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Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team (AMURT) has two permanent representatives in the United Nations and is a registered NGO with the Department of Public Relations, UNO. Pictured here is one of the representatives of Ananda Marga in a conference for World Peace and Justice at United Nations Headquarters in New York City, February 2016.
More AMURT representatives attended the UN in August 2016:
And in July 2017:
Nigeria update July 2017
Nigeria update April 2017
Nigeria update December 2016
Nigeria update January-June 2015
Nigeria News December 2014
Ghana News May 2013
Ghana News April 2012
Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria and Togo Update January 2012
Burkina Faso, Ghana, Nigeria and Togo update November 2010
Accra and Lagos News September 2010
Burkina Faso, Ghana, Nigeria and Togo update March 2010
West Africa News December 2009
Ghana and Burkina Faso News September 2009
Accra Region News April 2009
Ghana and Burkina Faso News February 2009
Ghana update September 2008
Ghana and Burkina Faso News July 2008
Ghana and Burkina Faso News December 2007
Burkina Faso News November 2007
Ghana and Burkina Faso News October 2007
Ghana and Burkina Faso News June 2007
Ghana, Burkina Faso and Togo News February 2007
Ghana and Burkina Faso News February 2007
Ghana and Burkina Faso News January 2007
AMURTEL (Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team Ladies) in Greece is working to give relief to refugees with a particular focus on women who are pregnant, birthing, postpartum and those who have infants.
The situation there is beyond the scope of the few big aid agencies and massively beyond what economically-crippled Greece can handle. The bulk of the work on the ground with thousands of refugees arriving daily is being done by small volunteer groups from within Greece and abroad. AMURTEL is one of those groups and we and those we serve ask for your help. Please visit our crowdfunding campaign to contribute:
Help us keep the center going. Your contributions are greatly appreciated.
And please spread the word by sharing our Facebook page, AMURTEL Greece for Refugee Mothers and Babies
Our AMURT project in Lebanon for Syrian refugees is now funded by the German government, with over 50 staff and 30 drivers. We have 250 children in our own school and 1,000 in public schools that we also support.