Public Meetings in Countries of Zone 8

Public meetings are organised twice a year in Zone 8 countries to provide information about Bhagawan’s life and teachings, and about SSIO activities. In November 2014, more than 330 newcomers to the SSIO and 300 SSIO members from 44 cities attended public meetings in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine. Read More

Bhagawan’s Birthday Celebration in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine

On 23rd November 2014, more than 1,000 people celebrated Bhagawan’s birthday at various locations in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine. Inspirational talks, presentations, videos, devotional singing, and concerts were organised by Sathya Sai volunteers, SSE children, and teachers. Read More

Visiting Children at Rainbow of Hope Centre, Moldova

In October 2014, Sathya Sai volunteers visited children residing at the Rainbow of Hope Centre in Moldova. The children were given a lesson on the seminal topic, Who am I? They participated actively in discussions as well as a number of games. Sathya Sai volunteers also distributed clothes and served food. The children thanked the volunteers and urged them to come back soon.

Education in Human Values, Moldova

On 3rd June 2014, Sathya Sai devotees from Chisinau, the country’s largest city, conducted EHV classes for 16 children at the Children’s Home of Vadul lui Voda settlement, located 20 km from Chisinau. Lessons were given on positive thinking, right conduct, building loving relationships, and the importance of good company. The programme concluded on Children’s Day with the distribution of toys and fruits, as well as clothes. Read More

2013 Avatar Declaration Day – Russia and Adjoining Countries

Over 310 participants from Russia and six adjoining countries lovingly served food to more than 1,100 people in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Moldova and Kyrgyzstan. In addition to hot meals, fresh home-baked items, cookies and candy were distributed. Low-income families and people with disabilities were given food packages. Clothes, shoes, medicines and personal care products were also distributed to the needy. In some cities of Russia, volunteers also cleaned up areas near the food distribution sites. Read More