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The Life of a Volunteer at Sambhavna- a final post

Ian Jarvis is a practitioner and tutor of ‘Spineworks’, a form of physical therapy focusing on the soft tissue of the body. Ian has just returned from his fifth trip to Bhopal, where he has been voluntarily offering his services at the Sambhavna clinic. Ian has been keeping a diary, recording some of his experiences of […]

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Christmas in Bhopal

So, what happens in Bhopal at the time of this Christian festival? Although Christians represent only a relatively small number of Indian people, it is still India’s third most popular religion. In Indian culture, festivals are celebrated with gusto and, in many cases, there seems no reason not to celebrate another’s festival! At the Chingari […]

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Bhopal Disaster campaigner, Satinath Sarangi

‘Stop Mangaluru from becoming another Bhopal’.

Satinath Sarangi, Bhopal Group for Information and Action (BGIA) and Managing Trustee of the Sambhavna Trust Clinic has been speaking at events in Mangaluru (or Mangalore) urging that lessons should be learned from Bhopal to ensure that history does not repeat itself. “Chemical industries necessarily make an impact on the water bodies and Nature which […]

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Jain Priest

The Life of a Volunteer at Sambhavna

Ian Jarvis is a practitioner and tutor of ‘Spineworks’, a form of physical therapy focusing on the soft tissue of the body. Spineworks is a holistic form of spinal therapy which understands the spine in terms of it being just one part of a complex, tension structure of bones and ligaments, as opposed to it […]

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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.