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Neela’s Yoga Nidra Recording and YfB Fundraiser

In support of The Bhopal Medical Appeal’s Yoga for Bhopal project, Neela Masani, the founder of Yoga Shanta in Sussex, has kindly provided us with a special Yoga Nidra audio recording. Yoga Nidra is a deep form of meditation and conscious relaxation. It is practised lying down, is deeply restorative and especially helpful for reducing […]

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Red River Yoga for Bhopal Fundraiser Raises €125!

A huge thank you to organiser Danny Cusack, instructor Marion Gilsenan and the Red River Yoga studio in Navan, Ireland, who’s Yoga for Bhopal Week Fundraiser raised €125 for the Bhopal clinics! Danny kindly provided us with the following round-up of the event: ‘On the afternoon of Sunday, 20th September a small and intimate gathering, […]

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Covid-19 Update: Last Week in Bhopal

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. Last week, beginning October 5th, teams of Community Health Volunteers screened nearly […]

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Welcome New Trustee Annie Murray!

Please join us in welcoming the newest Trustee of the Bhopal Medical Appeal, Annie Murray. Annie is a writer with an educational background in literature, psychology of religion and journalism in the charity sector. She has been a fundraiser for the BMA since 2009 and also involved in campaigning, including participation in the ‘Die-In’ protest […]

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Fiona’s Pilton Jumble Sale Raises £200!

A huge thank you to our long-time supporter Fiona Case and her friend Jenny, who ran a stall at a Jumble Trail in their hometown of Pilton over August bank holiday weekend to fundraise for the clinics in Bhopal. Despite the event being a little more limited than usual due to coronavirus restrictions, they succeeded […]

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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.