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DINA MALAHAR [April 2007]

(Translation - In Alikuppam Fishermen Village,East Coast Road, Kancheepuram-District The Tsunami Houses are dedicated for the Tsunami affected people at Alikuppam by Mr.Reinhard Berle in the presence of Mr.J.P.Singh and Mr.Gurubaran. President, Vadanemely.)
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DAINIK JAGRAN [April 23, 2007]

Selfless Community Service
is indeed a good deed: Asha

Guptkashi , Jagran Representative : A free medical camp was organized for the sick and the handicapped under the aegis of Grahmin Samudaik Vikas Sewa Sansthan. Over two hundred and fifty patients were examined. The camp was sponsored by KHW-Dehradun. [READ COMPLETE NEWS REPORT]

AMAR UJJALA [April 23, 2007]

325 Patients Examined in Camp  

Guptkashi (Rudraprayag). A free medical camp was organized at the local Government Inter College by KHW and Grahmin Samudaik Vikas Sewa Sansthan. Three hundred and twenty five patients were examined and free medicines were distributed. The camp was inaugurated by the region's MLA (Member of Legislative Assembly), Mrs. Asha Nautiyal. She appreciated the efforts of organizing such camps in a remote area deprived of medical facilities.
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TIMES OF INDIA, DOON PLUS [December Saturday 30, 2006]

WHEN TSUNAMI STRUCK
Dehradun-based civil society KHW-India has been working relentlessly towards the rehabilitation of tsunami-affected villages for the past two years.

"KHW-INDIA is not a disaster relief and rehabilitation organization in real sense. So until February 2005 we did not do anything much except direct our contacts to other groups who had experience and capacity in the particular area. However, 24X7 media coverage and a personal desire to contribute resulted in my first visit to Tamil Nadu in February 2005. visiting deserted village after village brought out the reality of the disaster more tangibily in a way that TV and print media had not. It was really heart breaking," says Jaywant P. Singh Director, KHW-India. [READ COMPLETE NEWS REPORT]

INDIAN EXPRESS [January Saturday 28, 2006]

REACHING THE UNREACHED

... J P Singh Asia Director of Kinderhilsferk said, restoration of lively hood assests of identified communities, support to the federation of headload women fish vendors, development of alternative livelyhood options for Tsunami survivors... [ READ MORE ]

 


ARCHIVE NEWS STORIES

GARHWAL POST [December 4, 2005]
SUJAN SINGH - LIFE LESS ORDINARY

TIRUPORUR [ December 3, 2005 ]
FIBRE BOAT DISTRIBUTION FOR THE TSUNAMI AFFECTED FISHERMEN COMMUNITY

DINA THANTHI [November 30, 2005) LIVELIHOOD ASSET DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION

TIMES OF INDIA, DOON PLUS [August 13, 2005]
SUCCESS STORY FROM A SLUM

DAINIK JAGRAN
HEALTH CAMP FOR THE DISABLED

DINA MALHAR [October 10, 2005]
WELFARE ACTIVITIES NEAR VEDARANYAM

THE GAZETTE [June 2005]
A DIFFERENT WORLD

DINA THANTHI [OCTOBER 11, 2005]
TSUNAMI REHABILITATION PROGRAMME WAS ORGANISED AT CHERUTHALAIKADU NEAR VEDARANYAM

 

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