.....posts from 'Social Service'
(27 Sep '14)
27 Sep 2014, Amritapuri Amritavarsham – Amma’s 61st Birthday celebrations As part of Amma’s dream that everyone in the world should have a solid roof over their head, the Mata Amritanandamayi Math has constructed more than 45,000 homes for the homeless in more than 75 locations across India since 1998. Often, in response to floods, […]
The Amrita Sphuranam project of Amrita Centre for Wireless Networks and Applications, the Mata Amritanandamayi Math will be providing solar-powered electrification for the entire rural village of Motakkara in Wayanad. Amrita Sphuranam was created as part of Amrita University’s Live-in-Labs Program and the Mata Amritanandamayi Math’s Amrita SeRVE initiative to make 101 villages in India […]
(1 Sep '14)
Attappady, 27 Aug 2014 Computer and tailoring classes in progress for the tribals as part of the women empowerment program in Attappady, Kerala.
Two PreMed students from the USA chose to spend part of their summer break doing a rural internship project organised by Amrita University. Roshan Nair (Siena College, New York) and Divya Ramachandran (Loyola University, Illinois) spent 3 weeks, from mid July 2014, learning about the problems of alcohol addiction in Kerala. The students set a […]
(26 Aug '14)
Nearly 11 months have passed since Amrita SeRVe was officially launched during Amma’s 60th birthday celebrations. Village clusters have been identified in 27 states of India and work has begun in the seven focus areas of Health, Education, Water and Sanitation, Agriculture, Eco-Friendly Infrastructure, Income Generation and Self-Empowerment. Many activities are ongoing in all states. […]
(21 Aug '14)
19 August 2014 – Amritapuri Ashram This past week more than 70 tribals and villagers from remote areas — all living below the poverty line — came to Amritapuri Ashram for Amma’s darshan. Inspired by Amma’s efforts to uplift the remote village populations throughout India, devotees and ashram residents helped to bring the villagers here […]
(11 Aug '14)
As part of the Amrita SeRVe project, volunteers conduct a ‘fabric painting’ course in Mangalore, one of the 101 villages that MAM has adopted.