Live to Heal a Life

For a longh time it seemed to me that life was about to begin - real life. But there were always some obstacles in the way, sometime to be gotten through first, some unfinished business, time still to be served, a debt to be paid. At last it dawned on me that these obstacles were my life.

Surgeries and Healing

There is a light in this world, a healing spirit more powerful than any darkness we may encounter. We sometimes lose sight of this force when there is suffering, too much pain. Then suddenly, the spirit will emerge through the lives of ordinary people who hear a call and answer in extraordinary ways - Mother Teresa

Donate Skin - Save Life

Atijeevan relentlessly works towrads creating awareness among public to come out and register for skin donation.


Struggle is proof that you haven't been conquered, that you refuse to surrender, that victory is still possible, and that you're growing - Jon Walden

Workshops and Skill Training

Its not enough to heal the suffering. A means of sustainance need to be found for complete rehablitation.

Burns Camp

Atijeevan joined hands with SIMS chennai to conduct a burns camp treating more than 20 patients through various reconstructive surgeries.

Tuesday 21 April 2015

The Long Road to Recovery

Atijeevan foundation has been helping Akayamma from the day she was admitted to the Hospital after acid attack. The road to recovery is really long and painful. After her she was discharged from her initial treatment, lot of scars(keloids in medical term)formed on her face which made her pain miserable.

She has to undergo another surgery ten days back to release the Keloids and reduce her pain. Atijeevan took full responsibility of getting her admitted the Hospital and paid for all her hospitalization and Surgery cost. Thankfully she is feeling much better now and she is ready to go home with her daughter.

She may need another similar surgery as the skin is very active for almost two year and scars keep on forming. We will keep a close eye on her health and guiding her to take care of the skin during this period. There are some specialized but expensive creams to to help reduce the scar formation, Atijeevan has already provided her the medicines and counselled her to apply them regularly.

It takes an instant to throw acid on a person but takes years to heal the wound. Hope she endure this painful time and come out stronger to life.

Tuesday 14 April 2015

Atijeevan Foundation – Helping Acid Attack Survivors highlights the achievements of the Indian medical professionals. It also provides a platform for professionals across all medical specialties to share their views and experience. Thus, creating a robust community where there is free flow of ideas and views. deals with issues and news that concern, and affect the Indian medical professionals.
They featured a story about birth of Atijeevan Foundation and work we are doing. We sincerely thank them for their kind appreciation as it give us strength and we look forward with even more determination. This is what they had to say..

"Pragya Singh and her team at Atijeevan Foundation are determined in continuing on their mission…a mission that would be more empowered with the helping hands of the medical community. “It is our firm belief that one day we will bring a smile on the faces of all victims and there will not be any further acid attacks.” Amen!"

Read the story at: atijeevan-foundation-helping-acid-attack-survivors

Scarred- A documentary on Acid Attacks


A student initiative to bring to light one of the most heinous crime in the history of mankind, 'ACID ATTACKS'. 'Scarred' isn't just a film, it is the story of survivors who have lost not just their face but their identity. It is a message that must reach out to millions of people who are unaware of the gravity of the situation