Serving the Needy in Ranchito, Mexico

The Ranchito is a community of people living in extreme poverty in Monterrey, Mexico. In desperation, homeless people had built makeshift homes there of cardboard and wood, or cement in a few cases. The settlement was subsequently destroyed by a fire in 2014, rendering 23 families homeless and destitute once again. Sathya Sai volunteers and community members of Monterrey joined hands to rebuild the homes destroyed in the fire. The Sathya Sai Centre of Monterrey supplied cooking utensils for the people of Ranchito and held a medical camp Read More

Village Improvement Project in Laos

On 8th–10th April 2016, Sathya Sai volunteers organised medical camps and village improvement projects in three villages in the remote district of Dakchung. A team of six doctors, three dentists, two pharmacists, and five volunteers from Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, and India worked tirelessly to conduct 800 medical examinations, 300 dental procedures, and distribution of medicines. As part of a poverty eradication programme, Read More