Awareness Session on Organ Donation at Taloja Police Station, Navi Mumbai

Updated on Wednesday, May 22, 2019
  • On 4th May 2019, MOHAN Foundation Mumbai was invited by Mr. Raju Adangle (PI) for an Organ Donation Awareness talk & role of police in the Organ Donation Process.

    Mrs. Jigisha Yadav has introduced about MOHAN Foundation and its missions and objectives. Mrs. Jigisha Yadav asked police officials present during the session that what comes in your mind when they think about organ donation. The responses were mixed positive as well as negative.

    Then she explained the concept of organ donation in depth. She also discussed types of death viz. Brain Death & Cardiac Death & also the types of organs and tissues that can be donated after cardiac death as well as after brain death, the concept of brain death. She also explained the difference between Brain Death and Coma. Various myths and facts about organ donation were discussed. Also Information about organ allocation, and distribution were also shared. Toll Free Number of MOHAN Foundation was introduced.

    Mrs. Jigisha Yadav also elaborated the legal aspects, the actual role of police when MLC Brain death case comes. We ask them to understand and check Form 8 and Form 10 when hospital request letter comes. She told them as those organs have less time so approval should be made as early as they can and Donor Family should not wait for the NOC from other police station.

    Around 25 people attended the Awareness session. Some queries were asked & Mrs. Jigisha Yadav solved their queries. But still the Police had the doubt that why police should give NOC for organ donation. So,she briefly explained them about protocols police have to follow.

    We gratefully thank Mr.Raju Adangle (PI) for inviting us and giving us opportunity for supporting the cause of Organ Donation, and also Mr. Ladange (senior PI) for supporting the cause.

    Source-Mrs. Jigisha Yadav
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