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Childrens' Day: 14th November :

Children living in countries such as India account for 80% of the world's population of children and when these children are diagnosed with cancer, they are currently denied the right to hope for a cure. They struggle under a double burden of their disease and poverty. Cancer Patients Aid Association recognizes this double burden and has initiated several steps to help children and parents to cope with it.       >> Know more about childhood cancer

Apart from the medical and financial care, CPAA takes special efforts to give these children emotional support too. Various entertainment programs are organised for the childhood cancer patients are from time to time...Childrens' Day being one of them.


Children's Day 2008:

On the 13th of November, childhood cancer patients were taken to Bowling Company, Phoenix Mills for a fun filled afternoon at the bowling alley, playing on video games, snacks and gifts and interacting with Dia Mirza, Shiney Ahuja and Akriti Kakkar.                                                              >> More Pictures

On the 14th, patients participated with children of MIG Club members in a colouring competition on the harms of tobacco. The judges Aditi Dandekar from Camlin and renowned artists Brinda Chudasama Miller and Subhash Awchat, had a hard time deciding who should get prizes. Diana Hayden, fresh out of the Big Boss House distributed the prizes including one to a patient.

Another Childrens Day programme was organised on the 17th November at the SBI headquarters. A variety programme including a magic show was part of the fun. Mrs. Jyoti Bhatt, President SBI ladies Club and other members gave out gifts.

As a part of Community Day, Citibank organised an evening full of entertainment and fun for children affected with cancer at the CPAA. It started off with a dance with the kids which was led by a specially trained movement therapist, Dilshad Patel, who has earlier worked with kids with special needs. The children truly had great time and showed wonderful talent in dancing .This was followed by a juggling and a magic show. The occasion was graced by senior executives of Citibank, including their CEO, Sanjay Nayar.

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