Kavre was one of the most affected districts, so much so that in the first photo you can see Shri. Upareti ex-Labour Minister of Nepal receiving blankets and windcheaters and afterwards tin sheets from us. His houses in the village were totally devastated. He was so moved by our help that he declared that he […]

Category : Disaster Relief

We received a plea from some villages in Melamchi in Sindhupal Chowk asking for help as very little help was reaching them. By this time tarpaulins were simply not available in Nepal so it was being sourced through India from where it could take anything between a week or ten days for it to get […]

Category : Disaster Relief

In the initial days of the Nepal Earthquake, we were able to extend help to our brothers and sisters in Bhaktapur, Sindhupal Chowk and Kavre districts. Bhaktapur District Rice, Dal, Cooking Oil, Soap as well as Biscuits With the help of the Nepalese army as well as local youth clubs, the ashram volunteers were able […]

Category : Disaster Relief

In the wake of the devastating earthquake in Nepal the Mata Amritanandamayi Math was also there to come forward with an offer to help. Amma immediately sent representatives to Nepal to assess the situation and help in whatever way possible. The Math was engaged in providing basic provisions – Rice, Dal, Clothing, Blankets, etc. Seeing […]

Category : Disaster Relief

The second successful double hands transplant in India was carried out in Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi on 10th April 2015. The recipient of this bilateral hand transplant is Abdul Rahim a 30 year old Captain in Afghanistan border security force. He lost both his hand while attempting to diffuse mines as a part […]

Category : Health Care

On April 11th, 2015, seventy blind children and youth from Thika Primary School of the visually impaired received white canes as part of AYUDHs ‘White C(r)ane Project’. Initiated by blind AYUDH member Matthias, from Germany, youth across Europe had spent the past eight months raising funds to sponsor the project. As a representative of Embracing […]

Category : Social Service

The fourth time Embracing the World teamed up with “Stop Blindness” and “Vision without Borders” to prevent blindness in Kenya. Led by Isabel Maria Signes Soler from Spain conducted 154 surgeries at the Busia Public Hospital between 10th to the 19th April 2015. Busia County is a rural area of Kenya, near to the border […]

Category : Social Service
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