in May, 2002 Siddha Ashram began a program of providing the poor people of
the Ujjain, India area medications for Malaria. Between May, 2002 and
July, 2002, out of the generous offering of several gracious benefactors,
some 15,000 people have received Malaria medication.
will not come back for 400 days after one takes this medicine. Siddha
Ashram has been providing this medication to people for approximately 20
will be continuing to expand these medical services through the efforts of
Siddha Ashram of Ujjain. For those who would like to support these
programs, your offerings would be most sincerely appreciated. The
expenditure for one camp is about $150 and serves 2000-3000 people. For
those sponsors who help, the ashram will send reports and a video cassette
about the program.
help, please contact:
Swami Nardanand, Acharya
Between Ram Ghat
and Narsingh Ghat
Ujjain, 456 006 (MP) India
Phone: 91 734 258 5089
alone, including Malaria account for 90 percent of the deaths from
infectious diseases worldwide. Spread in different ways and
influenced by different factors, they continue to resist control.
Aggravating social, economic, and political instability, these
diseases have increasingly become global security threats. Large,
densely populated cities in developing countries where most of the
world's people now live, are especially vulnerable.
has one of the
most Significant risks for Malaria.
Malaria is caused
by microscopic parasites transmitted by the bites of infected
mosquitoes, malaria attacks red blood cells. Global warming has
expanded the range of malaria-carrying mosquitoes, putting more
than 40 percent of the world's population at risk. In addition,
warmer weather makes mosquitoes breed faster and bite more
Swami Nardanand giving