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Annual Function of Tangmargh Sanch : Jammu

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An Annual function of Tangmargh Sanch was held at town hall Kunzar on 19 May 2013. The total number of 300 students along with parents as also the teachers coming from 30 kendras (from 30 villages) falling in Tangmargh Sanch participated in the said function. The meritorious students of each Kendra who had secured first- three positions were given appreciation letters. The function was presided over by Smt. Shakti Munshi from Mumbai and S/Sh Abdual Karim Dar (Chairman Municipal committee Kunzar) &  Abdual Ahad (Principal Hr. Sec. School Kunzar) were the guests of honour. The function lasted from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM. The children appreciably participated in function & presented programes like songs and skits touching the subject like Rishta (Relationship), Mobile, Maa (Mother Earth) and also on environment. Students whose participation was liked most were also awarded certificates. The participants were also provided breakfast & refreshment. Photographs of the event depicti…

Sewa Sadhana: Service Activities at a Glance

Sewa Bharti hospital Agra MP (AGAR, MALWA)

Sewa Bharti hospital Agra MP (AGAR, MALWA)

Milk Bank for Vanvasi children by Sewa Bharati activists in Ranchi

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Fighting malnutrition with a difference  With 44 per cent underweight children, India faces the severe level of child malnutrition in the world. One in three of the world’s malnourished children live here only. It is the disease which not only limits child’s development and capacity to learn, but also costs lives—around 50 per cent of all childhood deaths are attributed to malnutrition. About 46 per cent of the children below the age of three years are too small for their age, 47 per cent are underweight and at least 16 per cent are wasted. It is the state of affairs despite the government launching many schemes to fight it. In this situation the method adopted by Sewa Bharati activists in Ranchi to fight malnutrition has attracted many. Involving about 170 women of the city they formed a Milk Bank to feed milk to over 300 rural Vanvasi children everyday. Instead of offering the mid-day meal, which proved to be ‘mid-day murder meal’ in certain cases, this initiative by …

'Matrachaya' shelters children of all faiths : Sewabharati Bhopal

Bhopal, Jan 21 (ANI): There are many social organisations in the country, which work towards building an inclusive and better society by helping children in need. One such organisation is 'Matrachaya', located in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The orphanage in Maida Mill area of the city is a home for abandoned and homeless children. It is committed to providing shelter and educating homeless children. Regardless of their religion the children are looked after by dedicated social workers who provide care in a healthy atmosphere. The children at the orphanage go only by their first name, as the institution believes in spreading communal harmony. Till now, Matrachaya has provided shelter to around 400 children. Some of whom have been adopted by people of different religions. At present 18 children are being taken care of by the organisation.