Showing posts from December, 2010

Sewabharati AP : Three day Personality development camp for Children of Affection homes and Schools

A three day personality  (24, 25, 26 th dec 2010) development camp has been organised for the children of affection homes / orphanages and schools run by Seva bharathi Andhra Pradesh. The Sishu Mandir in Saidabad is this years camp host for the 91 children from these homes. Sewa Bharathi runs 20 Affection homes for the children destituted or orphaned or under previliged also child labour victims and benefits the 586 children directly in 11 districts of Rayalaseema and Telangana. The homes are run in interior rural, tribal and slum areas where the need is more than what is felt.
Represented by 16 Affection Homes and 4 schools run by seva bharathi the camp was a big success. There were 68 children from 16 homes (63 boys and 5 girls) and 23 children from 4 schools (8 boys and 15 girls) they have been trained in Play songs (Abhinaya geyalu), Folk Songs (Janapada geyalu) a play skit and drama and chekka bhajana and kolatam. Also the children were taught how to run a Non formal edu…

Sewabharati - Matri chaya: Our heartless Delhi dumps its baby girls

Source: Mail today- India today
Neetu Chandra | New Delhi, December 25, 2010 | Updated12:48 IST
Rohini and Ruhika at the Kalawati Saran Hospital in Delhi. Over the past fortnight, bonnie twins Rohini and Ruchika have become the cynosure of all eyes at the Kalawati Saran Maternity and Child Hospital.Their baby sounds and bawls invite cuddles throughout the day. In fact, the hospital staff wonders at the coldness of the unidentified parents who dumped the cute infants on the chilly night of November 28 - just because they are girls. The shocking case of the abandoned one-and-a-half-month-old twin sisters is not an isolated one. In December, the Delhi Police found at least six girl children left on the streets in the national Capital. FIRs relating to abandoned children were registered in 14 cases in 2010. The four branches of the Delhi government's Child Welfare Committee (CWC) as well as NGOs in the Capital received over 60-odd such cases this year, with more than 90 per cent children b…

Mahila Sammelan of Sewa Bharati

Source: organiser Mothers: The source of good samskars to children
-Premchand Goel A woman workers’ sammelan of the Sewa Bharati Delhi was organised at Sewa Dham on November 24. A total of 1,476 workers participated in the day long sammelan. Inaugurating the sammelan veteran Sangh Pracharak and Kshetra Parivar Prabodhan Pramukh Shri Prem Chand Goel underlined the role of woman activists in the growth of Sewa Bharati work in Delhi. Describing women as rashtra nirmatri (nation builders) he said sewa, sadhna and satsang are the foundation of a successful family. Appealing to the mothers to impart good samskars to their children he also underlined the need to proper care of the old age people in the family. He said opening old age homes is not the Indian tradition and this situation should not arise in our country. He also appealed to them to install the symbols of Hindu identity outside their homes.

Prant Sewa Pramukh Shri Ajay Kumar stressed on self-evaluation by the workers.…

Sewa bharati: Amway distributors raise funds to support children of Matruchaya

Source: world pr wire
Volunteers of Amway Opportunity Foundation comprising of Amway associates, distributors came together to do their bit for improving the living conditions of the children of Matruchaya - an NGO at Bhopal, by raising funds at a Musical Evening here in the city today. What made today's programme special was the presence of well-known singer Akilesh Tripathi (of Zee Sa Re Ga Ma Pa fame top 10 finalist), Navneet Kaur and some Amway distributors exhibiting their singing talent.AOF has partnered with Matruchaya under "Project Sunrise" to support Health expenses of all the children staying in Matruchaya for a period of three years .
Today's program aims to enhance comfort levels of 21 orphans sheltered at Matruchaya by presenting two Air Conditioners to protect children from severe summers and an Insect Repellant to keep unwanted bugs and pests - a source of many diseases - at bay Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Achinta Banerjie, Vice President, Amway Ind…

News Stories from Sewa bharati Tamilnadu blog

Sevabharathi Erode on an Eye Donation SpreeSevabharathi’s Erode unit has been putting a lot of energy into its eye-donation Seva. And the results are naturally, highly visible In just August and September 2010, our Erode chapter has been able to convince and inspire three families to donate the eyes of their departed relative. That translates into life-long vision for six corneally blind patients.
“Motivating the kith and kin of a departed person is the key factor in making eye donation a reality. The motivator should have the conviction to take up this highly sentimental effort” reads a testimonial we received from Sankara Eye Centre run by Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Medical Trust at Coimbatore, who were the recepients of one of those three pairs of eyes that Sevabharatih facilitated.
We thank and salute all the family members of Smt. Lakshmi Devi, Sri. Srichand S. Parwani and Sri. A. Muthusamy of Erode district for their invaluable contribution.
From spilling blood, to donating it…Posted on …

Seva Bharati Organizes Kavya Bharati Programme as Part of Silver Jubilee Celebrations

Source: Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/SB)
Mumbai, Nov 30: Seva Bharati organized its second programme Kavya Bharati, as part of their silver jubilee celebrations at Dr M Vishveshvarayya auditorium of Karnataka Sangh, Matunga (West), here, recently.
Seva Bharati president Jaya K Shetty presided over the Kavya Bharati programme of multi-lingual poetry and singing. The metro’s well known pediatrician Dr Satyaprakash S Shetty inaugurated the programme.

Kannada Sahitya Parishat Maharastra unit president H B L Rao, Bombay Bunts Association former president lawyer Anand B Shetty, Bhandary Seva Samiti – Mumbai president Balakrishna P Bhandary, Rolta India Limited former senior manager T V Holey and veteran entrepreneurs A to Z Narayan Shetty and Ravindra Poojary were the guests of honour.
Bharat Kumar Polipu compered the programme.

Little stars put up a scintillating show : Sewa bharati

Source: The hindu
Ten schools with special children participated in the event — Asha Nilaya (Udupi), St. Agnes, Seva Bharathi, Catherine Lobo School for Blind (Bejai), Christa Raj Navachethana Special School, Spandana Special School for Mentally Retarded (Udupi), Manasa Rehabilitation Centre (Udupi), Lions Special School, Saanidhya Residential School and Training Centre for the Differently Abled (Manipal) and Chethana Special School (Moodabidri).

Special Correspondent Hindi film hits had the audience break into an applause

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