Brainchild of Prashant Gade, Inali foundation, a non-profit section 8 organization was started in 2016 with the aim of providing affordable upper limbs to those who have lost them in an accident or don’t have them by birth. Technologically that are on par with most other product that is available in the market internationally.Having researched on multiple variations of upper limbs that were and is available in the market, Inali foundation, in 3 years has provided over 1500 upper limbs to people from all across India. Most of the patients of Inali foundation are people who could not afford any kind of prosthetics or any medical assistance related to disability. The two variants of upper limbs that Inali foundation has distributed are simple silicon made cosmetic gloves and Mayo arm. Inali foundation is proud to say that the entire limb is manufactured and assembled in India.
What We Do
A hand to hold, a hand to bless, a hand to work, a hand to create, a hand to be independent are one of the many things that we can think of when we hear the word hand. However, there is a significant population across the globe, who identify and relate to hands as something that is absent from their body. Even though with scientific and technological advancements, the affordability of healthcare services in developing and underdeveloped nations still remain a great cause of concern. For those who have lost their upper limb, they live with the stigma of being disabled. They struggle to do the smallest of work themselves and are perpetually dependent on others for help and assistance. They no longer remain independent or capable no matter how skilled they are. Of course, there are a few exceptions who have overcome their disability with great determination. Inali foundation was born out of this tremendous need to create and supply affordable upper limbs.