Category: Zone 4

Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos (Lao PDR), Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand

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Medical Camp in Sri Lanka

To receive medical care, villagers in Maruthankernikulam in the Batticaloa District are forced to walk to Vakarai, a town about 30 km away. To alleviate the situation, the SSIO organised a medical camp on 5th May 2018 in Maruthankernikulam. A team of five doctors, one…

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2018 Easwaramma Day Celebrations in Thailand

The 6th of May is celebrated as Easwaramma Day every year, commemorating the anniversary of the passing of the saintly lady who was mother to the physical form of  Sathya Sai Baba. In Thailand, the SSIO celebrated Easwaramma Day on 19th May 2018. More than…

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Service to At-Risk Youth in Thailand

On 10th June 2018, 25 SSIO volunteers organised semi-annual service activities at the Good Shepherd Sisters’ Home, which caters to about 70 at-risk young girls. The evening began with devotional singing, followed by a Thai dance programme by the residents. The residents, nuns, staff and…

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Sathya Sai Convention in Malaysia

Petaling Jaya is a major Malaysian city originally developed as a satellite township for Kuala Lumpur, in the Petaling District of Selangor. About 1,500 people attended a convention held by the SSIO of Malaysia on 26th May 2018 in Petaling Jaya. The event opened with…

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Adopt a Village Programme in Thailand

Members of the SSIO in Thailand organised village service as part of a village adoption programme. Volunteers packed and distributed care packages of rice, oil, sugar, noodles, milk, cookies and diapers to 18 families and needy people in the village. SSIO members visited four former employees of the…

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Spiritual Camp in Thailand

During 24th–25th March 2018, a sadhana (spiritual practice) camp was held at the Sathya Sai School in Lopburi, themed “Service to Man Is Service to God.” SSIO leaders gave

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