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Singaporean Touches Lives in India

by admin on Sep 30, 2015

by Ankita Pandey Vallikappen at TABLA!   It had been Mr Ravi Rai’s childhood dream to start a foundation for homeless children in India. Mr Rai, who was born in Singapore, would visit his ancestral home in Pharsar, Uttar Pradesh, as a child with his freedom fighter father Ram Awadh Rai and would be in shock […]

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Empty and Full

by Shantaram on Aug 23, 2013

Ng Jun Sen of the New Paper, Singapore reports: Bank Account with $300,000 = Empty. Joy in Heart for Helping Kids = Full. Singaporean quits Civil Engineering job to setup shelter in India. Most landlords rent out their flats to make money. But not Singaporean Ravi Rai Manas, 51.  The $2,000 he collects monthly from […]

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Happy 60th Birthday, Brandon Bays

by admin on Aug 21, 2013

Our beautiful patron, Brandon Bays (also known as Janaki) celebrated her 60th Birthday today, and the Children of Mother Earth made a special birthday video in her honour.                             Sending a big   HAPPY  BIRTHDAY  JANAKI               […]

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Visitors from the Gangaji Retreat in Lucknow

by admin on Jun 22, 2013

Enjoy this beautiful video of a love-filled visit to our home in Lucknow by a small group of friends from the Gangaji and Eli meditation retreat held in Lucknow in March 2013… Perhaps after that, you may feel called to make a donation, or sponsor a child?

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The contribution of “Apna Ghar” is admirable in rehabilitation of helpless children

by Jayani on Dec 28, 2006

Aaz reports…

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Singapore students bring cheer to orphans

by Jayani on Dec 23, 2006

Hindustan Times, Lucknow reports.. A bunch of 25 youngsters from Singapore have come to India to make a difference to the lives of destitute children staying in the three Children Of Mother Earth (COME) homes in India.  They are in India for two weeks and were in Lucknow for a couple of days to interact […]

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Gorakhpur man wins Singapore award

by Jayani on Aug 07, 2006

Ravi Rai presented the Singapore International Foundation award by Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore, Dr Tony Tan Hindustan Times Rapesh Kumar Singh reports…. In 1998 Ravi Rai left his job of civil engineer in Singapore and returned to his ancestral village located near Barhalganj.  His aim was to work for the uplift of the poor […]

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Dream honestly, start small…

by Jayani on Mar 24, 2006

The Hindustan Times, Rajesh Kumar Singh reports…. He’s got 70 children.  They love him for his heart of gold and caring ways.  It’s another matter, he never married.  But, nevertheless, Singaporeean Ravi Rai knows well how to look after his ‘family’. A civil engineer by profession Rai gave up his high-profile job in a private […]

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The contribution of “Apna Ghar” is admirable: Mayor

by Jayani on Dec 27, 2005

Rashtriya Sahara reports…

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Vocational Training Center inaugurated at “Apna Ghar”

by Jayani on Oct 27, 2005

Dainik Jagram reports…

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