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Status of Health and Healthcare in Gas Exposed and Unexposed Populations

At a press conference on the eve of the 34th anniversary of the Bhopal Gas Disaster, staff from the Sambhavna Trust Clinic presented a report based on research carried out on the comparative state of health and health care in populations exposed to Union Carbide’s toxic gas against those not exposed. Ayurvedic physician, Dr. Mrithyunjay […]

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Healing Bhopal’s Damaged Children

Birth defects in children born to parents, or even grand-parents, exposed to Union Carbide’s deadly gas are rife. Compounded by the fact that children whose parents have only been exposed to the contaminated water are also being born with physical and mental problems, rates of congenital defects in affected areas of the city are believed […]

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The Bhopal Challenge

Warwick University has, thanks to the energy of a group of dedicated student supporters, become a hot-bed of activity in support of our appeal. Originally inspired by final year Economics, Politics and International Studies student, Surabhi Nagar, who originates from Bhopal and master-minded an extremely successful fundraiser while living in Singapore as a teenager, the […]

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Yoga for Bhopal Events for the Disaster’s Anniversary

Yoga For All York Iyengar Yoga teacher Laura Potts has put together an amazing looking event in aid of our Yoga for Bhopal project with participatory, informative and entertaining activities including: Restorative, relaxing Iyengar yoga session suitable for all; Indian snacks and warm chai; dance performance by Zoobin Surty Company dancers; a Yoga quiz with […]

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Child in Bhopal harmed by Union Carbide's poisons

A Miracle in Poor Town

SURAJ Malam Singh reached adulthood without ever having caught a ball, sung a song or climbed a tree. At 18 years of age, Suraj had never run or jumped, had never stood up unaided, hadn’t once walked a single, self-sovereign step. By the time he could vote, Suraj had not uttered one word. Limbs twisted, […]

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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.