The noble mission of the Jivitadana Sangha Hospital since its establishment is to provide medical treatment to the sick irrespective of nationality, race, sex, religion, social status wealth or poverty. It is a non profit, non government humanitarian organization dependent on generous donations of the well wishers.
Prof. Dr med. Mathias Langer of University Klinikum Frieburg (FRG) visited Jivitadana Sangha Hospital (Yangon) on December 20, 2012 and donated Three Ultrasound machine worth US 415,000.00
On September 4th, 2012, President U Maung Maung accept 50 pairs of Glucometer worth Kyats (20) Lakhs donated by Mr. Yoshinoyi Komaru, Managing Director of Myanmar Yutani Co., Ltd.
Donation of medical equipment worth US $ 50000.00 was made by Rotary Club Essendon, Australia, to President of Jivitadana Sangha Hospital, Yangon, on March 1, 2013.
Ven Supot Pamudho and party on 16th February donated megatron phaco machine used in eye surgery and accessories worth Thai Baht 282976 for Jivita Sangha's Hospital (Yangon) through Chairman of the hospital Management U Maung Maung
Chairman of Rotary Club of Essendom of Australia Mr. Steve Roe and party donated medicines and medical equipment in total amount of US$ 50,000 to Jivitadana Sangha Hospital through Board of Chairman of Hospital U Maung Maung
The Jivitadana Sangha Hospital is solely dependent on the donations recieved in cash and kind from its donors both at home and abroad. It also depends greatly on the charity and dedication of the doctors and management committee members who are giving their services voluntarily and without remuneration.
To facilitate the donors, both donations in cash and kind are accepted daily from 8:30 am to 4:00 p.m throughout the year without any break.
The management committee members take it in turns to meet each donor, accept the donation formally, have the photographs of the occasion taken by digital camera and present them to the donor within a short time. For those donors wishing to perform a libation ceremony after the a bove formalities, a special arrangement has been made with a monk to oversee this ceremony.
Donations received daily in cash and kind are systematically recorded in the books of the hospital. Cash recieved is deposited the next day in the current and savings accounts maintained at various banks, while surplus funds are invested in Government Savings Certificates.
Our accounts are audited every three months by a firm of certified public Accountants and our Annual Accounts and Reports along with the Auditor Certificate are presented to the Annual General Meeting of the member for confirmation.
The Honorary Treasurer presents his Financial Report at every bi-monthly Executive committee meeting and also at the monthly Management Committee meeting for confirmation and approval.
In addition to our local donors we occasionally recieve donations both in cash and kind from expatriate Myanmar citizens living abroad when they visit us or through their local contacts. We also recieve such donations from citizens of other Buddhist countries during their trips to Myanmar for business or pleasure. We also sometimes recieve such donations from non-governmental organizations based in Myanmar or abroad.