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Tuesday, 4 January, 2005

IAHV and Art of Living in the media


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Media Updates:

It was in this atmosphere of confusion and frayed tempers that the Art of Living volunteers were not only providing relief materials, but also conducted courses for the affected people that would help them maintain their composure.

"They bring solace to the mindset ... help them in accepting life," said Sadyojatha, a senior faculty of the Art of Living. Noting that the foundation was working in the area for six months, he said the volunteers were working in all tsunami affected areas, including the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and reached relief materials. The foundation proposes to open orphanages for the children, who lost their parents and homes for destitutes.
Donations collected will be sent to International Association for Human Values, an educational and humanitarian organization which successfully provides services in five major areas of need.
Dubai volunteers lend a hand in Andamans, Sri Lanka:

Previous IAHV related post on this blogger is here.
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Anonymous Anonymous said :

AID (America for India Development) has indulged in deception and quietly removed the reference to DYFI (militant group) from its website. This proves that they are all CHEATS!

Also, NOT a SINGLE AID volunteer touched a dead body, but they are claiming credit for organizing removal of dead bodies by standing next to those who remove dead bodies!

Wed Jan 05, 01:28:00 AM IST