New lease of life: Daijiworld readers contribute Rs 31 lac to Jeshma D’Souza


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Dec 12: Last month, Daijiworld.com had published a story on Jeshma D’Souza, who is suffering from Hodgkin's Lymphoma, a type of blood cancer. Along with her story, we had requested our readers to help her bring back to life which is only possible by specialised medical treatment.

Minutes after the story went online on Daijiworld, over a 1,500 individual large-hearted human beings, crossing all the boundaries of caste, creed and religion, come to rescue of the innocent young girl. From Rs 400 to Rs 50,000 range of amount has poured into Jeshma’s account from across the globe. Readers have shown how important is to show solidarity with needy around us. This is not the first time that readers have faithfully approached such cause. In last several years, appeals published on Daijiworld have generated a whopping Rs 21 crore, directly to the account holders of needy.


Jeshma D'Souza

“This is a miracle in my life. God sent his angels through Daijiworld readers to help me. When I came to know that I am suffering from blood cancer, I cursed my life. I lost all hopes to live and started to count my last days. But a call from the head office of Daijiworld, gave hopes of life and I dreamt something positive. Within a week, the same media published my story and appealed to its readers to help me. After that, it all happened like a miracle. The readers called my parents from various corners of the world and wished for my speedy recovery. They poured in Rs 31 lac to my account which gave me a new lease of life and a revelation that God lives in this universe in the form of people filled with humanity,” says Jeshma with tears flowing down her eyes, unable to come to terms with the miracle that she has
experienced.

Jeshma, a young BSc graduate, had many dreams and ambitions for herself and her family. She wanted to work, build a house for her parents, get married and lead a family life. Sadly, luck was not in her favour. When she underwent a medical check-up for a common illness, her reports showed she is suffering from blood cancer. She was suggested specialized treatment and regular chemotherapy. Each chemo costs more than Rs 30,000.

Jeshma, with a thankful heart, further says, “My father is a coolie worker and when he heard the news about my illness and treatment, he sold my mother’s jewellery and other assets and spent the same on my initial treatment. After that, he ran out of resources and was unable to meet the financial requirements for my treatment. He knocked on many doors, but could not manage the huge amount, which is not easy also. At that moment, I felt that my days in this world have come to an end. Some of my friends forwarded a text message to Daijiworld which I sent them about my illness and sadness. On November 10, I got call from Daijiworld media office seeking more information about my illness and family. Within a few days they published my story.

“I thank Daijiworld readers for their kind-heartedness and sympathy which they have shown on me. The financial help which they deposited in my account is very much helpful for me to secure specialised treatment and I am 100% sure that I will come victorious in this battle. I saw God in the form of donors and will always keep them in my prayers. I thank Daijiworld and its management because they acted as guardian angels in my life.”

Indeed, Daijiworld readers have once again proved that together, we can make the world a beautiful place. We are grateful to each and every person who has helped and supported Jeshma. Every time our esteemed readers are responding positively for noble causes that we publish. We hope our readers will continue to respond positively in our efforts to assuage the problems of the less privileged or those who are in dire need in the society. Thank you all.

 

 

 

  

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  • Satish, udupi

    Sat, Dec 14 2019

    Humanity still exists. Thank you daijiworld

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  • Royce Fenandes, Yedapadavu, Kuwait

    Sat, Dec 14 2019

    God bless all the donors and Daijiworld team.. Get well soon Jeshma 💐💐💐.

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  • sahil, udupi

    Sat, Dec 14 2019

    daijiworld doing great job. keep it up.. GOD bless u sis.. take care

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  • John Aranha, doha

    Sat, Dec 14 2019

    Dear Jeshma,

    Get well soon. And you will.our prayers and good wishes are always with you. God bless you.
    John Aranha,
    Doha Qatar

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  • Lawrence D Almeida, Nakre/Dubai

    Sat, Dec 14 2019

    God bless all the donors and Daijiworld team. Get well soon Jeshma.

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  • Lawrence, Mangalore/Abu Dhabi

    Fri, Dec 13 2019

    Long leave Jeshma, May the good Lord protect you always.

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  • SUNDAR KARITHOTA, HALEANGADI

    Fri, Dec 13 2019

    I saw a miracle by Daijiworld and wondered the humanity of the readers.
    We have not seen such a great media. Daijiworld is so Great.
    God bless to the Daijiworld team and wishing speedy recovery to Jeshma.
    Daijiworld is the role model. All leading news publishers should do this kind of service to serve the weaker sections.

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  • Stephan, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 13 2019

    Get well soon Jeshma.

    May God bless all kind-hearted donors abundantly. Well done Daiji!

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  • Shekar Moily Padebettu, Udupi/India

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    This is not the first time that Daijiworld is publishing story of needy,sick persons who are in need of financial help for their heavy medical treatment and helped many people regardless of their caste,religion,language,crossing all the barriers.This time also did the same thing and Ms.Jeshma has got tremendous response and money is pouring like anything.Ms.Jeshma go to the one of the best doctors and get cured soon.Praying for you for the speedy recovery.God bless you.Don't worry,be happy.You will recover soon.

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  • Dolphy Pius Pinto, Bajpe/Kulshekar

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Get well Soon dear Jeshma. You are in our prayers every day. May the Lord Jesus fulfill all your dreams come true.

