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Support the Displaced Violence hit Assamese

Fact File as on Aug 20th, 2012:-                                                                     

Total Relief Camps Run by Sewa Bharati – 303     Deaths in Camps – 124 Children.     2 Year age Children in Camps – 8,076.     Pregnant Women – 2428.     Total Needy Patients – 93,789.     Diarrhea Patients – 14994.     Dysentery Patients – 3374.     Malaria Patients – 100.     Viral Fever Patients – 23088.Sewa International
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Seva Vacation in Rural Khammam: Chaitanya Tvk

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Chaitanya, YFS Education full-timer co-ordinator embarked on a Seva Vacation to study projects in rural Khammam. His experiences ranged from seeing “the most amazing discipline levels and teachers giving utmost importance to instilling values and morals” to “women working on the  while men drink and laze around, hence leading to students passing out from schools take to smoking and gutka at an early age”. You can read the entire report here and trust us when we say the experiences are worth reading: Seva Vacation – Khammam District (Chaitanya TVK)

Sewa Bharathi: Assam Relief Activities Update

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Seva Bharathi along with Vanavasi Kalyan Ashram, VHP and Hindu Bodo Suraksha Parishat have set up 56 relief camps in four sub-divisions of B.T.A.D. They have three ambulances rendering round the clock medical services. Two doctors from Gujarat are now offering their service for 10 days. 20 cartons of medicines, mosquitoe nets, blankets, ladies saris, biscuits, baby food etc. were distributed.  Around 3000 to 4000 families were sheltered in the relief camp.  Initially the organisations have planned to rehabilitate 500 families.




An Appeal:

Victims at camps are in need of books, cloths and also food. Relief clothing provided now is used clothes. New cloths need to be provided soon.

Huge finance is required and any amount is small. Not yet calculated the exact amount required as Seva bharathi is using its relief fund now. So any amount of donation will help immensely.

Funds credited directly to Seva Bharati, Guwahati account will be of immense help.
SEVA BHARATI, PURBANCHAL

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Ambulance donated to Seva Bharati at Kanyadi

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Kanyadi, Puttur: An ‘ambulance’ was donated to Seva Bharati at Kanyadi Village near Ujire of Dakshina Kannada district, for the any medical help. Seva Bharati is the outfit of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, for various socio-economic services.
Ambulance donated to Seva Bharati

Assam Violence: Seva Bharati’s relief activity update; appeal for more help

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Assam -August 2: The violence in Assam has subsided but the rehabilitation and other sewa activities has to start immediately. Following is the latest updates from Assam Sewa Bharathi pramukh Shri Surendra Ji.
Present condition and sewa activities:
1) Sewa activities is reaching more than 60,000 victims of riots
2) Victims have been provided with blankets, food, mosquito coils, note books
3) Medicines have been provided for fever, cough and other ailments and to avoid spread of contagious diseases
4) 3 Ambulances and 4 teams of doctors working round the clock to cater to the victims
5) Hindu families affected by the riots want to return home ASAP but are still in fear and are skeptical
6) Christian missionaries are gung-ho about this ‘opportunity’ and are in a over-drive (Sick but true)
7) Hindu and Bodo families are very thankful to the timely and quick aid provided by Sewa Bharathi
8) 2 truckloads of basic needs of kitchen utensils and cloths were arranged from local noble people and dis…