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  • Sense India supports children and adults with deafblindness and multiple disabilities and their families. Children and adults with deafblindness and multiple disabilities that Sense India works with are from extremely poor families and are highly vulnerable in this pandemic due to malnourishment.

    In this lockdown families with members with deafblindness and multiple disabilities are finding it hard to make ends meet with their meager savings and lost incomes. Sense India intends to support these families by distributing Ration Kits.

    The Kits that we will provide will have items of daily hygiene and nutritional needs to keep them healthy and safe in this pandemic. Each kit will have supplies to last a month and costs USD 20 and EURO 18.

    The description of items included in each kit is as given in the following table.

    Ration Kit Item & Quantity

    1. Wheat - 10 Kg
    2. Rice - 10 Kg
    3. Oil 2 - Litre
    4. Tuvar Dal - 1 Kg
    5. Mixed Spices - 250 gm
    6. Sugar - 1 Kg
    7. Tea - 250 gm.
    8. Salt - 1 Kg
    9. Hand Sanitizer - 200 ml
    10. Mask - 5 Nos.

    1. To each family Sense India aims to provide the kits for a period of three months, with one kit provided per month.We need your contribution to make these Ration Kits accessible to them. Your donation will ensure that they are taken care of.

      So instead of stepping out in a lockdown, step up.

      Your donation is eligible to receive a 50% tax exemption u/s 80G of Income Tax Act 1961

      For More Information :http://www.senseintindia.org/

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    About Us


    Deafblindness

    A unique disability, causing extreme challengesSense International India (also known as Sense India) is the first and only national level organisation supporting needs-based services which enable children and adults with deafblindness to overcome the challenges caused by deafblindness.

    About 95% of what we learn is through our eyes and ears. Imagine what it is like to be deafblind! Deafblindness is mainly caused in India through Rubella (German measles) which combines varying degrees of both hearing and visual impairment. All individuals with deafblindness experience extreme challenges with communication and mobility; they also have additional physical and medical conditions to overcome as well. People with deafblindness also invariably face severe neglect and discrimination owing to their inability to communicate and relate to the world. They are thus denied the basic human emotions of love and care and rights of education, medical care amongst other needs that are taken for granted by most of us.

    Sense India works nation-wide.

    It is estimated that there are about 500,000 people with deafblindness in India. Prior to establishment of Sense India, in 1997, only about 25 children with deafblindness received support in Mumbai but today we have been instrumental in bringing hope in the lives of more than 78,000 people with deafblindness.

    We combine individual, corporate, institutional and government support to work with a growing network of partner organisations. Our partners provide a wide range of services to identify deafblindness. We also create opportunities for children and young adults through home-based and centre based services to learn communication and daily-living skills and receive basic education and acquire income generating skills which lead to family-based productive activities and independent living..

    Sense India enjoys Special Consultative Status with UN Economic and Social Council (2017).

    Recognitions

    • Top-Ranked Organization

      Global Giving 2019
    • GuideStar

      GuideStar
    • Effective Organization

      Global Giving 2019
    • 2019 Top-Rated

      Organiation in Non-Profit