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Weekend Volunteering

Hello Friends,


Good Morning, As this Sunday is 4th Sunday of the month, Manav Parivar is having their pre schedul medical camp at village Matar, Dis. Kheda, Gujarat. I am preparing my self to go there as Winter is already started.


Me, my two son and my wife all be going from tonight for Weekend Volunteering in these medical camp. Little about medical camp. The single day OPD which starts on Sunday morning and also end on Sunday is having around 7000 patients. Few statistical data to share with you friends. More than 16000 people to be managed all together. More than 250 volunteers to deal with. many more things.

You got excited to see the pictures? i am going to take it for you and will going to share it with you. ok?

I wish you a nice, happy, creative and joy giving weekend. Take care of your self.



Free Food for homeless people in Ahmedabad

Good Morning friends, 

I join a team of volunteer who were distributing free food to the homeless people in Ahmadabad from manavparivar. They were having Khichadi with them. They found 3 kids on street and when they ask them “do you want to eat?” they were so happy that time. I think it was happiest moment to see those people smiling with the view of food for them. 

As it was outside and night time the picture was not clear but I still want to capture that in camera and I take following two pics. See the smile and happiness on the faces of these kids. I think this is best way to do charity. I am glad to do such nice activity as volunteer.

Medical Camp @ manavparivar-matar

Few more pictures of free medical camp at manav parivar-matar.

Free Medical Camp @ manavparivar-matar

Good Morning friends, 

My visit to free medical camp at manavparivar matar was excellent. I have taken few pictures at 7-30 am in the morning. I like to share with you all here.

Volunteering as weekend activity

Good evening, 

Fourth Saturday today and tomorrow will  be fourth Sunday. Time to go to give free service to free medical camp organize by manav parivar at matar. I am so exited to go to matar. 

Tomorrow will be may 24, 2009. Fourth Sunday of the month, me and my family is going to Free medical camp organize by manavparivar at Matar, Kheda, Gujarat, India.

The sit is a remote area and its in farms. We can see farms all around. It is so lovely view. I found nature all around there. Trees, farms, sky all are so live. 

I am going to leave from my city Ahmedabad around 10-00 pm tonight and going to reach at matar in an hour and half. I am going to give my free service there and we will come back Sunday late evening. I am going to work for all most 16-18 hours but it will not make me tired. It is going to charge me for next two weeks. 15000+ people will be there and 500+ volunteers are going to give their free services to manage the system. Its really a unique medical camp and I am so happy to be part of such a huge humanitarian activity. I feel I be blessed by god to be part of such a large scale charitable activity. 

Ok friends I wish you all a Happy Weekend. Enjoy your self in positive and creative way and if possible share happiness to all.

Creating Chetna’ on safe motherhood

Good Evening friends,


I am going to matar as tomorrow is second Sunday of April. Manav Parivar is going to organizer their roution medical camp and I am going to give my free service over there. I read something interesting on times of india website. I like to share that news with you all. CHETNA, a ahmedabad base NGO is taking action towards safe motherhood.


More than 60% of pregnant women in Gujarat between 15 and 49 years are anaemic. Highlighting the barriers in maternal health in state and country, centre for health education, training and nutrition awareness (CHETNA), a non-government organisation based in Ahmedabad conducted a study and has listed lack of transport for medical access, high medical cost and other socio-cultural factors resulting into the poor state of maternal health.


This was done in relation with safe motherhood initiative, a world-wide effort that aims to reduce the number of deaths and illnesses associated with pregnancy and childbirth.


Founder director of CHETNA, Indu Capoor says, “More than 60 per cent of maternal deaths take place immediately after the delivery, with more than half occurring within a day. Every minute, a woman dies as a result of pregnancy or childbirth.”


On achieving safe motherhood, Capoor says, “Safe motherhood can be achieved by providing high-quality maternal health services to all women during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period.


“Care by skilled health personnel before, during, and after childbirth, emergency care for life-threatening obstetric complications, services to prevent and manage complications of unsafe abortion and family planning are some among others,” she said.