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#Sewabharati Volunteers from all over Nepal join #NepalRelief

Volunteers of Sewabharati HSS Nepal, hailing from various stations of Nepal are actively participating in the relief-initiative. 8 various batches of HSS Nepal Volunteers are deployed in various tasks including Logistics management, unloading the trucks that arrive the godown, loading the materials in the trucks to be ferried to the quake affected villages, assisting doctors and medical staffs in various hospitals, rendering help to the people in airport etc
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#Sewabharatil Volunteers deliver relief-aid in Rasuwa #Nepal -Tibet border

Rasuwa , 4 May | SewaBharati Volunteers led by Saha Rastriya Karyavaha Harkesh Bishta and Sambhag Pracharak Tirtharaj Khanal reached the district headquarter Dhunche with aid materials. 400 families therein benefited from the materials including blankets, tarpaulins (both 400 nos.) and food materials.

Uddhav Prasad Bhattarai (Chief District Officer, Rasuwa) and Gajendra Kumar Thakur (Local Development Officer, Rasuwa) accompanied our swayamsevaks in delivering the relief materials and lauded the initiative undertaken by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh Nepal in these days of crisis in Nepal.

Sewabharati and HSS Nepal Volunteers had left Kathmandu on Saturday 3rd May with aid-materials.

(Rasuwa is a district in Himalayan region, sharing its border with China)

#Sewabharati #Arogyabharati doctors serve Pregnant woman in needin #NepalRelief

Baby brings joy amidst devastation

A team of 8 Doctors representing Arogya Bharati Haryana state who had an experience to share.

The bus carrying these Doctors was headed towards Jalbire, a village close to China border. However, the bus came to a halt due to a landslide. The doctors with the kits of medicines decided to walk rest of the distance to Jalbire only to find that there was an emergency case awaiting them. A pregnant lady was undergoing labor pains and there was no one to attend. The local Doctor at Public Health Center had directed the lady to Kathmandu hospital it being a complicated case. The Team of Doctors swung into action and operated the lady inside the ambulance itself to deliver a baby boy successfully. The new born was named "Bharat" in consultation with the family and father of the boy. It proved to be a moment of joy for the whole village and a time to celebrate amidst devastation.

Courtesy: Sewa volunteers on the field in Nepal relief