History of MFJCF
MFJCF was founded on 19th October 2013 in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Taking the initiative in Rajasthan , Jaipur Citizen Forum in collaboration with MOHAN Foundation, the pioneer in Organ Donation In India, started the noble cause of Organ Donation in Rajasthan.
JCF – parent organisation of MFJCF brought the idea of Organ Donation to Rajasthan by organizing a talk by Sunil Shroff (Managing Trustee of MOHAN Foundation, Chennai) on 19th October 2013. This day is recognized as the inception of MFJCF(Mohan Foundation Jaipur Citizen Forum)in Rajasthan.
Taking the cause forward Jaipur Citizen Forum in collaboration with MOHAN Foundation, the pioneer in Organ Donation in India, also held a Workshop on Organ Donation on May 14, 2014 at Library Seminar Hall, SMS Medical College in which Honourable Health Minister Shri Rajendra Singh Rathore was the Chief Guest.
The day long Workshop was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Shri Rajendra Rathore, Minister of Health, Government of Rajasthan. Rajendra Rathore ji welcomed the guests to Rajasthan and lauded JCF on its initiative to provide the ‘gift of life’ to the people of Rajasthan. He promised full support of the government for this noble cause.
Dr. Subodh Agarwal, Secretary, Medical Education and Mr. Deepak Upreti, Secretary Medical Health were the guests of honours. Dr. Subodh Agarwal reiterated that all the medical colleges and institutes would take forward the work and sensitize its doctors and staff for this cause. Mr. Deepak Upreti committed that no stone would be left unturned to set up the infrastructure and other details needed for Organ Donation in Rajasthan.
Mr.Rajiv Arora , President of JCF welcomed all the dignitaries and guests and conveyed his gratitude to the Minister and Department of Health for all their support. He explained the need for Organ Donation and appealed to all the eminent doctors and specialists to support the cause. He requested the private hospitals and their representatives to come forward and carry the message of Organ Donation to one and all. All the invited participants, Doctors and others were highly motivated by the end of the workshop and promised to carry the work forward in Rajasthan. They pledged to work above petty selfish reasons and only for the cause. Bhavna Jagwani, Convenor of MFJCF said that it’s a dream project and God has been kind that good people have joined and taken forward the cause. Dr. Shroff also reiterated the thought that Organ donation is a most noble cause and everybody would come forward to support.
Transplantation of human organs from one human being to another is undoubtedly one of the greatest medical breakthroughs of this century one that has transformed tens of thousands of lives. It is unfortunate, however, that few Indian patients in need are able to benefit from this medical advancement.
It has been estimated that 200,000 people in India are annually diagnosed with organ failure needing transplantation as part of a life-saving measures. A majority of these patients are young where their only hope to a life is by the opportunity of having a transplant of their organ in failure.
To give gift of life through deceased organ donation to anyone in need, anywhere.
To establish Deceased Organ Donation Program in Rajasthan in next three years by enabling all the agencies involved-Government, Hospitals-Private and Public People, and to ensure smooth and trouble-free operation of the program for the benefit of the public.
Samajsevika Award from Honourable Chief Minister of the State Mrs. Vasundhara Raje on August 15, 2015 at the State Independence Day Function at Kota.
Devi Ji Maharani Padmavati Devi on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Late Brig. H.H Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh Ji on 23rd of Oct, 2015.
MFJCF team was felicitated with certificate and momento by the Chief Guest Shri J.P Nadda Ji Hon’ble Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India on 27th November 2015 at Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi.
Mrs. Vasundhara Raje, honourable Chief Minister, Rajasthan awarded to Mrs. Bhavna Jagwani for excellent work in the field of Cadever Organ Donation.
“Sanskriti Yuva Sansthan” 18th December 2016 for her excellent work in Organ Donation in Rajasthan.
SMS hospital won the Emerging Hospital Award and Jaipur as Emerging City in the field of Organ Donation at 7th Organ Donation Day Programme held by NOTTO at Delhi.
These wonderful people make it all possible
Managing Trustee, Mohan Foundation