Seva Bharati Ambulances Launched by State endowment minister Shri Vellampally Srinivasa Rao


Seva Bharati is a service organization rendering umpteen services for the last three and half decades. Operating from Vijayawada, the services of Seva Bharati have been speared all across the state. As part of the activities, 4 Ambulances under the auspices of Sri Chalasani Babu Rajendra Prasad on behalf of Chalasani Malathi Memorial Trust, a Mahaprasthanam Radham (Van carrying Corpse) donated by Bolomal Dharamdas Charitable trust and Vikas Tarangini China Jiyyar Swamy trust were inaugurated on 5th June 2021 at Sishu Vidyamandiram, Satyanarayana Puram. The event was presided over Dr Y Sai Kishore, President, Seva Bharati.

Speaking at the Inaugural function, Sri Vellampalli Srinivas, Minister for Endowments, Govt of AP, appreciated the endeavours of Seva Bharati for the cause of the nation. He was reminiscent of his participation in the Service activities undertaken by Seva Bharati in the past also.

Minister Vellampally, Seva Bharati President Dr. Y Sai Kishore, Chalasani Malathi Memorial Trust Vijayawada Trustee Shri Chalasani Babu Rajendra Prasad, Arogyabharathi All India Health Coordinator Dr. Murali Krishna while speaking

Sri Chalasani Babu Rajendra Prasad, the Managing trustee of Chalasani Malathi Memorial Trust which extended financial support for procuring four ambulances, told that volunteers of Seva Bharati are rendering unparalleled services.

Dr Murali Krishna, Coordinator of the All India Aarogya Mitra, explained the activities of seva Bharathi specifically outlining the activities under Health, Education, Habitation and Food.

The Principal domains of activity in Vijayawada are Abhysikas which address the educational needs of the Children of the Hand-to mouth parents who may not be able offer required post school attention to the children who would be studying in the Govt. Schools. The Volunteers are offering education and training in allied areas to such children while distributing

books and school bags to such children. Collecting Rice and old clothes from the society and distributing it to the poor and needy and conduct medical camps are regular features in the service profile of the organization.. At Chinturu in AP, a hospital has been run for the last 22 years catering to about 50 tribal villages offering services to about 3 thousand people. The mobile health unit has been offering services in another 36 villages. In those villages students who passed 10th class are sent to higher education according help up to getting employment for those students through Vidya Vikas Samithi. In that way, help for employment is given to hundreds of such students.

1. Services during COVID-19 pandemic:

During the first wave of the pandemic, Seva Bharati established scores of services centres all over the state and distributed food packets, drinking water and health
ensuring items to migrant labour walking though the highways. Medical help was offered to the needy. 55,000 people got benefitted through the activities.

2. During the Second Wave:

With cooperation from VP Siddhartha Public school 1991 SSC batch B section (NRI) and with the cooperation of so many other donors, 10800 food packets were distributed to the COVID patients, their attendants for the last 33 days at Vijayawada Govt General Hospital and with the cooperation of Akhaya Patra foundation, food distribution is being held at Pinnamaneni Medical College, Chinaauvutupalli and Yanadula colony, Chenchuu colony, etc at Pedaavutupalli benefitting 5000 people for 10 days. 1650 food packets were delivered at their respective houses for the COVID patients in home isolation. 15 volunteers have been rendering services day in and day out.

Ayurveda Medicine distribution: Ayush-64 developed by Ministry of AYUSH for COVID patients was distributed. 20 volunteers undertook the task distributing 2173 kits in Vijayawada while 5896 kits in other districts in AP making a total of 8069. Each kit is RS600/- making the medicines worth Rs. 48,41,400/- have been distributed.

3. Seva Bharati Call Centre:

It is a doctor on call service offering relevant advice for medical and psychological issues. 650 people were benefitted. 21 volunteers worked tirelessly

4. Oxygen Concentrators:

Oxygen concentrators have been arranged for nominal charges. 12 concentrators were offered out of 12, 8were donated by Seva International, 2 by Smt Pathi Lalitha Devi of Swami agencies and the other two by Sri Naveen of Twills Clothing. 21 people got benefitted with the service rendered at nominal cost.

5. COVID Isolation Centre:

A 56 bed capacity Isolation centre with 7 Oxygen beds has been run on behalf of Sri Gopal Rao Thakur Memorial Samithi at Reach Educational Complex at Gannavaram in which 87 patients got admitted out of those 38 patients were discharged on getting totally cured of the Disease. 43 patients are currently in isolation. 5 members were sent for better treatment to other hospitals. Oxygen was administered to 25 patients. 15 Medical staff, Sanitary workers 6, Cooks4, security personnel 4 and a receptionist have been offering their dedicated services in the facility. COREVETA, A subsidiary of DUPONT(MNC), Sri Chigurupati Kumara Swamy and Reach School Management, Gannavaram, have extended financial help for the facility.

In this program sevabharathi Vijayawada website is also launched. Seva Bharati volunteers are pitting their best efforts.

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