to recent studies, around five hundred thousand people in India currently
suffer from kidney failure. Several thousand patients are being added to
this figure every year. Of these only around 10,000 patients get some kind
of treatment, which means majority cases go untreated. Lack of treatment
leads to the death of around one hundred thousand patients every year due to
The major bottlenecks in the field of kidney failure treatment were poor
quality of dialysis, lack of infrastruture, low awareness level and absence
of financial support. Therefore, KKMA has taken this humble initiative to
set up various Kidney Dialysis Centers in India with an objective to attend
to the well-being of needy people stricken with end-stage kidney disease and
to provide them with heavily subsidized haemodialysis treatment.
view of expensive dialysis treatment not commonly affordable to lower income
folks, Kuwait Kerala Muslim Association has taken an initiative to establish
a number of highly subsidized and affordable dialysis treatment centre in
Kerala State of India.
This is a charitable initiative of KKMA aiming to help kidney failure
patients from the lower income group to seek dialysis treatment at the
lowest cost but at the most convenient location.