Medical Clinic in Botswana

The SSIO of Botswana has operated the Sathya Sai Baba Free Medical Clinic, every Sunday for the past eight years. An eye clinic is also offered twice a month for examinations and providing of spectacles, and a dental clinic is held monthly, on Sundays. In 2014, 21 medical professionals, assisted by 30 volunteers and 3 translators, treated 3,126 patients and dispensed medicines. The eye clinic attracts needy patients from remote locations. In 2014, opticians distributed Read More

Children’s Conference in Russia

The third Children’s Conference with the theme “Sai Children—Future Leaders of the Nation” and the first Children’s Festival were held in January 2015. Thirty-four members of SSIO and children participated in the event, aimed at opening the children’s hearts to love and service to society. The programme included round table discussions on how to make the right choice, role-playing games to help the children develop leadership skills, and workshops conducted by the youth. Read More

Sarva Dharma Choir, Lithuania

In August 2014, the international choir, “Sarva Dharma,” performed at a national meeting of the SSIO of Lithuania in Palanga. The audience was touched by the devotional songs rendered in 11 languages that highlighted the teachings of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. The choir later presented a cultural programme in Kaunas for about 70 guests from Poland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, Read More

Mobile Food Service, Canada

The SSIO of Canada launched a “We Care, We Share” programme in April 2014 to serve meals to the needy from a mobile van. Every month, volunteers prepare food at the Sathya Sai Centre of Ottawa-Carleton, which is then transported in the van and served to the homeless. The service was inaugurated on 24th April 2014, Read More

Cataract Surgeries in Kenya

For the third consecutive year, the Sathya Sai Centre in Mombasa, in cooperation with other charitable organisations, arranged cataract surgeries for rural community residents. Volunteers screened 218 potential patients and identified 17 needy people for cataract surgery. Read More