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Blood Donation and Cancer awareness Talk by Sewabharathi, YFS

Blood Donation Camp and Cancer awareness Talk on 29-07-2012 Youth For Seva, Seva Bharathi and Czech Colony Association conducted the Blood donation and Cancer awareness camp. Around 20 of our volueenters participated in this event,Raghu yeturi, Harish, from IT milan, krishna reddy, rama naidu, vempalli srininivas reddy, ramesh reddy, sridhar reddy,from YSF, Bharath ji, narasihma murthyji, murali krishnaji from seva bharathi, sasnank arya, sunil and Vinay ji from Nagar saka atended.

An Evening with the children at Ramchandra Kurulkar Trust,

Its been a week, more than a week per-se, since we were there. Aniket and I. With Veeru consistently behind me for the past whole week to pen down my experience, he finally gave up too.
It was not reluctance or putting it for later, but the sheer fear, that I might not capture the entirety of the essence of the experience, might not fully translate the intensity of emotions that we went throu or just do justice to what it really did to my conscience.
It was the day of confrontation, I was a jerky mess. I haven't done this alone before. Got up very early, with tightened nerves. Still the tape of the last few days were replaying on my mind, is this going to make a difference, how is going to affect me? Would I be judged pretentious? What is this going to be in the long run. Finally, opted for an open mind and went with the flow of what was planned.
The place was far from where I live, after much asking around, we reached.
The first sight of  Ramchandra Kurulkar Trust, supp…

Seva Bharati Takes 5 Destitute Children Under its Protective Wings

18/07/2012 13:37:42  HK

Kasargode: As always, count on Seva Bharati. This time it is the rescue and rehabilitation of 5 orphaned children, who have, hitherto been living in the most disparaging conditions. Seva Bharati officials swung into action, following a heart wrenching report published by Mathrubhumi paper. The report highlighted the pitiful condition of the children leading an isolated life, in the Adivasi colony of Munnadu Kuliyanmaram.

The 5 children were born to Raghavan and Bindu of the Kuliyanmaram colony. Raghavan, a chronic drunkard left his home some years back.  The eldest child Jinu, had to discontinue her studies after Class 2, as she used to aid her father in the daily wage jobs her used to do. She used to aid her mother in taking care of her siblings as well. Following an accident Bindu was admitted in a hospital in Mangalore, which left all these kids without any support. 

Following the publishing of the news in Mathrubhumi, Seva Bharati has reported that their…

Rashtrotthana Blood Bank tops in blood collection-transfusion in Karnataka

Bangalore, June 22: Karnataka’s one of the most reputed social service organisation Rashtrotthana Parishat has set another milestone, this time it is on Medical Healthcare. Rashtrotthana Parishat has initiatated “Rashtrotthana Rakta Nidhi (Blood Bank)” at Chamarajpet of Bangalore, its state Headquarters. Now, it is the number one blood bank of the state as far as total number of blood collected and transfused.
Rashtrotthana Parishat is an Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh initiative for social reforms in Karnataka.

Established 18 years agao, Rashtrotthana Rakta Nidhi (Blood Bank) has colleceted blood from a total of 1,75,073 blood donors. The collected blood has been given to 1,31,593 patients. Rest of the blood were processed for PCV collections, serum separations etc. The total unit of blood collected till March 2012 is 2,89,321.
These figures make the Rashtrotthana Rakta Nidhi (Blood Bank) being the number one blood bank in state as far as number of unit of blood col…

Appeal for Support to the flood Victims in the Northeast India

Sewabharathi volunteers distributing relief material

Rivers flowing above danger level:  Brahmaputra and the Kapili Total affected villages                                          :  4,540 across (814 under water still) Total no of people affected                                  : 22.37 lakh Lives lost in floods and landslides                      : 122 (Assam)  number of evacuees                                             : 370,000
People in Relief camps                                        : 1,67,309 Total districts affected by floods                          : 27
Districts still under water                                      : 13 Total districts affected by landslides                   : 3
Animals                                                                  :  540 animals, including 13 rhinos (Kaziranga)

In the worst-hit Dhemaji district, raging waters of the Brahmaputra River swept away entire villages. Flood situation improves in Arunachal Meanwhile,…

Sewa International Design & Development Centre inaugurated in Kutch

25/06/2012 23:14:13 

Expanding Golden Era of Handy crafts in Kutch

“Many organizations were at the forefront of relief and rehabilitation soon after the devastating earthquake of 2001, serving the affected in whatever way they can, however after a decade a few only are still trying to help out the development of Kutch. Sewa International and Sewa Bharati are among the few who have continued their mission even after a decade and this is the indication of their commitment and perseverance,” exclaimed Chief Minister of Gujarat Shri Narendra Bhai Modi while inaugurating the Sewa International Design & Development Centre, in Jiapar Village, Kutch, Gujarat.
The Chief Minister arrived right on dot in the remote village Jiapar for the inauguration of the newly constructed building of the SIDDC that surprised many. Beating the scorching sun and powerful wind, more than 7000 people had gathered for the inaugural and to listen to the popular leader, women present in dominant number.  This D…