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A unique survivor to survivor Matrimonial platform : Divine Relations

A unique survivor to survivor matrimonial platform

The wearer only knows where the shoe pinches”
— Anonymous

MUMBAI AREA, INDIA, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, April 16, 2018 / -- Divine Relations was founded by Vivek Sharma, a marketing professional who has spent his entire career in the medical field and has seen many patients suffering from chronic diseases. Vivek founded an NGO named Mickey Amogh Foundation and it hasnt been an easy journey for him. He suffered a tragedy when he lost his only son to an undiagnosed medical condition in 2014. The incident changed his life.

Having seen the plight of those suffering from chronic diseases, diseases,his heart always went out to them. The idea for Divine Relations came to me after his encounters with two brilliant doctors, a renowned oncologist from Pune and nephrologist from Mumbai. In separate conversations with both of them, a similar point came up: how patients recovering from chronic diseases find it difficult to find a match for marriage. He was going through a transformative tragic experience at the time himself and decided to do something to help others. That’s how Divine Relations came into being.

The biggest problem they face right now is to spread awareness about the site. They have been using social media for the purpose but they want to reach out to more people. The doctors, who have always considered this a huge problem the patients face, are happy to see such an initiative.

Mickey – Amogh Foundation is a Non Government Organization working for Healthcare Awareness and Access, Child Education and Women Empowerment. Based at Goregaon (W), Mumbai, India. Mickey – Amogh Foundation was founded in 2013 and since then it has been working through best possible ways to help concerned people. We have developed Divine Relations, A unique patient to patient matrimonial platform and pair4life - A novel platform to help kidney failure patients find a compatible donor when their own donor is having incompatible blood group. By developing such free to use platforms, They wish to touch the lives of as many needy people as we can, positively and effectively.

Vivek Sharma
Mickey - Amogh Foundation
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A unique survivor to survivor Matrimonial platform : Divine Relations