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Alpha to Omega Newsletter – February 2017

 

  Shree Aniruddha Upasana Foundation  
February – 2017

From the Editor’s Desk

Hari Om Friend,


The month of January started off on an energetic note with Shraddhavan Volunteers gearing themselves for the Kolhapur Medical & Healthcare Camp 2017. This year the camp was held on the 22nd and 23rd January 2017. As in the past this year too the camp was quite eventful. Around 92 villages were covered for free distribution of old clothes, sarees, utensils and health care materials. This unique camp which is organized annually at Pendakhale village is the brain child of Dr. Aniruddha D. Joshi, our beloved Sadguru Bapu. The camp is spread across 10 acres of land with Pandal area of around 1,00,000 sq.ft. More than 3000 volunteers participated in this camp which caters basically to the rural population. This Camp is an eye-opener for the urban populace to know, understand and appreciate the ground realities of ‘Rural India’. ‘Prevention is better than cure’ is the main essence and credo of this camp. Thousands of poor and needy villagers residing in the remote areas of the Kolhapur district benefit from this camp. The enormity of the camp can be gauged from the current year’s statistics. This issue brings us the detailed statistical data pertaining to the current year’s camp.

– Samirsinh Dattopadhye

Contents

  • From The Editor’s Desk
  • Kolhapur Medical and Healthcare Camp 2017
  • Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management
  • Achievers

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Kolhapur Medical and Healthcare Camp 2017

 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Camp area 10 acres
Pandal area 1,00,000 sq.ft.
Health checkup:
No. of villages benefited
257
Distribution of Old Clothes, Utensils and Healthcare material:
No. of villages
No. of families
92
8753
No. of Volunteers
Mumbai
Kolhapur
Total
920
2358
3278

 

SCHOOL MATERIAL DISTRIBUTION:

No. of schools benefited 133
No. of students benefited 9348
No. of uniforms distributed (2 sets for each student up to 7th standard) 11,570
No. of caps distributed 9348
No. of slippers distributed 9348
No. of skipping ropes distributed 756
No. of playing rings distributed 524
No. of Volleyball distributed 163
No. of Frisbees distributed 432

MEDICAL ASPECTS:

No. of participating Doctors 148
No. of Paramedical and Optometrists 149
Health check-up
No. of villagers benefited
No. of students benefited
Total beneficiaries
6252
8672
14924
No. of Eye check-ups 3150
No. of Spectacles distributed 2393
No. of X-Rays 157
No. of ECGs 309
Pathology tests 366
No. of Dental check-ups 240
No. of Pediatric check-ups 84
Orthopedic OPD 619
Gynaecology OPD 84
General Medicine OPD 401
Surgical OPD 185
ENT OPD 223
Skin OPD 335
Physiotherapy 247
No. of dressings 17
Homeopathy 184
Patients referred to Government Hospitals 101


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OTHER MATERIALS DISTRIBUTED TO STUDENTS:

Glucose packets 10000
Tonic (Protorange Plus) 9348 Bottles
Tonic (Benevital) 9348 Bottles
Candles 148020
Matchboxes 78950
Dry fruit packets 9348

DISTRIBUTION OF HEALTH RELATED MATERIALS TO VILLAGERS:

No. of families 8753
Toothpowder
(2 Nos for each family)
17532
Water purifying solution (One 100 ml. bottle/family) 880 liters
Gama Benzyne
(One 100 ml. bottle/family)
880 liters
General combs and Lice combs (One General Comb and one Lice Comb/family) 8753
Soaps (2 Nos/family) 17532 bars
Washing Soap
(300 gm/family)
8753 soaps
Washing Powder
(1 Kg/family)
8753 Kgs

WOOLEN MATERIAL DISTRIBUTED:

Sweaters 1199
Quilts 8753
Toys made from wool for children 301
Baby shawls 32

OTHER MATERIAL DISTRIBUTED:

Different types of clothes (For all age groups) 76000
“Nine-yard” sarees
(Green Coloured)
3839
“Nine-yard” sarees (Printed) 1163
Red Bangles 160000
Bindis 40000 Packets


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During the month

Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management (AADM)

Basic training courses held during January 2017

Three Basic Training courses were held during the month of January 2017:

  1. At AADM Office, Dadar from 16.01.2017 to 22.01.2017Participants: 5
  2. At Jawahar Colony, Aurangabad from 16.01.2017 to 22.01.2017Participants: 25
  3. At Old Viva College, Virar (West) from 30.01.2017 to 05.02.2017Participants: 36

Corporate Course

At the request of Santacruz Education Society , a Corporate Basic Training Course in Disaster Management was held at Santacruz,Mumbai on 6th and 7th January 2017 . 36 members of teaching and non-teaching staff participated and completed the course successfully.

