The Wasichana Wote Wasome (WWW) project has the goal to improve school enrolment, retention, attendance and learning outcomes of girls in school throughout Kenya. The project, funded by the UK government, consists of a consortium of five organizations, with AMURT being the lead implementing partner in Samburu and Mombasa Counties. Read more
Following the 2015 earthquake in Nepal AMURT has been providing skills and small enterprise training to 20 women’s groups in three communities in Sindupalchowk District. Most of the women participants are from low-income backgrounds. With AMURT’s support, the women have started enterprises ranging from liquid soap making, to tailoring, to vegetable gardening. Read more
Food for All is a non-profit organization that strives to provide emergency food to those who are in temporary situations of need. Our clients are generally elderly citizens, handicapped, or single mothers with young children. Each week we accept referrals from social workers who have been contacted by individuals, and in some cases, we receive calls directly from individuals in need. Read more
AMURT’s model of community-based collaborative healthcare in Nigeria has proven effective, with over 1965 successful births taking place in 2016 in the seven AMURT-supported health centers in three local government areas in Ebonyi state. In Offia Oji alone, 85% of the women are coming to the health center for delivery. This is remarkable given that previsouly the vast majority of women were giving birth at home or with a traditional birth attendant, a risky endeavor if faced with any birth-related complications. Read more
AMURT has been instrumental in normalizing school life for over a thousand students after the traumatizing 2015 earthquake. The initial focus was to make the schools useable again, so AMURT retrofitted 25 damaged classrooms, and rebuilt four new classrooms, in 13 schools. Read more
AMURT has been involved with the hunger problem amongst the poor and the homeless in Los Angeles for the last 25 years. Our breakfast feeding through Mama D’s Kitchen is legendary amongst the folks of Skid Row. It makes a huge difference in their lives. The program is maintained entirely by volunteers and public donations. Read more
AMURT is establishing a number of regional hubs in Kenya that will serve as engines of development into the foreseeable future. These development centers reflect AMURT’s commitment to long-term dialogue and action with local communities to support their efforts to improve life. Read more
Ramananda was AMURT secretary in India, and was earlier the personal assistant of P.R.Sarkar. He has now passed away and was cremated 20/6 – 2016. “The mortal remains of Ramananda ji has been put on funeral pyre and we are only left with the memories of a dynamic personality who took the word ” relief work ” as his life and transformed the lives of thousands suffering due to natural calamities.” Ac. Nirmohananda Avadhuta
Here follow letters from Acarya Ramananda Avadhut:
Mass feeding was held today on 08-06-2014 in our Mass Feeding centre near Pundag Railway Station . More than 200 poor people of six villages such as Shalgram, Darikuri, Pundag, chaukibera, Singhaghara and Hatinada took their meals. Even during scorching heat people came and enjoyed their meals
A wonderful program was organized in AMURT Bhavan Complex on 14th and 15th May 2014 to celebrate the 93 birth anniversary of Lord Shrii Shrii Anandamurtiji. 52 village school teachers were given school uniforms, 150 saris and 150 dhotis were given to poor old men and men of 52 villages around Anandanagar to mark this auspicious occasion. It was really a memorable day for all. Three hours kiirtan was held before starting the program in AMURT Bhavan complex where all the programs took place. Some photos are being sent for your information.
The most powerful Hurricane in the Caribbean in a decade passed over Haiti with devastating results. AMURT has a large team in Haiti who from the first day fanned out to remote communities to assess and assist. You can donate for these efforts here. Read more
In September 2014, the kashmir region witnessed disastrous floods across majority of its districts caused by torrential rainfall. About 500 people died during the floods, one million affected. AMURT distributed food to affected people.