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SEVA BHARATI MEGHALAYA

SEVA BHARATI MEGHALAYA
REGD NO SR/SBM 323/95 OF 1995
(Contribution Eligible U/S 80G of I.T.Act. 1961)

REGD OFFICE
2ND FLOOR ARYASMAJ MANDIR BUILDING
G.S. ROAD
SHILLONG
MEGHALAYA 793002
PHONE (0364) 220743

ADM OFFICE :
C/O SMT SHANTI MARWEIN,
280/24 RHINO-LAST STOP ROAD,
LABAN SHILLONG – 793004
PHONE (0364) 2221120

Village Health workers study tour to shillong.
Date Thursday, 30th & Friday, 31st August 2007.

Venue Shillong.

Visit to

1. Ramkrishna Mission Dispensary,

2. NEIGRIHMS: North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health & Medical Sciences.

3. Woodland Hospital


Expected Participants : Apporximately 70 Village Health Workers from 70 Villages.


Aims & Objectives · To aware our Health Worker about the Health Facilities available in Shillong so they can help their villagers.· To improve knowledge of Village Health Workers to make them confident in their social work. · To strengthen the feeling of unity through coming together for specific purpose.· To eliminate feeling of difference i…

SEVA BHARATI Meghalaya : Doctors to work here

SEVA BHARATI MEGHALAYA Wanted

Enthusiastic male or female as Medical Officer :-

No of Posts – 2 (Two)
Eligibility – MBBS / BAMS / BHMS

Therapist – Massagist / Naturopath
No. of Posts – 2 (Two)

For a Mobile Medical Dispensary Units run by Seva Bharati
Meghalaya at Khasi Hills & Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya (North East India)

Please Contact us :-

> Seva Bharati Meghalaya
> C/o Shanti Marwein
> Rhino Last Stop Road, Near pani tanki,
> Laban, Shillong 793004.
> Phone : 0364- 2221120.
> Mobile : +919436119157
> Email :sevabharatimeghalaya@yahoo.co.in


> "Tip Briew Tip Blei"
> In the Service of Motherland
> S.B.M.

This is how people trust Sewa Bharati

Rasathi and Ratisha are sisters of 10 and 9 years respectively. They are daughters of the poverty stricken family belonging to a Vanvasi community namely Kuravas living in Padmanabhapuram, Kanyakumari district. On holidays, they both beg on the streets. Tamil daily Dinamalar on July 4, 2007 carried this pathetic news. Several NGOs approached the family to admit the girls to some ‘home’.

The parents did not like the idea. Just then, Shri Ashok Kumar, Kanyakumari district Sewa Bharati organiser, along with district secretary Shri Murugesan had a talk with the parents of the girls. Sewa Bharati could understand the parents’ mind. So, it was decided that the girls should continue their studies at the same school, with Sewa Bharati bearing all expenses for their education, food, etc.

Sewa Bharati got Yakki, one more child of the family, to class one. The child was so far unable to attend school because of poverty. Sewa Bharati did not stop with that. It has come forward to give medical aid t…