‘Hippocratic’ wins the 2017 Accolade Global Film Competition Humanitarian Award – Award of Distinction
Congratulations to the wonderful people at Moonshine Agency for creating this beautiful, important and powerful masterpiece! This well-made movie about palliative care in India, through the eyes of Dr M. R. Rajagopal, has already won several accolades internationally.
Here’s to many more awards and recognition for your amazing work and dedication to affecting global social change!
Hippocratic: 18 Experiments in gently shaking the world is coming to USA / Canada. Click here to attend a screening near you.
Students of Mar Baselios College of Engineering, Trivandrum, in association with Pallium India, organized a Wall Art program in Trivandrum on Saturday, February 17. With the help of artists, they painted beautiful images on the wall of Sri Moolam Club, Vazhuthacaud, illustrating the importance of palliative care. The paintings grabbed the attention of passers-by, and many stopped to watch the artists at work.
The program was inaugurated at 9 a.m. by the Mayor of Thiruvananthapuram, Adv. V.K. Prasanth.
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DeCARE is a technical initiative launched by National Service Scheme of College of Engineering, Trivandrum (CET) in association with Engineers’ Crew for Society and Environment (ENCRESE) and Pallium India. DeCARE aims to identify several requirements of differently-abled people and try to fulfil those needs with the help of technology.
Pallium India’s staff and volunteers organized a food festival in Ernst & Young, Kinfra Park, Trivandrum on Feb 9, 2018, to raise funds for Kuttikoottam summer camp (summer camp for children of our patients).
Pallium India provides financial support towards the education of our patients’ children. Read more about Kuttikkoottam, our program that currently supports over 300 children, and how you can help: http://palliumindia.org/2017/06/childrens-education-program-you-can-help/
The two day annual event on 3, 4 February 2018 was a grand success. You can see how full the hall was. The whole town emerged in the afternoon to take out a procession leading to the venue.
There were a lot of novelties. A basket of freshly cut organic vegetables replaced the traditional bouquet of flowers.
Two ministers – Dr Thomas Isac and Shri Thilothaman – stayed for several hours. The power of the community was made visible. Congratulations to the organisers at Muhamma and to Narayanan Puthukkudy, the general secretary of IAPC, Kerala.