About Us

Welcome To NATCO

NATCO - Network and Alliance of Transplant Coordinators is a registered non-profit charitable trust with the vision to improve the professional careers of Transplant Coordinators and promote organ donation.

The Network and Alliance of Transplant Coordinators (NATCO) is a Membership organization committed to the advancement of organ and tissue donation and the professional development of transplant coordinators of India and neighbouring countries. It is dedicated to advancing education, promoting certifications and furthering the professional development of donation and transplant coordinators in the community, to empower each individual to reach his or her highest potential.

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Upcoming Activities

Upcoming Activity

Transplant Coordination and Grief Counselling

NATCO Conferences

Cadre of health care professionals dedicated to “Transplant Coordination and Grief Counselling” in India and South Asia.

Executive Committee

Meet Our Executive Committee

The NATCO Executive Committee comprises of members drawn from all parts of the country who are elected democratically through an open and systematic election process. The election takes place once every two years.

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Our Awards

Swamy Narayan Best Transplant Coordinator’ Award was instituted in the memory of late Swamy Narayan, son of Ms Lalitha Raghuram ( Country Director, MOHAN Foundation) whose organs saved multiple lives post his tragic, untimely demise.

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Recent News

First-ever live cornea donation in Spain.

Juan Ramon Jimenez Hospital in Huelva, Spain registered an incredible medical milestone when a patient's living cornea was donated to the tissue bank.

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Nine children born in Sweden to mothers with transplanted uterus

Since the 1990s the researchers in Sweden have been investigating whether uterus transplantation in combination

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Can a deceased donor's family decide whom the donated organ should go to.

A 24-year-old man's family, who was declared brain-dead at Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket, Delhi wanted to

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22-year-old girl from Agra declared brain-dead at a private hospital in Delhi

A 22-year-old girl from Agra developed serious neurological complications after taking Covishield vaccine.

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