December 29, 2004
PUNE, India update: Doctors & Volunteers for Tsunami ReliefTopics: Southeast Asia Earthquake and Tsunami
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Southeast Asia Tsunami Update-Doctors & Volunteers for Tsunami Relief.
Following info being passed along from (tsunamihelp.blogspot.com)
1. The S.M.Joshi memorial foundation's Arogya Sena is planning to send a team of medical experts and volunteers to Tamil Nadu and other affected places to assist in the relief operations. Those wishing to join the effort may contact Dr Abhijit Vaidya on Pune mobile no.98505 88008 (prefix 0 while dialling from outside Pune).
2. Rotary club of Pune Riverside is sending a team of Rorarians with relief material for Tamil Nadu, Andamans, Andhra and Kerala. The team is leaving Pune on 1st Jan.2005. Relief material like packaged food, vessels, biscuits and blankets can be handed over to them. For details contact, Rohit Jerajani on Pune Ph.26134686.
3. On behalf of Women's Collective based in Chennai, NGO Maitri is accepting the following: Rice (in sealed bags of 1 kg.), bed sheets and funds. A collection centre is being opened at Padale Palace, off Karve Road, Pune (Ph.25446511).
For any details regarding material to be sent to local Red Cross office at M.G.Road,Pune OR contributions to be made, please call me at Pune cell no.98220 04752 or write in at firstname.lastname@example.org. Vijaya
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Posted by Hyscience at December 29, 2004 11:53 PM
Voluteers for Tsunami Relief
Manav Seva Kendra, New Delhi is sending a team of voluteers to assist the local organisations working in the tsunami affected districts of Tamil Nadu.
To know more about the procedure of registration contact 9818566622 or write to email@example.com
Posted by: Sanjay Kulkarni at January 6, 2005 1:36 AM
I am an american Physician Assistant traveling to Hyderabad on January 13, accompanying my wife to a scientific conference. I would like to take part in tsumnami relief in India while there. Am scheduled to return to USA on Jan. 22, but could probably stay longer. Can anyone direct me to a contact where to volunteer?
Posted by: William Matthews at January 7, 2005 12:07 PM
I am a 25 year old Mumbai resident keen to help out in the Tsunami Relief operations as a volunteer. I am a good listener and a has a good grasp over south indian languages.Please tell me at the earliest whom to contact.
Posted by: shannonsamuel at January 9, 2005 6:19 AM
I am a Mumbai resident, and would like to volunteer in relief work.
Some of my friends are also interested. Please direct.
Posted by: Amol Jadhav at January 10, 2005 7:24 AM
I am an Italian citizen and would like to cooperate as a volunteer in a local organisation for tsunami victims.
Pls send me terms and conditions or info where I can apply.
Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.
Posted by: Sascha at March 24, 2005 3:05 PM
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