It was then the stark disparity between the haves and have-nots struck her and how it devastates a family when they cannot give their child medical support.
And thus was born Solace.Launched in 2007, Solace works to help out the families struggling to treat their wards who are terminally ill.
“When a child in the family gets ill, it cripples the whole family.
After returning home post the treatment of her daughter, Sheeba worked in pain and palliative care to know more before launching Solace.
Just two months into doing their groundwork in the capital, as many as 72 families have approached the Thiruvananthapuram chapter of Solace.
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