Showing posts from November, 2006

Seva Bharathi Child Labour Rehabilitation Program

Seva Bharathi Child Labour Rehabilitation Program Children Win Bravery Awards

Climbing a new high in the Child labour rehabilitation programme, Seva Bharathi run Homes Sandipani Awasam, Mahaboobnagar and Madhava Awasam, Gollur have been proud of their children. The two homes from which 4 children have been selected for the bravery awards by the District administration headed by the District Collector. The children have performed extraordinary tasks of bravery. This year the Govt has been considerate with the cause of Child labour highlighting the cause and highlighting the children who have taken a turningpoint in their life after being rehabilitated.

Chennakeshawulu :
S/O Ramulu
Age: 14 years
Class: 5th
Village: Makhtal
used to work: Theft in rail, jeep, bus Has a knack in theft and was considered notorious for his small thefts. His parrents had to move away to Gujarat and even there he was the same and they have to come back home to Makhtal, where his life took a turn after his interaction…

The IT Professionals meet & seva bharathi

The IT Professionals meet
The IT Professionals meet held on 4th NOV 2006 was an overwhelming success. Thank you Software professional you have sacrificed your weekend and truly to a noble cause. The Performances of the children as you might have noted stand testimony to the amount of work happening at Seva Bharathi.

The children that Sang the Vandemataram were from the VAIDEHI ASHRAM an Affection home for destitute Girls at Saidabad. And the the presentation on the Sewa Activities is a collage of activity presentation. The following performance was by the Child Ramanjaneyulu a Visually challenged boy from the Govt Blind hostel (Dar-ul-shifa) who sang the ANNAMACHARYA keerthana so melodiously that the audience were spell bound, the next in store is the Childlabour theme presentation by the children of the Child labour Rehabilitation center in Mahaboobnagar (Palamoor) the theme song asking the child labourers to get back to school and leave the work.

The next is a wonderful Bharatanatyam…

Medical camp in Arunachal

A medical camp was held in the last village—Chaglagram—in the Indian territory on the Indo-Sino borders. It was for the first time that health needs of these people living in this difficult terrain were catered to after Independence through a camp. The stretch is so difficult that in just 22-km journey between Chaglagram and Metlang, the team had to face 22 landslides.

It was perhaps for the first time after Independence that a free medical camp was organised in extremely difficult terrains of Arunachal Pradesh. A team of eight doctors, six hailing from Nagpur, and drawn from various streams of medical specialisations conducted 11 medical camps encompassing around 80 villages. The medical camps were conducted from September 10 to 16 under the aegis of the Sanghamitra Sewa Pratishthan and Arunachal Vikas Parishad.

A total of 3312 patients were examined in the camps. Despite the fact that the water in Arunachal Pradesh has high iron content, people of the region basically suffer from iron…