"Members of Rotary club of Bangalore Midtown and The Rotary club of Howard West appeal to all world citizens to participate in this cause to improve the mental health of our women and children in low income countries. We are herewith invite Business Enterprises, Government Agencies, NGOs, Educational Institutions, Hospitals and Individuals citizens to come forward and partner with us in this noble cause and help scale this project to next level"
Members of Rotary club of Bangalore Midtown, Bangalore along with Rotary Howard West appeal to the world community to participate in this cause to improve the mental health of our women and children in the developing world. This would greatly help fulfill the need of villagers who are deprived of quality mental health care.
“Project Maanasi” is a very successful platform and a mission that is complementing the efforts of “National Mental Health Program “of Government of India, and is also recognized by the “World Health Organization” as one of the models for providing effective mental health care in developing nations. We are herewith inviting Individual contributors, Business Enterprises, Government Agencies, NGOs, Educational Institutions, Hospitals and world citizens to come forward and participate and partner with us in this noble cause and help scale this project to next level.
All partners would be given adequate options for publicity of their efforts at “Project Maanasi” both nationally and internationally. The “Project Maanasi” platform can also be used by partners to enable their employees to participate for their community services and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) related activities.
Based on the above, we are seeking following options for Partnership, Sponsorship, Contributions and Donations:
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The “Maanasi Model” has been recognised by the World Health Organisation (W.H.O) as one of the models for providing effective mental health care in developing nations. Let's adopt this in our community , society and villages and help millions of of our needy patients.
- Ramesh Bulchandani
The humanitarian work of Rotary consists of three Cs:
- Dr. Geetha Jayaram