.....posts from 'Disaster Relief'
(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
(1 Mar '10)
MAM has started the construction of houses in the Raichur District of North Karnataka on the 2nd of Feb. The construction of the houses are in progress. See photos..
(18 Feb '10)
February 17 – Bengaluru, Bharata Yatra 2010 ` The Chief Minister of Karnataka, BS Yeddyurappa, was on hand today to receive the symbolic key of the first 100 houses built by MAM for the 2009 flood victims. Upon receiving the key from Amma, the Chief Minister in turn handed it over to the deputy commissioner […]
(14 Feb '10)
2 Feb 2010, Raichur, Karnataka MAM has started the construction of houses in the Raichur District of North Karnataka for the victims of the major flooding that took place there in early October 2009.
(24 Jan '10)
Manila, Philippines On 16 January 2010, a slum in Manila was ignited in a massive fire, killing a five-year-old girl, gutting over 500 shanties and leaving 4,000 people homeless. Br. Shantamrita and other volunteers accompanied Phillippines Senator Jamby Madrigal to Paco, Metro-Manila, to provide badly needed relief for over 1,000 families who had lost their […]