Indian Head Injury Foundation

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Founded in February 2007 by His Highness Maharaja Gaj Singh of Jodhpur, the Indian Head Injury Foundation was the outcome of a father’s concern for his injured son. After Maharaja Gaj Singh’s son Yuvraj Shivraj Singh suffered a serious head injury during a polo match, the family was subject to countless medical procedures, numerous remedial opinions and many tough decisions. 

Seeing the state of India’s social and medical response to head injury accidents and brain trauma, the Maharaja started on a mission to build a comprehensive system for the head injury prevention through the education of road users, diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain and spinal injury, and to provide physical and neurological rehabilitation to the victims of such unfortunate incidents. 

IHIF cater for the under-privileged sections of India's society after suffering life-changing injuries to the brain. They have rehabilitation centres in Jodhpur, Delhi ad more recently in Patna. 

Grants Awarded to IHIF by One Kind Act   

4 April 2020: A continuing grant of £21,480 was made to continue providing quality care to the underprivileged users of the Neuro Rehab Centre in Patna at almost no cost to them.

21 June 2019: A grant of £905 was made that was raised at a coffee morning held on 1st May (see EVENTS page for details) to purchase a much-needed multi-activities work station for upper extremities exercise.      

7th February 2019: A further grant of just under £24,000 has been awarded towards the civil works, building, furniture and fittings of a new Rehab Centre in Patna. It also includes the cost of essential new Rehab equipment; a Paediatric Walker, a Tilt Table and a Functional Electronic Stimulation Machine. The work in Patna is in full swing. OKA are HUGELY proud of the fact that the new Rehab Centre in Patna will be entitled with SUPPORTED BY ONE KIND ACT.IHIF hope to complete the project and perform the inauguration in June 2019 to which OKA have been invited. 

5th March 2018: A grant of £26,000 was made for the treatment and rehabilitation of up to 30 trauma victims in rehabilitation centres in Jodhpur and Delhi, India together with the provision of up to 50 active wheelchairs to those in need.

About One Kind Act

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