Stand and serve for the World Peace
- I introduce an organisation serving for the world peace, religious
harmony, unity of the nations, war on terrorism etc. by the
charities of helping poor children, widows, disabled, blind, deaf
and dumb, mentally retard, old aged for their education, medical
assistance, pulling out from the starvation, employment, shelters
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Baseelia Foundation is a registered, non profit, ecumenical charity
organisation in India, which follows the life and the mission of
Jesus Christ. Also we greatly appreciate Mahatma Gandhi, Mother
Teresa, St.Gregorios of Parumala, Yassar Arafat, Pope John Paul II,
King Fahd, Dalai Lama, Matha Amirtanandamayi and likewise leaders of
the Love and the Peace. We stand for the World Peace, Religious
Harmony, Unity among Nations, War on Terrorism etc. through the
charities, childcare, relief service and agriculture developements.
Baseelia Foundation helping sick children of the slums and interior
villages to get proper treatment and bringing them medicaments and
toys. We assist the poor and needy children for their education as
supplying notebooks, pens, pencils, geomatrical instrument boxes,
umbrellas or rain coats, uniforms, school and college bags and other
materials for the education and one mid day meal for the poor
students on the class days. Also we'd like to provide a mothly
scholarship for the poor nursing students as well as university and
technical students too to complete their studies. We find many
students discontinue their studies without completion because of
unable to give fees, unable to meet personal needs and purchase
We run village schools for the poor children and adult educational
centers for illiterates; computer schools for the youth and
tailoring and binding schools for the widows and poor women.
We feed the poor of those who are suffering of the starvation
as "One Meal a Day Project" for those who do not even have a
capacity to get a meal for a day. We supply them medicines and
clothes too. Also we build and donate houses for the homeless and
providing jobs for the unemployed.
We provide artificial legs, walking sticks, wheelchairs, stretchers,
earphones, braille letter press etc. for the handicapped, disabled,
blind, deaf and dumb people.
We visit the prisoners at the jails, having fellowship with them,
arranging cultural programmes, giving them chances to speakout to
the public, distributing sweets among them, and teaching them how to
Baseelia Foundation was the organisation who appointed thousands of
volunteers in co-operation with some other societies to give proper
guidance to the people of Kerala for taking the family health
insurance. In that way we could have had given job to many of the
unemployed youth. And we were contnuously asking to undertake this
project by the government. We're so glad that it has been taken by
the Government of Kerala and decided to give free insurance to all
the people of Kerala who are at the Below Poverty Line.
We'd like to establish mobile dispensaries for the slums, interior
villages and hill places as well as for the places where the
accidents, disasters, natural calamities, contageous diseases may
occur. Also we wish to establish Rehabilitation Centers for the
addicted, and the Juvenile Homes for the children who are having
criminal background under 18 years of age.
GOAL OF THE PROJECTS
1. Proper medical assistance for the sick children of the slums and
interior villages and orphans.
2. Basic medical cares for the poor and needy people including both
male and female.
3. Psychological comfort for them.
4. Rehabiltation of the addicted as well as handicapped, mentally
retard, blind, deaf and dumb people (specially old people).
5. Orphanages for the children.
6. Juvanile Homes for the children who are having criminal
background under 18 years of age.
7. To provide best automation for them.
8. To provide food, clothing for them.
9. To give programmes for recreation.
10. Reforestation of the surrounding areas.
11.To provide them job facility for learning and to earn.
12.To train people in hospitality management.
13.To give education for the poor children in the villages and
14.Special care for bed ridden people.
15.To reach immediate medical aids to the hilly places, slums,
interior villages or the places where accidents, disasters,
contageous diseases may occur.
16. To remove starvation
17.To help the poor students to complete their education.
18.To provide shelters for all of the homeless people.
19. To give maximum care for the Cancer patients
20.To build "Peace Villages" in every states in India as per the
vision of Jesus Christ, Mahatma Gandhi and other great leaders of
the love and the peace.
Paul Ciniraj, Chairman,
Baseelia Foundation (for Charities).
Member ID # 1056
- The pathetic story of Esther and her sisters of Mulanthuruthi is really heartbreaking. The Mathrubhumi yesterday reported the death of Esther, who died due to sickness and of malnutrition, should pose as a question mark on the Christina society.
The one acre land with a house and around 3 acres of coconut and rubber plantation were in no way supported the life of Esther and her sisters Chinnamma teacher and Mary. The present cost of the land alone will be around 2 crores. However, it was reported that their brother Thampi was so cruel that he didn�t even allowed the sisters to get married and were beating them. He never allowed any other people to enter into their property.
Esther was found dead on Thursday in her room and after her burial in Mulanthuruthi Marthoman Church, the sisters are now got admitted in a nearby hospital. �We didn�t eat anything for days. My Father made our house with rooms for every child, but fate was so cruel to us, and we couldn�t live there peacefully�, a weeping Mary told the crowd assembled at the funeral service. She showed the marks of beating on her body as well, inflicted by her brother Thampi.
�Nobody was coming to our house due to Thampi�s cruelty. We were longing to see some people at some times.� Mary told the public. �For the last ten year we didn�t gone out of our house.�
Chinnamma was a school teacher and her pension of Rs. 2,000/- was the only income for them. She was a Sunday school teacher as well. Her present condition is very pathetic as due to long period of poverty, she is bedridden and couldn�t even recognize any people.
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