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Covid-19 Update: Week of October 19th

Every week in Bhopal, Community Health Workers (CHW’s) from Sambhavna and teams of Community Health Volunteers (CHV’s) from local neighbourhoods screen local residents for Covid-19 symptoms, refer those who test positive for treatment, and carry out other essential community health work for survivors. In the week beginning October 19th, teams of Community Health Volunteers screened […]

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Bhopal 36th Anniversary Webinar December 2nd

We would like to invite all our supporters to join us for a webinar to mark the 36th anniversary of the Bhopal gas disaster, this December 2nd at 10-11am GMT. To mark the 36th anniversary, the event will feature a range of speakers including doctors, technical experts, and Sambhavna community health workers. They will discuss […]

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Covid-19 Update: Week of October 12th

Every week in Bhopal, Community Health Workers (CHW’s) from Sambhavna and teams of Community Health Volunteers (CHV’s) from local neighbourhoods screen local residents for Covid-19 symptoms, refer those who test positive for treatment, and carry out other essential community health work for survivors. In the week beginning October 12th, teams of Community Health Volunteers screened […]

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Brighton Marathon Postponed

The 2021 Brighton Marathon weekend, which was due to take place on the weekend of 16th April, has been postponed until the weekend of 10-12 September, 2021. This is due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and we at the BMA fully support this decision to ensure the safety of all participants and attendees. We still […]

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Peter Blackaby’s Yoga for Bhopal Event Raises £1600!

A huge thank you to Peter Blackaby, who’s Yoga for Bhopal Zoom Workshop on October 16th raised a incredible £1600 for the Bhopal clinics! Peter has more than 30 years experience as a yoga instructor and is the author of the book Intelligent Yoga, which teaches yoga practitioners to follow the innate intelligent of the body […]

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We believe Dow 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.