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Rotary Club of Colombo Fort - District 3220 to set up a Human Heart Valve Bank at LRH

Rotary District 3220 is now looking at three key projects undertaken by various clubs this year and the main project is the Human Heart Valve Tissue Bank worth more than USS 300,000, which will set up at the Lady Ridgeway Hospital (LRH), its District Governor Sn Lankan and Maldives Gowri Rajan said. Read More»

Decisions to establish Sri Lanka's first Heart Valve bank in Lady Ridgeway Children's Hospital within 6 months.

Decisions to establish Sri Lanka's first Heart Valve bank in Lady Ridgeway Children's Hospital within 6 months. Read More»

Cabinet Approval for the Human Heart Valve Bank funded by the Rotary.

This project was initiated by the Rotary Club of Colombo Fort and has become a major project for Rotary District 3220 Sri- Lanka and Maldives. The project was partnered with LRH, Children?s Heart Project of Sri Lanka & Health Ministry. Read More»

Rotary Club mulls Tissue Bank for US$ 300,000

Rotary District 3220 is now looking at three key projects undertaken by various clubs this year and the main project is the Human Heart Valve Tissue Bank worth of US$ 300,000, which will set up at the Lady Ridgeway Hospital (LRH), its District Governor Sri Lankan and Maldives Gowri Rajan told the Daily News Business. Read More»

Rotary to pursue a Public-Private Partnership working agenda in Sri Lanka

Human Heart Valve Tissue Bank: We hope to set up the first ever Human Heart Valve Bank at the Lady Ridgeway Hospital (LRH) which will cost over $ 300,000. LRH is the largest children’s hospital in the country and largest in the south Asian region. Children from North, South, East and West are all treated here for serious illness. The hospital administration approached Rotary through Rotary Colombo Fort to establish a Human Heart Valve Bank for the children affected with congenital heart disease. Every year 3000 children are born with life threatening heart conditions needing urgent medical intervention and most of them need valves. Read More»

'Mending Little Hearts Project' promotion at the Rotary International Convention in Sydney

Our club was at the Rotary International Convention in Sydney from 1 – 4 June 2014 to promote and showcase our ‘Mending Little Hearts Project’. We appreciate all the assistance given to us by a true Rotarian with a heart, Rtn. Read more with regards to wheel of fortune. Bala from the Rotary Club of […] Read More»