Efforts of the Trust have been lauded by many. For further reading refer following publications:
DREAM Trust :" Madhumehincha Aadhar "
DREAM Trust is a hope for many poor diabetics."Madhumehincha Aadhar" ( Support group for poor diabetics) Language:Marathi ; published in daily "Sakal" Pune, India , issue of Sat 6th September 1997
Where are all the girls with diabetes ?
Dr.Sharad Pendsey is a dedicated physician based in Nagpur, India. He cares for people with diabetes at the Diabetes Clinic and Research Centre in Nagpur and runs the DREAM Trust, a charitable organisation set to help economically disadvantaged children with diabetes, particularly girls and women. "Where are all the girls with diabetes ?" Language: English . Published In
BALANCE Nov., Dec 1998 Page 34, 35.Publication Of British Diabetic Association and Diabetes voice : August 1998 publication of International Diabetic Federation.
"Sweet Name and Bitter Effects":
DREAM Trust is certain to make its dreamcome true."Sweet Name and Bitter Effects": Language Marathi, published in daily Lokmat, Nagpur,India in the issue of Monday July 7 1997.
Diabetic Mary visits land of hope and dreams
More than 60 children are sponsored by friends of the DREAM Trust from around the world and othe 30 children are on the waiting list."Diabetic Mary visits land of hope and dreams" , Biggleswade Chronicle (UK) issue of Friday 12th January 2001. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Passage to India where dreams can come true": Dr.Pendsey and his wife have started DREAM Trust after experiencing shocking cases of girls dying after parents, purely for economic reasons, had deliberately stopped insulin injections. "Passage to India where dreams can come true": Language: English, published in Biggleswade Chronicle (UK) issue of Friday October 6th 2000.
"Diabetische Kinder in Indien" The DREAM Trust has sponsored several children with diabetes; more sponsors should come forward from the developed world to help these children. "Diabetische Kinder in Indien" Language: German , published in Diabetes News 11/200. Publication of Der Universitats Kinderklinik, Graz, Austria.
"Kinder Mit Diabetes in Indien"
The DREAM Trust has sponsored several children with diabetes; more sponsors should come forward from the developed world to help these children. The sponsorship involves expenditure of just 1 dollar per day. "Kinder Mit Diabetes in Indien" Language : German, published in "Mein Leben" an official magazine Osterreichischen Diabetikervereinigung, issue of 3/1999.
"Encounters" DREAM Trust at Nagpur deserves compliments for arranging two type 1 diabetics to get married."Encounters" published in Prerna. Language :English , quarterly newsletter from Novocare; vol.1 Issue 9 March 2000 (Novo Nordisk Diabetes Services)
"Kinder Mit Diabetes in Indien"
In India there is discrimination against girls,more so when they are diseased. DREAM Trust in Nagpur, India is doing its best to help these underprivileged girls with diabetes. "Kinder Mit Diabetes in Indien" Language German, published in
"D Journal" April/ May 2000, publication of Swiss Diabetes Society.
"Kinder Mit Diabetes in Indien" Dr.Pendsey and his dedicated team of DREAM Trust are doing a great service for the welfare of poor diabetic children."Kinder Mit Diabetes in Indien" Language:German, published in "Diabetes Aktuell", from Diabetes forum Austria issue of 01/2000.
"Where have all the girls gone ?" Given the prevailing socio-economic conditions in India , having a child with diabetes is a stigma and an overwhelming economic burden for the family. We must support children with diabetes and eradicate misconceptions. The Trust faces an uphill struggle. "Where have all the girls gone ?"Language: English, published in November/ December 1998 issue of "Balance" , the official magazine of British Diabetic Association. Abstract no. P1595 "IDF Congress", Mexico 2000
Title : Effect of Adoption of Poor Diabetic Children on the Health Outcome Measures: An Experience from India
"IDF Congress", Mexico 2000.
Adopting poor children, especially girls, to provide free insulin and healthcare, reduce morbidity, mortality and improve physical growth and nutritional status.
Mit Typ- 1- Diabetes unterweg Reise-impressionen by Kirstin Kloss, Hamburg in Diabetes Journal 3/2011
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