.....posts from 'Disaster Relief'
(24 Jul '11)
Tokyo, Japan, July 23 Amma announced a donation of one million US dollars towards the relief and rehabilitation of Japanese disaster victims, particularly for the education of children who lost both their parents in the devastating March 11 tsunami. The donation will be made by Mata Amritanandamayi Center (MA Center) USA along with Amma’s global […]
(1 May '11)
Volunteer doing hand massage for one of the refugee at the camp Volunteers helping with the laundry Miyoki Ochi and Minako Hayashi, washing the useable clothes Within three days of the disaster, Embracing the World sent its first group of volunteers to the affected areas to distribute food and water for the refugees. After two […]
(19 Mar '11)
Amritapuri Since first day after the earthquake in Japan, there were prayer circles for the victims every day. Daily after the evening bhajans, all have been chanting 108 ‘Lokah Samastha’ mantra sitting around the map of Japan with lamps lit around it.
(7 Aug '10)
242 families from the flooded islands of Raichur were given free house by Mata Amritanandamayi Math. Chief Minister handed over the keys to the houses
(20 Mar '10)
10 March 2010, Raichur, Karnataka Sixty students from Japan’s IVUSA (International Volunteer University Student Association) came from Tokyo to join Amma’s house construction project at Raichur in Karnataka. They stayed for more than a week and started spending their days in hot sun helping the construction of the houses. Temperature touched above 42 degrees and […]
(13 Mar '10)
9 March 2010, San Ramon, USA Amma is starting an orphanage in Haiti in order to care of children who lost their relatives in the earthquake of 12 January 2010. A four-story house rented in Laboulle, a suburb in the hills outside of Port-au-Prince, which is in the process of being converted into an orphanage. […]
(4 Mar '10)
Japanese University students participating in the free house construction at Raichur for the flood victims