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Josh & Lucie’s overland adventure

In September, Josh and Lucie began an overland adventure through Europe, Russia, China, Tibet, Nepal and India… We’re going overland because flying produces ten times as much carbon dioxide as the trains and buses we’ll be taking. As you know, human-created carbon emissions contribute massively to climate change, which currently kills around 300,000 people every […]

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Walking from Pakistan to the Bay of Bengal

Andrew Simpson: I’ll be walking across India, from Pakistan to the Bay of Bengal, a journey of about 2000 miles, to raise money for the Bhopal Medical Appeal. A walk across India has been a dream of mine for almost three years now.  I first proposed the idea to an Indian friend of mine – […]

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All 80 Volunteer Litterpickers For GF 2011 now recruited!

2011 will be our biggest presence yet at the Glastonbury Festival; we’re planning it now! It’s this simple: you do four six-hour shifts of litterpicking for the festival, the festival gives us a donation, you get in for free, get free meals, hot showers and a secure camping area. It’s the beginning of March and […]

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The Brighton Marathon & the 10K London Run 2011 – join us

The tenth annniversary of the ASICS British 10K London Run was a great success for the BMA in 2010 with over 40 runners raising money for Sambhavna. Many of our runners have promised to come back and bring a friend. The date for the 2011 race has been set as 10th July 2011. We intend […]

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Comrie teen gives up holidays to help at Sambhavna

16 year old Jasmine Thomas and her mother recently returned from a volunteering stint at the Sambhavna Clinic. “Neither of us had done anything like this before so it was quite a culture shock, more so for mum,” laughed Jasmine, who took it all in her stride. “It was all so different that if you […]

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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.