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Vaidehi Ashramam: A home for Destitute girls

Vaidehi Ashramam: A home for Destitute girls (16 years of community development)

Sewa Bharati hostel in Jammu for children of terror victims

Sewa Bharati has started a hostel for the children orphaned by the terrorists and during the devastated earthquake in Jammu and Kashmir. The building of the hostel was built from local support and donations from the IDRF (USA) through Sewa International India. Situated near the holy town Katra, the base camp of Sri Mata Vaishno Devi Yatra, the hostel has five rooms. There is a playground for plantation, gaushala, gymnasium and job-orientated courses for the inmates. The children are introduced to nature study by engaging them in plantation and water harvesting programmes. Apart from providing academic guidance through coaching after the school hours, the children are also introduced to the ancient Indian culture, history, samskars and other activities through weekly meetings. The overall efforts of the Sewa Bharati are to uplift the children and to make them responsible citizens.

Seva Bharati Purvanchal At a glance

Seva Bharati Purvanchal
At a glance


Sl. No. Name of the Seva Karya No. of Centre No. of Place
1 Arogya Rakshak (Allopathey) 288 ----227
2 Arogya Rakshak (Homeopathy) 3700 -----3400
3 Mobile Medical Van 03 ----- 03
4 Ambulance 06 -----03
5 Medical Centre 03 ----- 03
6 Medicine Bank 02 -----02
7 Neurotheraphy Centre 07----- 04
8 Yoga Centre 94 -----94
9 Neturotheraphy Centre 03 -----03
10 Sanskar Kendra & Krishna Gokulam 252 -----252
11 Bhajan Mandali 47 -----47
12 Matri Manda…

Seva Bharathi Moble dispensary for Chenchus

SEWA Bharati / UBSS starts relief operation in Rajkanika
04/04/2009



BHUBANESWAR: Utkal Biparna Sahayata Samiti late on Tuesday night launched relief and rescue operations in natural calamity hit Rajkanika block of Orissa’s costal districts of Kendrapara.

UBSS volunteers, besides more than 50 Sewa Bharati workers are distributing food materials( 15,000 Biscuit packets), clothes, medicines, water and other commodities in Dasabhagaria, Manaidiha and Mangalpur villages under Bharigada Panchayat, Ganja, Sevasahi, Bagabuda, Dalikenda, Barada, Mahurigaon, Govindapur, Koranda, Kalikapur under Rajkanika area, said Samiti spokesman Simanchal Khatua in a release. Besides, cooked foods are being prepared for about 1000 affected people.

UBSS has also deputed several ambulances to shift the injured to Kendrapara and Cuttack medicals for further treatment while UBSS has also deputed two medical teams at Ganja near Rajkanika and Maniediha village under Bharigada Panchayat. The Samiti volunteers also in …

statistical picture of the Work

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Visual documentary of Mobile dispensary Project Kurnool Dist, AP

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MOBILE DISPENSARY AT DOORSTEPS OF PTG CHENCHU COMMUNITY OF KURNOOL Dt.

SANGHA MITRA SEVA SAMITHI
Regd. No. 39-94, D.N.J. 25/415-2,  R.S.Road, Nandyal – 518502 Ph.: 08514-247763  Kurnool Dt., A.P.
AFFILIATED To SEVA BHARATI (Western AP Reg. No.: 3136/90/AP)
(Administrative Office 3-2-106, Nimboli Adda, Kachiguda. Hyderabad-27. Ph. 040-24610056)
PROJECT SPONSORED BY IDRF, USA
MOBILE DISPENSARY AT DOORSTEPS OF PTG CHENCHU COMMUNITY OF KURNOOL Dt.
Project Head Quarters: GOKAVARAM (Village), Kothapalli Mandal, Kurnool Dt.518422

Project Convener: Mr.M.Sudhakar Reddy Project In-charge: Mr.U.Mallikarjuna Sarma,
Sanga Mitra Seva Samithi, Nandyal Bhaktha Kannappa Gurukulam, Gokavaram.
Doctors : Dr. M.D.V.N. Rama Sarma, Kurnool Dr. V Parameswara Reddy
Dr. Parameswara Reddy, Atmakur Dr. R.Rama Krishna Reddy, Nandyal

Performance – Cum – Achievement Report for the Period: 1-8-2008 to 31-12-2008.
I. A Review meeting on the activities of Mobile Dispensary was conducted on 14-9-2008 at Sangha
Mitra Seva Samithi, Nandyal, Kurnool District, and resolved the following:

i) To form a …

Seva Bharathi offers free medical service to pongala devotees

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Braving the scorching heat, thousands of women devotees offered pongala at the age-old Karikkakom Sri Chamundi Temple here on Monday. With the pongala festival, the seven-day long festival came to an end on Monday.

The temple premises literally turned into a holy ground with the smoke and the chanting of ‘Devi Mantras’ by devotees. The pongala hearths extended up to the Highway on the eastern side, Kochuveli Railway Station on the west, Chackai Junction on the South and World Market Junction on the North.

Later, as many as 125 priests sprinkled theertham on the pongala offerings by the devotees. According to the temple authorities, there was a significant increase in the number of devotees this year. ``Pongala hearths were set up in and around the temple premises, in a radius of about 3 km. According to our calculation, around 7 lakh devotees offered pongala this year,’’ said temple manager Surendran Nair.

Free medical services were provided by the Health Department, …

Self-Help Groups (SHGs)

on September 14 2008 In Jharkhand capital Ranchi more than 20,000 women associated with about 1,200 self-help groups formed a matri shakti sammelan. They came to the city to participate in a women empowerment programme— called “matri shakti sammelan”— organised by Seva Bharti.

Tamil Nadu has very strong Self Help Groups (SHGs) of women. In the villages of Kanyakumari district alone, there are over 1,600 SHGs.

In July 2004, 5000 women marched the streets of Coimbatore city under the banner of the Seva Bharati. All these women belonged to Self-Help Groups and are economically powerful, as well as being socially well connected.

In 2003, 30,000 women running SHGs participated in Seva Bharathi / Sangha function arranged for them at Kanyakumari.

Apart from such consolidation of women with social awareness Women empowerment is the prime objective of Sewa Vibhag.