Arlington, TX, March 20, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The South Asia Native Missionary Alliance (SANMA) announced Monday that they had conducted the first ever free medical clinics in the villages of Garenapudi and Thanner Vari Palem in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India.
February 13th was dedicated to the medical clinic in the village of Thanner Vari Palem. Doctor Kumar, the District Medical Officer, assisted a team of two doctors, two nurses, and two paramedics in treating 132 people – many of whom had never before seen a doctor. On February 16th, the medical team arrived at the remote village of Garenapudi, where over 100 villagers were treated. SANMA purchased all of the medicines that were used to treat the patients of both villages. The medical clinics are part of the Healthy Village program, the medical arm of SANMA. In addition to medicine and treatment, SANMA distributed Bibles and Gospel literature in the native Asian languages.
To read the entire article – http://www.sanma.org/medical_mission_article.htm
View photos of the medical clinics - http://www.sanma.org/photo_gallery/medical_missions004.htm
SANMA is a Christian non-profit charitable organization, incorporated in the state of Texas and approved by the federal government of the United States as a 501(c) 3 organization. The charitable organization of SANMA has been working in the rural community of India since 1979, and is registered in India under the 1955 charitable act of the state of Kerala. The Educational Service Society of India, which is an entity within SANMA, is also recognized as a FCRA approved institution by the government of India.