Jurisdiction : India
Date of Donation : 07/04/2023 - 18/08/2023
Amount Donated : Euro 700,000.00

Adhar is a not-for-profit organisation- a Lifetime Home for specially abled adults –with intellectual disabilities.


Adhar was founded in 1990 by the visionary practitioner sociologist Mr Madhavrao Gore, with support from Parents of Intellectually Disabled Adults. Adhar‟s vision was to reach out to parents of intellectually disabled adults and provide a life-time home for their special children.

Remarkably, Mr Gore, the Founder, did not have anyone in his family in the intellectually disabled category. Yet, sheer empathy for this cause drove him to set up Adhar despite being over 65.

It took about 4 years for Adhar to be commissioned and receive its first batch of residents on January 17, 1994. Adhar is thus now completed 29 years of successfully fulfilling its mission to address the daily care requirements of Intellectually Disabled Adults and to work towards the protection, development and enrichment of their lives.

Adhar is a pioneer- amongst the first in India to start a Lifetime Home for the Intellectually Disabled. In 29 years, it has grown to be one of the largest In the Country & perhaps in the World.

Sri Satya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital

Jurisdiction : India
Date of Donation : 03/12/2021
Amount Donated : USD 6,800.00

Established in May 1970, the Sri Sathya Sai Health and Education Trust is a Public Charitable Trust, under Section 12 A of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Since inception, it has founded and run nationally renowned Healthcare Institutions across the country providing Totally Free of Cost services to all, irrespective of caste, religion, nationality or financial status.

The trust commenced its services with Sri Sathya Sai General Hospital in Whitefield in rural Karnataka, serving over two million outpatients, conducting over twenty thousand surgeries in all general specialties from over thousand villages.

Its vision is To serve the cause of 'Right to Healthy Childhood' through creation of a holistic eco system resulting in reducing the global congenital heart disease burden.

Its on a MISSION TO:

  1. To endeavor to serve in greater measure the national burden of child ill health, Totally Free of Cost and to become institutions of Pediatric Cardiac Excellence for India and several developing countries
  2. To develop skilled and compassionate medical, nursing and allied health care providers trained to collectively address the burden of congenital heart disease.
  3. To advocate the Right to Healthy Childhood by bringing sharper focus in the area of child heart care, enabled by research and technology solutions that inform all stakeholders in the health care spectrum of preventive curative, educative care.

Donation to Sri Satya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital (India)

We at ADIT have donated INR 506,840 to the above-mentioned Hospital from India. This Hospital is primarily in the field of Child heart care.
It provides free pediatric treatment to underprivileged children in India.


Enn Rev Enn Sourir (ERES)

Jurisdiction : Mauritius
Date of Donation : 01/12/2021
Amount Donated : USD 25,000.00

Enn Rev Enn Sourir, a registered association (Reg No 15006) which exists since 25 Dec 2016. It helps children to access critical pediatric healthcare. It believes children are innocent and do not deserve to suffer. With a modern strategy to collect funds, Enn Rev Enn Sourir aspire to give all children their rights to quality treatment when it comes to life saving procedures.

ERES is on a mission to make sure that all children have their chance to the best treatment possible and that their financial background don’t become a barrier to save their life.

ERES wants to stop the begging system for a child health care and break down all barriers of money when it comes to save/heal a child. ERES has develop several projects, some are already operational and some on development so that ERES can support this noble mission correctly.


  1. Pediatric Health Care
  2. Children Parental Supervision
  3. Medical Follow Up


Mauritian Wildlife Foundation (MWF)

Jurisdiction : Mauritius
Date of Donation : 25/10/2021
Amount Donated : USD 41,475.00


(MWF) is the largest non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Mauritius to be exclusively concerned with the conservation and preservation of the nation's endangered plant and animal species.

The Mauritius Kestrel Falco punctatus is unique to Mauritius and is one of the nine endemic bird species still left on the island. The species was saved with an increase from just four birds in 1974, to a peak of about 600 individuals in the 1990s although has declined in recent years to about 300 birds.

Due to the degradation of the Mauritian native forests, the kestrels are now found only in patches of forest within the eastern, western and south western parts of the island - where they continue to face the effects of habitat degradation, predators and competitors. The eastern subpopulation has been monitored constantly since the re-introduction of birds from 1988 to 1993 and has been healthy and stable for the past decade.

The western subpopulation has suffered a decline to less than 120 birds. MWF resumed working on the Western population in 2007. MWF have identified the management actions and resources that will allow us to reverse the downward trend in numbers and secure the population. They are as follows:

  1. Hand rearing of eggs and chicks harvested from the wild and reinforcement releases
  2. Extend and maintain nest box network
  3. Develop a superior nest box design and deploy in the field
  4. Full team of trained & equipped field staff
  5. New vehicles for total independence
  6. Specialist advice and support

Project objectives

Increase the population of the Mauritius Kestrel in the West of Mauritius, in and around the Black River Gorges National Park and to provide them with a network of safe nesting-sites. This work to be backed up with sound science and data collection which will enable MWF to evaluate the impact of the work.

