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News Archive - Page 65 of 75 - Sevalaya

Framed, for life
at 30 Jan 2015
Category: General

It keeps happening in Sevalaya. Young people from far off nations come to Sevalaya with the intent to serve. Here they find their mission, and engage meaningfully, by adding value in very many ways. Many of them are fascinated by the simple ways of rural living and the unpolluted air. But nothing binds them for […]

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Sevalaya Celebrates Silver Jubilee
Category: Press Release

Express News Service A community college for vocational training and a Medical Centre Offering a free service to the rural community, both shortly to be operational, are two significant milestones to mark the celebration of sevalaya’s silver jubilee. The Medical Centre will have two six-bedded wards, each for men and women, bringing medical facilities close […]

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UK volunteer Irene turns Santa
at On 26th Dec 2014
Category: Celebrations

Gifts footwear to all residents on Christmas evening Irene Nicoll, volunteer in Sevalaya has come a long way from Scotland to spend time with the children of Sevalaya for Christmas. At the age of 59 she is more energetic and dances with the children when she teaches them Christmas Carols. When Irene shared her experiences […]

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Joy of giving : The way of life
Category: Celebrations

Dear Friends, Wish you all a merry Christmas and happy New Year! During this time of the year, we think of holidays, celebrations, church etc. Most importantly we think of Santa Claus. What a great personality – to be able to meet children and keep giving gifts! wherever he goes, children with smiling faces will […]

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Clear ‘Vision’ for villagers
at On 20th Dec 2014
Category: General

 Over 11,500 in 40 backward villages benefit from eye camps The role of Sevalaya in providing good quality education to the poor underprivileged children free of cost is well known. Sevalaya also focusses its attention on another area, health , which is neglected by the villagers for various reasons like poverty, inaccessibility to hospitals and […]

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