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Human Rights Observers protest against Delhi gang rape

Dec 20 2012, – Human Rights Observers joined others from across the country on Wednesday to protest against the gang-rape of a young physiotherapy student by six men in a moving bus in Delhi over the weekend.

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HRO hosted candle light rallies, stage programs, press conferences to bring awareness among the female population to be vigilant and take all the necessary precautions to protect themselves. Also HRO delivered strong message to those who are disrupting peace and not respecting women’s dignity. Violence against women cannot be tolerated, laws have been amended woman should feel safe, woman should contribute to the work force by joining hands together with men and should create a sustainable society where woman have a greater role to play.

December 20, 2012 | By More

Human Rights Observers bring free mobile medical camp for poor

Feb 26 2012, – Large segments of India’s urban slum and rural tribal populations do not have access to safe and reliable healthcare. Human Rights observers bring medical assistance to these under-resourced populations through ongoing mobile medical camps. Mobile vans are optimal delivery tools as they can reach all corners of a slum community and can travel the vast distances to support tribal villages.

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By bringing healthcare to their doorstep, Human Rights Observers ensures that the greatest number of patients are served without hindering daily livelihood. The medical teams onboard these vans treat primary health conditions and dispense free medicines to care for both acute and chronic disease. When additional assistance is needed, patients are given referrals to the appropriate government, private or public facilities that provide free or subsidized services, and provisions are made for proper follow up and case management.

February 26, 2012 | By More

UN Human Rights day message, Tameem and Vasuki sunkavalli vows to work for hungry children

Dec 10 2011, – Addressing a huge gathering of students on the occasion of Human Rights day in Khammam, Expressing concern over the staggering number of hungry children in the country, Chairman Tameem & Miss India Universe 2011, Vasuki Sunkavalli vowed to work for the cause of the hungry children.

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Attending the event on this occassion, Deputy Speaker of Andhra Pradesh Assembly Mallu Bhatti Vikramark, Khammam District Judge M. Venkata Rama Rao, were among those who spoke. School children displayed placard titled” A world fit for children”, ”Don’t be inhuman towards human” highlighting the UN declaration of Human Rights.

Human Rights Observers Chairman Tameem, Interacted with medical Students & Engineering students in a Huge gathering organized by Mamtha medical college Later in the day T, meem visited Mother Teresa foundation and distributed wheel chairs to the needy senior citizens.

December 10, 2011 | By More