Proposal was given to government to declare the Mauritius Kestrel as the National Bird of the Republic of Mauritius.

Its with great pleasure we declare the below:

Cabinet has agreed to the Mauritius Kestrel ( Falco punctatus ) being declared as the National Bird of the Republic of Mauritius. The Mauritius Kestrel is an endemic species unique to Mauritius. In the early 1980s, the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, in collaboration with the Government and international conservation organisations, took up the challenge to rescue the Kestrels from extinction. The current wild population of Kestrels stands at 350 individuals. The rescue of the Mauritius Kestrel is one of the greatest conservation success stories not only in Mauritius but also in the world. The Mauritius Kestrel would be declared 'the National Bird of Mauritius' on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the accession of Mauritius to the status of Republic in March 2022.

We have committed €72k per annum for next 5 years for this KESTREL Project & we are glad to know that it has been declared as National Bird of Mauritius.
Out of 72k we at ADIT have paid tranche of €42k to MWF to safeguard the existence of Kestrel.


Muse India

Jurisdiction : India
Date of Donation : 30/09/2021
Amount Donated : USD 27,000.00

Oral health is essential to general health and well-being at every stage of life. A healthy mouth enables not only nutrition of the physical body, but also enhances social interaction and promotes self-esteem and feelings of wellbeing. The mouth serves as a 'window' to the rest of the body, providing signals of general health disorders. Oral conditions have an impact on overall health and disease. Bacteria from the mouth can cause infection in other parts of the body when the immune system has been compromised by disease or medical treatment.

Spiti Valley is a stunning high-altitude cold desert nestled deep in the Trans-Himalayas in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Spiti is very remote and life in this paradise comes with a catch. At average altitudes of 12,500 ft the landscape here is arid and the vegetation is scarce. A 6-month cold winter with temperatures dipping to below -30°C, leaves the inhabitants with an extremely short working season in which to earn the year’s livelihood. This is further accentuated as livelihood options are very limited here and even basic needs like food, water, electricity, and healthcare are difficult to access for the 13,000+ people that inhabit this valley. More so in the winter months when everything freezes over and snowfall disrupts roads and power lines.

The survey and clinical exam data identified important issues related to the oral health of this remote population including limited access to care, urgency of care and treatment, deficits in home oral hygiene, deficiency in preventive measures such as sealants for children, and a lack of oral health education. While self-reporting or health status reflected clinical exam findings, an understanding of the disease progression process was limited. Educational interventions highlighting oral hygiene and dietary practices would be an important element of health promotion efforts in this population.

The Oral Health Care Program aims to provide sustainable and reliable Dental Care in Spiti, with the help of an experienced and qualified full time Dentists passionate about community service along with expert Dental Professionals from around the globe. The objective is to improve the overall Oral Health and Hygiene in the Valley by providing Oral Health Education and Dental Care Services/Treatments like sealants, dentures, artificial teeth, root canal treatment, capping impaction/impacted tooth extraction, tooth extraction, fillings, tooth reshaping, dental brace fixing and oral hygiene. This program will bring Oral Health Care to the people living in these remote places who have no access to Oral care in their villages by outreach in the first year through the Portable Mobile Dental Units. The aim is also to provide education on Oral Health Care and Dental Care Services based on needs in order to improve the overall dental health of the community.

MUSE approached ADIT FOUNDATION with above proposal & AF is GLAD to support MUSE for the same.

Rotary Club of Phoenix

Jurisdiction : Mauritius
Date of Donation : 22/09/2021
Amount Donated : USD 10,000.00
  1. Squint Project – Phase II: Rotary Club of Phoenix would like to purchase and donate one Portable Retinal Camera to the Subramania Bharati Eye Hospital. Flying down of team of doctors, squint specialists, to fast-track the backlog of consultations and surgeries
  2. Christmas with Lois Lagesse Trust Fund (Kids): Christmas will be celebrated with a group of children in order to bring some joy and excitement in their lives
  3. Poliomyelitis (Polio) Day with Physically Handicapped Welfare Association (PHWA): Rotary Club of Phoenix will donate seven wheelchairs, arrange for a lunch and spend time with the disabled persons of PHWA on the Polio Day.
  4. Mother’s Day at Passerelle: Mother’s Day will be celebrated with a group of mothers and their children who are in shelters
© 2022 Adit Foundation
Site created by Webs800