Missionaries of Charity Christmas and New Year’s Party, Harlem, New York, January 2012 The Sri Chinmoy Centres prepared 150 gift bags containing new hats, scarves, gloves, socks and a soft toy, as well as school supplies. The nuns distributed them to children and homeless adults in Harlem. We also supplied new clothing, hygiene kits, gifts… Read More »
Raisa Maximovna Gorbachev Hospital, St. Petersburg, Russia, January 2012 Sri Chinmoy’s humanitarian service team has had the honor of serving President and Mrs. Gorbachev since 1991. For many years our main focus was to send chemotherapy and medical technology to Russian hospitals to assist in the treatment of children with leukemia. In January 2012, in… Read More »
Our organization is cooperating with doctors from the Czech organization Hand for Help on building a quickly assembled hospital in Haiti destroyed by the earthquake. The 3 Hospital Units (a operating unit, a maternity unit and a outpatients´ department) has been built by portable polyurethane blocks (it took to assamble the 3 hospital units just… Read More »
In March 2011 a modern X-ray system was sent to the emergency department of the main hospital in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.
Japan was hit by an earthquake and a tsunami on March 11, 2011. Hundreds of thousand people lost their homes and many of them even their dear ones, relatives and friends. Czech and Slovak children made Drawings of Love to support Japanese children living in the affected areas. Over 1.500 drawings were sent to Japan… Read More »
By Harashita (Tokyo) The European Oneness-Heart-Tears and Smiles coordinator Abhisar from Czech Republic, a professional pantomimer Vlado from Slovakia, and 3 local staff (Akanda-from-Mongolia, Usra, and Harashita) paid a visit to northern Japan. During our two-day visit on July 11 & 12, we visited 6 schools and 1 shelter in 3 cities in Miyagi… Read More »
The Oneness-Heart-Tears and Smiles served the Mother and Child Community Development Foundation, a humanitarian organization led by the First Lady of Ghana, together with the leaders of Parliament from several parties and local NGOs, in a unique and fruitful partnership between national government and civil society with a focus on treating Buruli, a terrible disease… Read More »