Monthly Archives: September 2013

Sambhavna Volunteers: Harshit

Harshit Charles is a 21 year old student who has been volunteering at Sambhavna since the beginning of May 2013. Harshit has been photographing the daily activities at Sambhavna and working with digital media to produce photographs for a new Sambhavna brochure. If you are interested in volunteering your skills at Sambhavna then get in […]

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US Screening Tour of Bhopali Documentary

This autumn, Van Maximilian Carlson’s critically acclaimed documentary Bhopali will be screened throughout the US and Canada in a city near you! Sanjay Verma, survivor-activist, whose story of profound loss and hope is told throughout the film, will be present. He is traveling all the way from India to be at each screening to share his perspective […]

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Photographer Alex Masi wins 2nd Prize in Invisible Photographer Asia Award

Acclaimed photographer Alex Masi wins 2nd Prize in the Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) photo essay award for his long-term photography project ‘Bhopal Second Disaster.’ Alex visited Bhopal nearly three decades after the 1984 gas leak which is the world’s worst industrial disaster. Masi photographed the community’s struggles with the fallout from the disaster, specifically water […]

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Ian’s Blog: A Bhopal Diary

Please follow Ian Jarvis’ blog. Ian is shortly heading out to the Sambhavna Clinic for his second stint as a volunteer. Ian is a physical therapist from the UK. Ian documented his last trip in a e-book entitled ‘3 Months In Bhopal’ and the sales of this book have raised the BMA an incredible £1500. […]

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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.