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DHANVATARI SEVA YATRA – 8, 2011

Dhanvantari Sewa Yatra is organized by Sewa Bharati, Purbanchal & National Medicos Organization (N.M.O.) jointly to help the poor and Panajati Villagers of N.E. region. Periodical free health care camps are conducted in the remotest and Janajati Villagers by the Doctors and Paramedical Voluntary Workers. So far, eight Dhanvantari Sewa Yatras have been organized. The 8th Dhanvantari Sewa Yatra was organized from April 17, 2011to April 28, 2011. 37 Doctors participated in this novel venture, out of which 22 Doctors were from BHU, 6from Rajasthan, 5 from Gujarat, 3 from Madhya Pradesh & 1 from Delhi.





S.NO
District
No. of villages covered
Camps
Total No. of Patients
Male
Female
Children below 12 years
01
South N.C. Hills (Assam)
11 05 386 144 242 82 02
North,N.C.Hills (Assam)
08 04 348 158 190 65 03
East. Karbi Along (Assam)
39 05 726 314 412 287 04
Wast. Karbi Along (Assam)
36 05 712 298 414 232 05
Sibsagar (Assam)
29 05 1897 777 1120 624 06
Majuli (Assam)
11 04 803 355 448 217 07
Kokrajhar (Assam)
07 07 921 397 524 222 08
South Kam…

Ayyappasevakendram inaugrated by Seva bharathi payyoli

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SEVABHARATHI ,PAYYOLI  25th Nov. 2011  Seva bharathi payyoli Ayyappa sevakendram inaugurated by swami Ayyappadas

Sewa Bharti organises Sewa Sangam

Source: http://statetimes.in/news/index.php/2011/12/12/sewa-bharti-organises-sewa-sangam/
JAMMU: Sewa Bharti, a registered (NGO) working for under previliged in J and K State held Sewa Sangam, of around 45 NGOs of the State. NGOs from Ladakh, Kargil, Kashmir, Reasi, Udhampur, Poonch, Rajuri, participated in the function so as to discuss the strategies to exchange and expand the work of NGO’s in J and K State with co-operation of each other.
Sewa Sangam was inaugurated with traditional lighting of lamp by Chief Guest Suraj Parkash Tung, President All India Sewa Bharti. Subash Roy Hera Math and Ram Lal Gandotra President Sewa Bharti were Guests of Honour.
All the representatives of the NGO gave experiences and difficulties in day to day working, and discussed the ways and means to work in mutual understanding.
All the participants showed much concern about the deteriorating conditions of health and education sector in far flung and slum areas. Separate session was held to di…

Seva Bharti: Entries invited for Vishnu Kumar Sammans

Source: Dailypioneer Bhopal: Entries have been invited for three State-level Vishnu Kumar Sammans. Entries for the year 2011 can be submitted by December 31. Under the three Sammans constituted in the memory of social worker and founder of Seva Bharti, late Vishnu Kumar, persons making outstanding contributions to the betterment of Tribals, Scheduled Castes and Women and Children are honoured. Vishnu Kumar Anusuchit Jati Samaj Seva Samman is given to a person or organisation for doing excellent social work for scheduled castes. Similarly, Janjatiya Samaj Seva Samman is bestowed on a person or organisation for putting in excellent work for welfare and upliftment of tribals while Vishnu Kumar Mahila-Bal Kalyan Samman is given for excellent work for welfare for women and children. All the three awards carry `one lakh each in cash and a citation. Information about the awards can be obtained from the office of  Vanya,  Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan at Shyamla Hills,  Bhopal phone number 0755-2…

Seva Bharathi secunderabad book distrution for rural students

Seva Bharathi distributed all-in-one books to 10th class students. The programme was organised by Chatrapati Shivaji Seva Samiti, Well wishers Foundation and Maharshi Bharadwaj Sewa samiti. The distribution programme was held in 4 schools of 4 villages; Nootankal (33), Girimapur(26), Dundigal(55), BBalanagar(40) and Srirangavaram (61) villages.

Sewa bharathi Secunderabad has been running 7 Study centers (Abhyasikas) in the above said villages. To complement and follow up the efforts the textbook distribution programme was arranged. A total of  215 sets of books were distributed.

NGOs step in to help thalassaemics at Guru Nanak hospital

Source: TOI AMRITSAR: Thalassaemia patients in Amritsar have to depend on non-government organizations (NGOs) to meet their expenses on medication as government hospitals have expressed their inability to do so due to lack of funds. Not only are medicines not provided to patients but the thalassaemia ward situated in the children's ward of Guru Nanak Dev Hospital is also maintained by an NGO, Amritsar Thalassaemia Welfare Society. Thalassaemia is a genetic blood disorder in which the patient's bone marrow cannot form sufficient red cells and their survival is also reduced. Thalassemic patients have to be given blood transfusion every 15 days. "We organize blood donation camps every now and then and give blood to the government blood bank which ensures that thalassaemic patients are at least never short of blood for transfusion," said president of the society, Satnam Singh while talking to TOI on Saturday. Satnam's son Hargun Singh is also a thalassa…

free medical camp organised by the JRDA with help from Sewa Bharti

Docs on strike open parallel OPD to help patients
Manmeet Singh Gill
Tribune News Service Amritsar, December 3

The protesting junior resident doctors at the Government Medical College today set up a parallel OPD (Out Patient Department) system to see the patients who were facing problem in getting the medical services because of the strike by the doctors.
The Junior Resident Doctors Association (JRDA) on this occasion distributed free medicines to the patients. More than 250 patients were treated at the free medical camp organised by the JRDA with help from Sewa Bharti, an NGO, outside the Guru Nanak Dev hospital.
The JRDA Vice President, Vivek Tomar, said, “The patients were facing inconvenience because of the strike. We have never intended to disturb the services for the poor. We have decided to see patients while on protest.”
He added that the junior doctors are adamant to fight the battle till the end. “We would try to meet the Chief Minist…

CEC inaugurated a Medical Health Centre constructed by SEWA BHARTI Gujrat with a cost of Rs. 65 lacs

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Source: visitladakh
Leh: 15 November, 2011 - The Chief Executive Councilor, LAHDC, Leh Mr. Rigzin Spalbar today inaugurated a Medical Health Centre building at Solar Colony Choglamsar constructed by SEWA BHARTI Gujrat with a cost of Rs. 65 lacs. CEC on the occasion expressed gratitude to Sewa Bharti for their generous contribution in resettling of the flood affected people through this hospital and said that such kind of noble assistance would always be welcomed. Coming up of the building is the first step, but the real task is the practical running of the hospital with every kind of medical facilities including doctors and equipments. So to ensure efficient functioning of the centre we will have a detail discussion with the founders of the centre besides putting efforts at our own level,” said CEC. He further made it clear that the shifting of the presently running medical centre at Solar Colony in the newly constructed hospital building  is the responsibility of the P…