• Kindred Kidneys

    Helping the under privileged kidney patients by financially aiding them to have free dialysis treatment.

  • Kindred Kidneys

    Raising awareness about Chronic Kidney Disease as Chronic Kidney Disease has threatened hundreds of Sri Lankan and the number of deaths daily due to Chronic Kidney Disease is drastically increased during the last few years

  • Kindred Kidneys

    An effort to support students of the families suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease in Sri Lanka by awarding scholarships to students on a monthly basis till the completion of their secondary education

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    About KIndred kidneys

    Kindred Kidneys is a project, initiated by the Rotaract Club of Alumni of University of Moratuwa in the year 2019.The main objectives of this project are to increase awareness regarding Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and helping the innocent people who suffered from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). As Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) has threatened hundreds of Sri Lankans. Project impact is also mainly on helping the under privileged kidney patients by financially aiding them to have free dialysis treatment and raise awareness about Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).

    The initial step was and awareness session to the general public on Kidney health, how to identify the disease at an early stage, symptoms and risk factors. We aimed to raise awareness that kidney ailments can be prevented and also to motivate the readers to be kidney donors for the needy.

    The project was also launched in Egypt, Bolivia and Mexico, helping out Kidney patients in each country by conducting awareness sessions and donating equipment for hospitals which are necessary for dialysis treatments. These projects are conducted by Rotaract Club of Alexandria Sporting, Egypt (District 2451), Rotaract Club de Kairos Xapala, México (District 4185) and Rotaract Santa Cruz D-4690, Bolivia (Distrito 4690).

    The club has partnered up with Samastha Lanka Kidney patients’ association to help the registered underprivileged patients in the association by raising funds monthly for their dialysis treatments.

    Kindred Kidneys works closely with the Samastha Lanka Kidney Patients Association (SLKPA) which is a non-profit association which is established for the welfare of kidney patients in Sri Lanka. The association is led by senior medical consultants in the field and other professionals who offer guidance to our project team in order to execute this project in a sustainable and effective manner.

    Roraract Alumni Mora, marks its next footprints in extending the helping hand to Daluggala M.V. in facilitating the school’s sanitary requirements with a complete washroom built. 


    “Kindred Kidneys ශිෂ්‍යාධාර”, a sub-project under the signature project “Kindred Kidneys” organized by Rotaract Alumni Mora, is an effort to support students of the families suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease in Sri Lanka. The project intends to award scholarships to 4 students on a monthly basis till the completion of their secondary education.

    Projects

    The “Wakugaduwa” Newspaper Selling

    Rotaract Alumni Mora collaborated with the Samastha Lanka Kidney Patients Association (SLKPA) by raising funds to provide free dialysis treatments for the under-privileged patients. We supported them by selling “Wakugaduwa” Newspaper, the first Sri Lankan newspaper related to Kidney Health, at Keleni Rajamaha Viharaya. The “Wakugaduwa” Newspaper basically contains the treatments for prevention of Chronic Kidney Diseases, experience sharing of Dr. Sanjaya Heiyanthuduwa regarding the prevention of kidney diseases in Sri Lanka and the services for the underprivileged kidney patients.

    Suwa Sawi

    Project “සුව සවි – Suwa Savi” was initiated to provide the Samastha Lanka Kidney Patients Association (SLKPA) with sanitation liquid and face masks to be distributed at nephrology clinics as precautionary methods to prevent the spread of the prevailing COVID – 19 pandemic. 5L of hand sanitiser liquid, 10L of disinfectant and 200 face masks were donated with the objective of celebrating World Kidney Day 2021 which was on the 11th of March with the partnership of Eco Life Pvt. Ltd.

    Kindred Kidneys 2022

    Roraract Alumni Mora, marks its next footprints in extending the helping hand to Daluggala M.V. in facilitating the school's sanitary requirements with a complete washroom built. Also the project aims to help the patients suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), by funding the SLKPA (Samastha Lanka Kidney Patients Association) for their Dialysis treatments.

    Donation of portable Reverse Osmosis (RO) filter

    A portable Reverse Osmosis (RO) filter was donated to the Medical Officer of Health (MOH) office in Padaviya, Sri Lanka. The portable RO filter donated will be used to provide clean and safe potable water for patients attending regular nephrology clinics in the Padaviya area.





    Kindred Kidneys ශිෂ්‍යාධාර

    "Kindred Kidneys ශිෂ්‍යාධාර", a sub-project under the signature project "Kindred Kidneys" organized by Rotaract Alumni Mora, is an effort to support students of the families suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease in Sri Lanka. The project intends to award scholarships to 4 students on a monthly basis till the completion of their secondary education.

    APPREciations

    Receival of the "Gold award for Most Outstanding Community Service Initiative (Disease Prevention and Treatment " for our signature project 'Kindred Kidneys' at the 30th Rotaract District Assembly 2020
    Rotaract Club of Alumni of University of Moratuwa was appreciated for the volunteering commitment to help the Kidney patients in Sri Lanka at the "Annual Social Welfare Function" organized by Samastha Lanka Kidney Patient's Association on the 02nd of December 2019 in New Townhall Auditorium. Thank you all who have supported this worthy cause. ​