In April 2017, many of the 85 Sathya Sai Centres and bhajan units in Malaysia served food to the needy, with each unit offering meals to 100–500 homeless individuals in their respective communities. About Read More
Between 26th and 28th February 2016, the SSIO of Malaysia conducted a national teen youth teacher’s training for 51 young adults. The three-day session focused on various aspects of teacher development to help teenagers transition to young adults Read More
The SSIO of Malaysia observed Aradhana Mahotsavam by arranging devotional programmes at the Johor, Ampang, Kuantan, and Temerloh Sathya Sai Centres. Nearly 500 attendees paid respect to Sathya Sai Baba through musical and cultural programmes as well as skits presented by Sathya Sai children and youth. Numerous service activities were organised throughout the country, and a few reports are presented below.
The SSIO organised three blood donation camps, wherein more than 180 pints of blood were collected. Sathya Sai volunteers from the Christian, Baha’i, and Buddhist faiths, along with others, organised a camp for blood donations, and vision and diabetes screening, at Segamat, Johor. In Kulim, 25 volunteers served food to 240 children and elders at orphanages, senior homes, and nursing homes. SSIO members from the Bangsar Centre distributed food and clothing and offered medical assistance to 71 people at a home for the underprivileged in Semenyih. At the Raub Sathya Sai Centre, members provided medical screening for hypertension and diabetes, and distributed food and clothing to the needy. About 30 SSIO members from the Rawang Centre served food to patients at a leprosarium and entertained them with a variety of programmes. Devotees from the Kota Kinabalu Sathya Sai Centre served food lovingly to street children and the homeless, and also entertained patients at the Likas Hospital. SSIO volunteers opened a tailoring centre at Desa Mentari, to provide single mothers and indigent families with the means of learning a trade for earning a livelihood. Finally, Sathya Sai medical professionals and students from MAHSA University offered medical services to 130 refugees from Sri Lanka and Myanmar at the Punjabi School, Jln Haji Salleh, Sentul, Kuala Lumpur.
Twenty-five educators from all parts of Malaysia, who create SSE lesson plans, gathered to prepare a revised standardized framework of SSE and to design a template for lesson plans on 27th and 28th February 2016. Notable guest speakers were invited to speak on 21st century educational needs and Educare, Read More
Following the teaching of Sathya Sai Baba that understanding must come before adjustment, ten Sathya Sai Youth from Malaysia hosted a national interfaith youth event on 16th January 2016. The youth are leaders of the Friendship Group for Inter-religious Service (FGIS), Read More
Buddha Poornima celebrations on 3rd and 4th May 2015 in Prasanthi Nilayam, commemorated Lord Buddha’s birth, enlightenment, and attainment of Pari-Nirvana. Pilgrims from Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia, Lao PDR, Brunei, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan joined in the event, themed “Metta – Loving Kindness.” The two-day programme Read More
From 24th to 27th February 2015, about 300 members of the Sathya Sai International Organisation (SSIO) from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Taiwan celebrated Chinese New Year in Prasanthi Nilayam and offered colourful music and dance programmes to Bhagawan in Sai Kulwant Hall. Sathya Sai volunteers also served the needy of a village in Puttaparthi. Read More
More than 200 people participated in an Educare conference at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during 19th-21st June 2014. The Deputy Education Minister officiated at the event which attracted 140 teachers in Sathya Sai Education and Education in Human Values. Read More
About 300 people attended a self-transformation retreat organized by the SSIO of Malaysia at Cameron Highlands on 22nd and 23rd March 2014. The program has been held since 2010 and has steadily expanded due to demand. Read More
On 18th March 2014, the Sathya Sai Organization of Malaysia, in coordination with others, organised an interfaith gathering to pray for the victims of Malaysian Airline Flight MH370, which disappeared on 8th March 2014. Read More