‘Just Walk’ on the South Downs – 7th May 2011

Just Walk is a sponsored UK charity walk for anyone who is keen to get their walking boots on and hike for charity – you can choose to walk 10km, 20km, 40km or 60km routes – so something for everybody.  This event (open to people raising money for any charity) offers breathtaking views over the picturesque South […]

Read More

Donations of time go as far as money

What shall I say..? After seeing the appalling conditions left by the Bhopal gas disaster, the filthy water, the horrendous suffering, I visited the Sambhavna Trust Clinic, a haven of healing run by a dedicated team of doctors and healthworkers. My heart and soul were immediately opened and I knew that this was the place […]

Read More

An eye-opening, unexpected spiritual experience

New Delhi, 7 January 2011: Andrew David Simpson’s rigorous walk or Narmada Parikrama, as it’s popularly known, which he undertook on 17th November last year, in order to raise awareness and money for the victims of Bhopal gas tragedy, finished on 17th December 2010. He is planning to pen down the experiences he had during […]

Read More

Scrubbing a little harder – Lorraine’s New Year at Sambhavna

From: Lorraine’s blogspot – she’ll be posting regular updates from now on, covering everything from the development of Sambhavna’s satellite clinics and health camps in the communities to reports on the water situation and how the medicinal herb garden is growing… A very Happy New Year to all of you, wherever in the world you […]

Read More

The Bhopal Beard-Pal’s Musical Shave-off

Just how popular can a beard be? When it’s attached to well-loved Isle of Wight musician Paul Armfield then the answer seems to be: very popular indeed! For weeks now Paul’s beard has been collecting friends on Facebook, and speculation has been mounting as to what might actually be found underneath it. When at last […]

Read More

We believe Dow & DuPont must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.