering from low haemaglobin and low blood count, and is presently undergoing blood transfusion. In the next six weeks, she will be administered six injections, after which another complete examination would be done and the surgery for transplantation would take place. All necessary legal approvals for the transplant, which were difficult to obtain, have been obtained.

In a letter dispatched to daijiworld, Manohar has conveyed his gratitude to all the readers who responded positively to the appeal, saying their generosity and prayers would go a long way in helping his daughter in getting liver transplant.

We at Daijiworld thank each and every reader who contributed so generously to the cause and prayed for Dithi. We join our readers in wishing Dithi a successful surgery and pray that she gets well soon.

 

 

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Comment on this article

  • Sujatha Fernandez, kalasa, Doha - Qatar

    Thu, Oct 8 2015

    Dear Daiji readers,
    I see a lot of other people also under Charity wanting some help from all of us. They are all genuine cases. Even little money will help them a lot.

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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India

    Wed, Oct 7 2015

    Thanks to the donors. God bless them thousand times.

    God bless Dithi and her mother. Pray that baby Dithi will recover fully and her mother too.

    "HUMANITY is, the only true religion"

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [4]

  • peter, Brahmavar

    Wed, Oct 7 2015

    Thanks to kind Daiji world readers and donors. Most of all are kind though there is some dis agreement and different views in same subject. May Al mighty God heal this child and mother.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [3]

  • Mahesh Prabhu, Mangalore / Doha

    Wed, Oct 7 2015

    May God bless baby Dithi for her successful medical treatment and for blissful life ahead!

    Salutes to Daijiworld and the generous brother and sisters, who keep this world together!

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  • Mangalorean, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 7 2015

    God Bless Baby Dithi. Touched by Mangaloreans support & contribution for a noble cause and humanity irrespective of caste, religion etc., This is what Mangaloreans are all about. WE ALL SHOULD UNITE AS ONE.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [6]

  • Dr S Kamath, Mumbai

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    This is the power of Internet ,Power of Daiji .God bless Dithi,Daiji and its Donor readers

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [12]

  • Allen, Mangaluru

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    Hope and pray everything goes well and the baby gets back to normal healthy life! Thanks to DW and all the donors! May God bless you and keep you safe little Dithi!

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [8]

  • MW, DUBAI

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    AWESOME GUYS...THIS IS HUMANITY....GET WELL SOON BABY!!!!!

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [12]

  • KRPrabhu, B'luru

    Wed, Oct 7 2015

    Dear MW...awesome Kudlaites....isn't it?

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [2]

  • ashraf, mangalore

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    alhamdulillah...god bless little angel..

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [13]

  • Navaz Thokur, Addoor/ Al Jubail - KSA

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    Masha Allah.. Great news.. May Almighty grant her cure soon & bless all the noble hearted people contributed for the cause.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [17]

  • THERESA LOBO, MUKAMAR,SHARJAH

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    God bless the Mother and daughter. For God only everything possible.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [16]

  • nelson pinto, udupi / oman

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    DW- GOOD JOB
    GOOD JOB
    GOOD JOB

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [22]

  • DBS, Udupi

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    Wishing little Dithi a successful surgery by the Grace of God. Praying for the good health of mother & child.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [18]

  • Reshma, Mangalore

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    God Bless her and get well soon baby Dithi.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [9]

  • momin gaffar, shiruru, dubai

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    GOD BLESS BABY... GET WELL SOON...

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [12]

  • Acchu, Mlore

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    God bless this kid and all Donors

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [15]

  • Viju Kumar, MUMBAI

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    GOD BLESS......GET WELL SOON!!!!!

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [11]

  • Francis, Dubai

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    Hope and pray for the successful medical treatment for baby Dithi.

    Commendable job by Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru and that the financial contribution rendered by the donors.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [14]

  • Hubert D'souza, Mangalore Dubai

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    Little Dithi Praying For Your Speedy Recovery.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [9]

  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    You will be alright soon Dithi. May God bless you.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [14]

  • KRPrabhu, B'luru

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    God bless you little angel Dithi.....

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [19]

  • Shekar Moily Padebettu, Udupi/India

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    God bless Dithi and all the donors did a commendable job by donating considerable amount for the noble cause.May God bless them.
    Once again Dithi,we all pray for you.Definitely God will be with you

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [17]

  • hemanth, Bangalore/Mangalore/CT

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    God bless dithi...

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [22]

  • nithin, mangalore

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    Baba i will pray for your speedy recovery.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [25]

  • S.M. Nawaz Kukkikatte, Dubai

    Tue, Oct 6 2015


    God Bless You Little Angel

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [29]

  • Zia, Udupi

    Tue, Oct 6 2015

    May God Bless this child with successful medical treatment and for a speedy recovery !!
    And also praying for good health for all the patients lying in hospital.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [38]


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