.....posts from 'Social Service'
(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.
3 May 2014 – Amritapuri Ashram More than 1,500 women from various parts of India poured into Amritapuri for the two-day event “A Celebration of Empowerment.” This was the capstone event of AMMACHI Labs’ Women Empowerment project, co-funded by the United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF) and Amrita University. The participants all shared one thing in […]
(4 Mar '14)
February 2014, Uttarakhand A group of 73 students from all over Japan came together and travelled to India to help take part in Amma’s rehabilitation of the areas devastated by the 2013 floods in the state of Uttarakhand. Amma pledged to rebuild 500 homes in the area. The first phase of that work is going […]
(1 Feb '14)
In Attappady, an electrician course was conducted at Kottatara Karandara Community Hall for Adivasi youth. The 45 day long course was organized under the auspices of the Amrita Self-Reliant Villages program (Amrita SeRVe) in association with the Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME), Government of India. Amrita SeRVe is a program initiated with […]
(29 Jan '14)
During Amma’s 60th birthday celebrations the adoption project of 101 villages throughout India was launched. The village of Mulli in the Attappady region of Kerala was one among those chosen villages. Attappady is a tribal area nestled deep in the Western Ghats mountain range in the Palakkad district of Kerala. 85% of this pristine land […]
(24 Sep '13)
MAM to give Rs. 100,000 to Families of People Who Perished in Idukki Landslide The Mata Amritanandamayi Math (MAM) will be providing Rs. one lakh to families in Kerala’s Idukki District who lost family members in landslides that struck the region in early August. The fatal landslides in the region were triggered by one of […]
How can anyone live in fear? Most women are victimized for no fault of their own unable to travel and perform mundane activities. In discussions with Amrita University’s Centre for Cyber Security, Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi (Amma), stressed the need for developing technology to protect and make Indian women feel more safe. According to Dr. […]