Guru Poornima at Sathya Sai School, Kisaju, Kenya

On 27th July 2014, Sathya Sai Centres in Kenya observed Guru Poornima by organizing a programme with the theme “Devotion to Duty.” More than 200 people attended the day-long programme at the Sathya Sai School in Kisaju, which began with an exhibition by the students of Sathya Sai Education in Human Values. An official from the Ministry of Education cut the ribbon to inaugurate the newly-built volleyball and basketball courts in the school play grounds. He also expressed appreciation for the school and its contribution to the local community.

Spiritual Camp in Greece

The third spiritual camp in “Sai Prema” was held in Greece from 27th July to 5th August 2014. More than 30 Sathya Sai devotees from Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia, Finland and and Greece came together to sing bhajans, meditate, conduct prayers, chant the Vedas, and organise other activities. Read More

Guru Poornima in China

In observance of Guru Poornima, Sathya Sai volunteers provided a local orphanage in Guangzhou with bananas, milk, cakes, daily necessities and wall fans for the summer season. They played and conversed lovingly with about 25 children. Around 35 Sathya Sai devotees also attended Bhajans at the Indian Community Center.

Youth Meeting in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

In July 2014, Sathya Sai Youth held a meeting at the Sai Centre in Santo Domingo. In preparation for the Latin American Youth Conference, scheduled to be held in the Dominican Republic in 2015, 32 youth from six Sathya Sai Centres along with SSIO members organised this meeting. The development of communications skills, daily responsibilities in life, and the organisation of the Youth Conference were some of the key topics discussed.

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Serving Blind Children in Lao PDR

Sathya Sai volunteers have served food to blind children on the 23rd of every month for the past 12 years at a local school in Lao PDR that houses 43 children currently. On 19th July 2014, as a part of a new service initiative titled “United Hearts for Sai Children,” about 20 Sathya Sai youth and SSEHV students washed and cut the blind children’s hair and trimmed their nails. Read More