The Noccan Kani House, which belongs to the SSIO of Argentina, is located in a poverty-stricken area approximately 20 kilometres from the city of Santa Fe, near a settlement of about 2,000 aboriginal people. Sathya Sai volunteers have rendered loving services at the Noccan Kani house, a two-story building with adjoining structures for medical and dental services, for the last 22 years. Twice weekly, volunteers from Santa Fe provide meals, conduct Sathya Sai Education in Human Values workshops, organise recreational activities and distribute toys, sweets, clothing, footwear, food and infant supplies to needy people. Medical care is provided bimonthly to the low-income community by eight medical and general volunteers. Mothers from the local community receive instruction in dressmaking and in human values. Sathya Sai medical, vision, and veterinary camps are also organised here periodically by the SSIO of Argentina. On 10th August 2014, Children’s Day was celebrated joyfully at the Noccan Kani House and at another location a few miles away, with the local community.


Argentina - Children receiving presents on Childrens Day - Noccan Kani Argentina - Clowns playing with children - Noccan Kani Argentina - Devotees organising games with children - Noccan Kani