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Manipal Organ Sharing & Transplant (MOST) has been established with an aim to increase awareness on organ and tissue donation amongst the people of India and to promote best practices on organ and tissue donation in hospitals.

Global Observatory on Organ Donation and Transplantation data indicates that 12,666 organ transplants were carried out in India in 2019, next only to United States and China. However, there remains a wide gap between the number of patients who need transplants and the availability of organs in the country. An estimated 1.8 lakh individuals suffer from kidney failure every year, but only 10,000 kidney transplants are done annually. About 2,00,000 patients die of liver failure and liver cancer annually in India, of whom 10-15% can be saved with a timely liver transplant. Against an estimated requirement of 25,000 liver annually, only 2000 are being performed. Similarly about 50,000 persons suffer from heart failure annually but less than 200 heart transplants are performed in India. About 25000 cornea transplants are done every year against a requirement of 1,00,000.

Majority of organ transplants in India are done from living donors and in 2019, only 2060 (16.3%) transplants were carried out from 715 deceased donors after brain death. The organ donation rate remains less than one per million population. There are 27 Manipal Hospitals across the country. Any effort to promote organ and tissue donation must be embraced with social, legal and medical information from all parts of the country.


  • Establishment of 24-hour referral service for organ and tissue donation with a dedicated phone number and email (most@manipalhospitals.com)
  • Provide expert assistance in documentation and procedures related to organ and tissue donation
  • Provide assistance with family counselling and support
  • Establish facility for counselling of families for cornea donation after every death in hospital by implementing the nurse-based IDEAL (Immediate Donation of Eyes After Life) protocol
  • Establish organ and tissue pledging facility on website of Manipal Hospitals
  • Training of doctors, nurses, transplant coordinators and administrative staff on all aspects of organ and tissue donation
  • Coordination with agencies involved in organ and tissue donation like National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organization (NOTTO), Regional Organ & Tissue Transplant
  • Organization (ROTTO), State Organ & Tissue Transplant Organization (SOTTO), Non-Government Organizations and the police
  • Maintaining data on brain deaths and carrying out periodic quality checks on organ and tissue donation

MOHAN foundations report on the MOST-MOHAN training

  • 1 st MOST- MOHAN Foundation training on Transplant Coordination held from 22 th  to 26 th  March 2022 at 4 th floor, HCMCT Manipal Hospital, Dwarka. 
  • A total of 36 delegates of diverse profiles such as transplant coordinators, doctors, nurses, social workers, dialysis technicians, psychologists from 7 states of India namely, Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Sikkim and Manipur attended the training.
  • 27 eminent speakers and experienced professionals from the medical/non-medical fraternity conducted sessions. Various activities were conducted in order to make the training interesting.
  • A panel discussion was held on the last day. The panel discussion was moderated by Dr Avnish Seth and Ms Pallavi Kumar.
  • Pre and post- training evaluation test was conducted on the first and last day respectively. Ms Simi Joseph from MHD topped the training.

Contact us

Human Care Medical Charitable Trust, Manipal Hospitals, Palam Vihar, Sector 6, Dwarka, New Delhi, Delhi 110075


+91 9910388322
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