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  • H. A D'souza, Damoh

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Dear Jeshma,
    For God nothing is impossible. You are in our prayers and I sure that loving Lord completely heal you.
    Thanks Daijiworld for publishing and to good hearted readers

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    I pray for Jeshma, to the Donors & to the Daijiworld,
    May you all live long and God bless you all.
    Praise God and His name be glorified.

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  • Bhavya, Bangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    God bless

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  • Mariete Fernandes, Kundapura/Muscat

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Daiji, hats off to you for your noble initiative. God bless all the donors for their generosity, in hundred folds. Jeshma, our prayerful wishes for your speedy, complete recovery.

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  • N.M, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Kudos Daijiworld! Humanity wins.

    Wishing Jesma a speedy recovery.

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  • Louis Miranda, Ferar / Kuwait

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Dear Jeshma,

    Get well soon. our prayers and good wishes are with you. God bless you.

    Thank you Daiji World.

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  • Paul, mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Get well soon Jeshma Dsouza

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  • Lanslara, Nakre Dubai

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Wonderful news to hear about the contribution . Get well soon Jeshma may god bless you your family abundantly. God bless them all the whole-hearted donors.

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  • Roshan Rodrigues, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    God Bless all the Contributors and Jeshma

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Keep it up Daiji, you are reaching the needy directly through kind heart people.

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  • Francis Lewis, Kallianpur

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    This is the real Deepavali, EID and Christmas. God Bless Jeshma and all contributors and well wishers.
    Daiji you rock.

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  • Praveen, UDUPI

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    This is a good Job done by Daijiworld. I salute you Daiji. May Jeshma Dsouza recover soon. My prayers are assured.

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  • Alwyn Crasta, Mangaluru/Bengaluru

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    God bless Daijiworld team and its large-hearted donors.

    May Almighty bless Jeshma D'Souza and may she be completely cured very soon.

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  • Jaggu, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Thanks Daiji. Very commendable job!

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  • Anand, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Get well soon Jeshma. See that you take proper treatment from good Doctors.
    One of my friends son also suffered from same illness and he is completely cured and married and leading a happy life.

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  • AnilDdsouza, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Wonderful news to hear about the contribution.God bless all the whole-hearted donors.get well soon Jeshma may god bless you your family abundantly

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  • Arnold Lobo, Qatar/ Bangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    God is good all the time . Praying for the divine healing of God almighty upon Jeshma. So delighted to hear on the outpouring of financial blessing through the generous daijiworld readers . Humanity at its best . God bless

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  • Robert, Bahrain

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Three months back one of my native place girl helped by daijiworld readers is today very happy and healthy. Showers of blessing to Mr Walter Nandalike and entire staff of Daijiworld who involved in this mission. WHat a great deed. This Christmas bringing cheer to all of us.

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  • Shaila Dsouza, Dubai / Shirva

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    The beauty of daijiworld is charity amount directly going to needy's account. Here there is no middleman. Direct remitt. Unlike some other people take money for thier account or Trust and there is no transparancy. This is why daijiworld is most reliable in news media today. God bless you Walter Nandaliek and team

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Daiji readers have helped and people are praising God!
    Get well soon Jeshma.

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  • Roshan, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Thanks much Daiji!
    This is real Humanity and brings real meaning to our prayers and Religion!!! God bless all the donors. Let Almighty bless you abundantly for your generous heart!!!

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  • SHEIK ASIF, Dubai manglore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    God bless you sister , get well soon.

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  • Mohammed, Mlorean

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    This is the Beauty of Daijiworld.... Keep up the good work guys.

    May almighty shower his blessings on Daijiworld.

    Get well soon Jeshma.....

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  • Fr John Fernandes, Loreto/Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Thanks to Daiji. Speedy recovery to Jeshma.
    Trust in the Lord and He will heal you. You are in my prayers

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  • sheikh ziyad, Qatar

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    God bless u dear sister.... This Christmas will bring you more joy and speedy recover ..be Strong ..we are always there for you sister

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  • ray, mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Praise the lord ......Thank you Jesus...God bless on each one of you who helped and prayed for Jeshma !!!

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  • Praveen Lobo, Bangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    We did it. God bless us

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  • Sangram Sangam, Kundapur

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    God bless you.
    Great work by Daijiworld

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  • ray, mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Praise the lord...Get well soon!!!

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  • James, Belman

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    God bless daijiworld and all those who supported and prayed for the recovery of Jeshma.

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  • Andrew L D Cunha, Bejai

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Great news. True spirit of Daiji community. Daijiness. I wish speedy recovery to Jesma

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Another Daijiworld miracle. God bless them all.

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  • judith lewis, Mumbai

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Awesome news, Daijiworld rocks. Thanks to all generous donors.
    A request to daijiworld the others who are in charity column pls also add their appeal in homepage one after the other, so that everyone gets aid...God bless

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  • Priya, surathkal

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    PRAISE THE LORD
    Get well soon Jeshma, my Prayers and good wishes are always there for You.
    Special thanks to all the Daijiworld team members .

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Get Well Soon ...

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  • Ferns, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 12 2019

    Get well soon girl..... God bless you...

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