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Why Kerala’s Most Famous Tribal Activist Decided to Adopt a Girl

In a country where people go to great lengths to have babies, tribal activist CK Janu has adopted a little girl from Chhattisgarh, with the firm belief that all the world’s children are our own and that people should give orphaned children love and care.
Janu says she always wanted to adopt a girl and applied for child adoption in Kerala around a year ago. However, she realised that the waitlist was long.
I am not bothered about where the child is from. All children born in this world are our own.
CK Janu, Tribal Activist, Kerala
She then decided to apply with adoption agencies elsewhere in India and Matruchaya, an adoption centre in Bilaspur, Chattisgarh run by Seva Bharti. Once inspections and verifications were over, on January 8, Janu’s wait for her daughter finally ended, with every procedural detail completed. The pair finally reached Kalpetta village, where Janu lives. Janu named the girl CK Janaki.

Giving birth to a child and taking care of our own children is common, but grea…

Sevabharathi Arunachal Pradesh : APPCS coaching camp concludes

AALO, Jan 14: In all 46 students attended a Seva Bharati and Jnana Prabodini, Pune conducted week-long orientation-cum-coaching programme for APPCS and UPSC aspirants, which concluded at the DIC Conference Hall here on Wednesday.
West Siang DDSE Tumto Lollen had inaugurated the camp along with RSS Prant Pracharak Sunilji Mahanti. Maharashtra Circle Officer, Kiran Sawankar, Sales Tax Inspector Sunil Lahana, MBBS Assistant Commandant CRPF Dr. Sandeep Devkate were the resource persons.
A yoga camp was also organized by yoga expert Dhananjay Chetia from Yoga Nilayam Centre Guwahati as part of the programme wherein Deputy Director Industries, Gomar Angu and Vibhag Pracharak Siang, Kamesh Kumar and Rtd Deputy Commissioner, Gejum Ete attended. (DIPRO) Source:

CRPF donates water coolers, fans to Sewabharti Disha boys hostel Katra

Excelsior Correspondent
KATRA, Dec 13: Commandant 6th BN CRPF donated water coolers, fans, various utility item and sports item for the inmates of Hostel Disha run by Sewa Bharti at Katra.
Commandant CRPF, Sunil Kumar, CEO SMVDSB, Mandeep Bhandari, Branch Manager, SBI, Anil Kumar, Branch Manager UBI, Kulbir Singh, Addl SP Katra and officers from Sewa Bharti were present on the occasion.
It is pertinent to mention here that 6th CRPF Batalion has adopted this institution and the inmates are provided all facilities and assistance by CRPF. It is ensured that inmates are given ample opportunities for their personality development. Commandant 6th BN Sunil Kumar informed that under the civic action programme an educational tour will be organized for the children of the home.
The 10 days tour will be flagged off on December 20 and students will visit cities of Jalandhar, Delhi, Agra, Mathura and Jaipur and get an opportunity to acquaint themselves with the rich culture of country and the advancem…

Seva Bharathi continues relief work in Tamil Nadu

Chennai: Seva Bharathi volunteers, who took up relief and rehabilitation work in flood-affected areas in the city and neighbouring districts continued their work.According to a press note, Phase III of rehabilitation work was taken up following a survey by volunteers and the need was accessed.Accordingly, in a jointly programme organised jointly by Seva Bharathi Tamilnadu and Zoho Corporation Pvt Limited at Muthumariamman Temple, MG Nagar, Urapakkam West, on Sunday, materials worth around Rs six lakh were distributed.In a unique way, cows along with calfs were distributed to the locals who requested for the same. Materials like printer, scanner, tailoring tools, electrical tools etc. were also distributed by Durai Shankar, president, Seva Bharathi. S S Chandrasekaran, Zoho Corporation Pvt. Limited was also presentSource


The ICAR Research in Meghalaya joined hands with the Sewa Bharati Meghalaya to educate the farmers. A joint project—Mera Gaon, Mera Gaurav (My Village, My Pride) was formally launched at Marngar on November 24. It was attended by over 150 farmers from five villages—Nalapara-Joigang, Lalumpam, Purangang, Borgang, Nongagang of Marngar at Nongpo in Ri Bhoi District. A team of scientists from ICAR has adopted these villages for successful dissemination of improved technologies under MGMG scheme in association with the Sewa Bharati. Prant Seva Pramukh Shri Surendra Talkhedkar highlighted the importance of the programme. Dr AK Mohanty, Principal Scientist, ICAR Research Complex, Umiam spelt out the action plan of ICAR under MGMG programme and emphasised on 3C and 1S (Community participation, Commodity based village development and Custom hiring based development and Sustainability) for improving the agricultural status of the villages. He asked the farmers to go for zero tillage mustard/len…

Footages of Makkal TV on RSS-Sevabharathi Flood Relief work-2015

Footages of Makkal TV on RSS-Sevabharathi Flood Relief work-2015. The Programme was a thanksgivimg and acknowledge the heroes and goodsamaritans in the worst floods.

Relief Kits for the Tribal Affected of Tamil Nadu Floods

Sewa International along with partner organization Vanavasi Seva Kendram Tamil Nadu has identified 1,675 needy tribal families in Tiruvallur district - one of the severely affected areas.  Sewa International is sponsoring relief kits to 1,000 families, worth Rs. 4000 each, and the distribution of these kits has commenced last week.
We are still looking at sponsors for 675 more kits to be distributed before Makara Sankranti. 
Please click on the picture below for complete Relief kits distribution report and share with your friends.