The board of trustees of Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust, Shirdi has decided to distribute 100 ambulances in April and May, 2017 in the first phase to nongovernment organizations (NGOs) in Aadivasi, remote and hilly areas to provide the medical facilities under Sai Ambulance Scheme. The NGOs in such areas should submit their applications to Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust along with necessary documents, appealed Chairman of Sansthan Dr. Suresh Haware.

This decision was unanimously taken in the meeting headed by Chairperson Dr. Haware. Vice chairman Chandrashekhar Kadam, trustees Bhausaheb Wakchaure, Sachin Tambe, Pratap Bhosale, Adv. Mohan Jaykar, trustee and President of Shirdi nagar panchayat Yogitatai Shelke, executive officer Bajirao Shinde were present for this meeting.

Dr. Haware told that board of trustees have taken important decision to provide 100 ambulances in the first phase to provide the medical facilities to the patients in Aadivasi, remote and hilly areas. These ambulances will be given to NGOs and it will be monitored by them. Dr. Haware has appealed the NGOs for this noble work. The application format to apply for getting ambulance will available on Sansthan’s website from 1st March, 2017. The turnover of NGOs should be more than Rs. 5 lakhs in last three years.

75 percent of ambulance price will made available by Sansthan through donor devotees and 25 percent amount is required to be deposited by the concern NGO to Sansthan. The registration of ambulance will be done by concern NGO in its district and they will have to display the name of Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust, Shirdi and donor for it on ambulance. These all ambulances will work as Sai Ambulance and will extend the medical services in all over Maharashtra. So, take the advantages in first phase, the NGOs in Aadivasi, remote and hilly areas are appealed to submit their proposals along with necessary documents as per the application format on the website, appealed Dr. Haware.

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