Sri Narayani Hospital and Resource Centre (SNHRC)
We invite you to assist and help with these programs which are located in Southern India. There will be various educational scholarships and grants awarded as we strive to assist children and young adults from preschool to college including vocational programs. If you have any question regarding our programs, please contact us.
Care is provided to over 58 villages with a population of 140,000. Public health clinics are also present in local village schools. Community members are trained to provide health and nutrition education to mothers and children.
Public health education and preventive medicine clinics address the most common medical challenges of the region including nutrition, diabetes, heart disease, water sanitation, personal hygiene, HIV-AIDS, tuberculosis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, malaria prevention and maternal-child health.
The SAMMM Project
Miraglo Foundation is proud to support the SAMMM Project in helping women in Southern India to become the bread-winners in their families. The women hand-make organic puja (prayer) items such as incense and rose water, and they sew kurta tops (traditional Indian shirts) and tote bags made from end pieces donated by suppliers. As shown in the pictures below, each bag is sewn with attentive care by these inspiring and hard-working women.
Green Shakti – Reforestation
Ecological imbalances are the current issue that are of great concern to humanity all over the world. Sri Sakthi Amma has launched a reforestation program, under the guidance of the Indian Government’s Forest Department, to develop a green belt in and around Vellore valley. The project also provides employment opportunities to the local villages in developing and protecting the forest cover, and in educating villagers in making a livelihood out of eco-friendly and recyclable natural resources without deforesting. A Solar Kitchen to Rural India to feed 20,000 people per day in Southern India . This project is in keeping with the Vatican Climate Change Conference declaring an end to wood and coal burning stoves.
Over 600,000 trees have been planted in the region to increase vegetation and ameliorate the effects of deforestation.