Other Sevas

1. Shree Mahalaxmi Mandir, Mumbai

At the request of authorities of Shree Mahalaxmi Mandir Trust, Mumbai, Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management offered assistance to the Trust’s officials and Police authorities in controlling the crowd on 1st January 2017 – New Year.

Participants: 124 DMVs

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2. Shree Siddhi Vinayak Mandir, Prabhadevi, Mumbai

At the request of authorities of Shree Siddhi Vinayak Ganapati Mandir Trust, Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management offered assistance to the Trust’s officials and Police authorities in controlling the crowd on 1st January 2017 – New Year.

Participants: 122 DMVs

Shree Aniruddha Upasana Foundation

3. Mandhardevi Seva , Wai

At the request of the Wai Collectorate Office and Mandhardevi Trust authorities, Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management (AADM)
deployed 298 Disaster Management Volunteers (DMVs), for controlling crowd at Mandhardevi Yatra from 11th January 2017 to 13th January 2017 at Wai.

Participants: 298 DMVs from Sadguru Shree Aniruddha Upasana Centre Mumbai, Pune, Satara, Phaltan, Karad, Kolaki, Sangli, Aurangabad and Wai

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4. Shree Chinchba Devi Devasthan Jatra, Borli Panchayatan, Raigad

On the occasion of Shree Chinchba Devi Jatra, large number of devotees had turned up to seek the blessings of their deity at Shree Chinchba Devi Mandir, Borli Panchayatan, Raigad. Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management was requested to deploy their volunteers for crowd control & line management on 12th January, 2017.


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Participants: 55 DMVs from Sadguru Shree Aniruddha Upasana Centre Shrivardhan, Borli, Velas, Aadgaon, Aravi, Nagloli and Murud

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5. Mhasa Yatra, Murbad, Dist Thane

Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management (AADM) deployed 170 Disaster Management Volunteers (DMVs) at the request of the Police Authorities of Murbad Police Station and Shree Kamlingeshwar Devasthan Trust, Mhasa, and Authorities of Tehsil Office Murbad for controlling crowd at Shree Kamlingeshwar Devasthan, Mhasa, Murbad, District – Thane for 2 days i.e. on 13th January, 2017 and 15th January, 2017. This was on the occasion of Mhasa Yatra.

Thousands of devotees had thronged to pay obeisance at Shree Kamlingeshwar on these 2 days. The Police Authorities of Murbad Police station, Tehsil Office Murbad and Shree Kamlingeshwar Devasthan Trust appreciated the excellent and continuous support services of DMVs in crowd control and other emergency services that helped in peaceful and disturbance-free celebration of the Yatra in Murbad.

Participants: 170 DMVs

Shree Aniruddha Upasana Foundation

 

6. Shree Ram Mandir, Phaltan

At the request of the Police Authorities of Phaltan Police Station and Shree Naik Nimbalkar Devasthan & Other Charities Trust, Phaltan, Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management (AADM) deployed 63 Disaster Management Volunteers (DMVs), for controlling crowd at Shree Ram Temple during the auspicious event of Makarsankranti on 14th January, 2017 at Phaltan.

Many devotees had gathered to pay obeisance at Shree Ram Temple especially on the event of Vanvasa (Vanvasa is a worship performed by married women especially on the auspicious day of Makarsankranti. The DMVs worked tirelessly right from morning 6.00 am to avert any untoward incidence during the event.

The Police Authorities of Phaltan station and Shree Naik Nimbalkar Devasthan & Other Charities Trust, Phaltan appreciated Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management (AADM) in recognition of its excellent and continuous support services that helped in peaceful and disturbance-free celebration of Makarasankaranti Vanvasa event in Phaltan city.

Participants: 63 DMVs

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Achievers

Ikshitaveera Jadhav

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Heartiest Congratulations to Ikshitaveera Jadhav daughter of Shraddhavan Nileshsinh Jadhav for securing 1st place in the “Healthy Child Contest” arranged by Nalasopara Ayurvedic Medical College.

 

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One comment

  1. Now we can read monthly Alpha to Omega newsletter directly from blog, gives us all updates of various works going on in the sanstha.
    This month’s newsletter features details about Kolhapur Medical Camp. A Mega medical camp organised by Shree Aniruddha Upasana Foundation and its sister organisations in the remote villages of Kolhapur district.

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