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Michael Eavis becomes patron of the Bhopal Medical Appeal

English dairy farmer and founder of the Glastonbury Festival, Michael Eavis CBE has become the new patron of UK-based charity, the Bhopal Medical Appeal (BMA) which funds the award-winning, free Sambhavna Clinic in Bhopal, India – site of the world’s worst industrial disaster, the 1984 Union Carbide gas leak. Following the BMA’s growing volunteer litterpicker […]

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Commemorating the 26th anniversary

Join us in remembering the dead and celebrating the spirit of the Bhopal survivors on Thursday 2nd December. We, staff and volunteers at the Bhopal Medical Appeal will be joining the Bhopalis and thousands of supporters the world over in lighting candles and torches. As the Bhopalis’ fight enters its 26th year, how can we […]

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Camaraderie diffuses tension!

Raksha, Rakhi and Sonam from Geetanjali College are volunteering at Sambhavna. They are learning how to grow and use a few medicinal plants. Their academic project includes promoting the use of medicinal plants among their classmates. One of the plants they learning about is Aloe vera and how effectively it can be used to treat […]

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Paul aka Bhopal Beardpal gets the lot cut off!

After many years of proudly wearing all kinds of facial hairstyles along with various permutations (if not perms) of head hair, Paul has pledged to dispose of it all to raise funds for Sambhavna. Paul will become the ‘Bhopal Beardpal’ as he merrily has the lot cut off on January 2nd 2011. If you’d like […]

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Alka & Abha fundraise and campaign in California

Two sisters, Abha (left) and Alka Nath (below), came to Bhopal in 2006 with their mom Mamta and dad Ujjwal, Sathyu’s former schoolmate, from Los Angeles. They said their visit to Bhopal opened their eyes in a big way. They started researching about what had happened in Bhopal in 1984, took pictures, interviewed people and […]

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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.