Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) is the most frequently occurring congenital disorder responsible for 28% of all congenital birth diseases.

1.35 Million

Babies are born with CHD each year globally

2 Lakhs

Babies between the ages 0-8 years are born with CHD each year in India


Babies born with CHD requires surgical intervention in the 1st year of life

Keeping the fact in mind that 20% of the congenital heart patients require medical treatment in the 1st year of their life, certain families, primarily those belonging to the lower strata of the society find it difficult and majority of the times impossible to raise funds for the surgery which mostly comes within the price bracket of 1-5 lakhs.
Lack of financial resources or inability to raise funds to support surgeries for their children, families end up losing their children, or the damage done is beyond repair.

Target Beneficiaries

Diya India Foundation’s initiative “Aayush” aims at giving young souls another chance at life. The foundation takes underprivileged children as young as new-born babies up to the age of 14 diagnosed with congenital heart disease, congenital malformation, hearing disabilities, etc., under their wings & raise funds for their free treatments.


► The foundation is driven towards saving young lives diagnosed with congenital heart disease, congenital malformation, hearing disabilities, etc. whose parents aren’t financially capable to afford their medical treatment.
► Diya India Foundation raises funds to support the surgeries and hearing aids for the underprivileged children.
►The foundation has been helping several children born with congenital diseases & hearing impairment with their evaluation, treatment & management for 6 years.

Hospitals & Clinics Working with Diya India Foundation

Congenital Heart Surgeries

Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Fortis Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre Limited


Hearing Aids

Asha Speech and Hearing Clinic

Future Endeavours

To support Emergency Congenital Malformation Surgeries which are needed to be performed within 48 hours of birth.