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A Note from Dr. Khushroo Patel
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  Quarterly Report from Gram Seva - 2011 3rd Quarter
Gardening Workshop; Mahendi & Hairstyling Competition; Study Habits workshop for Balawas Children; Breast Feeding Week; Workshops on Nutrition and Communication Skills; Eye Camp; Case Study and more.
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  New Helmets!

See a picture of everyone wearing their new helmets to ensure safe trips to & from the villages.

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  Quarterly Report from Gram Seva - 2011 2nd Quarter

Medical Camp; Balawas Picnic; GST Foundation Day; Workshop on Kitchen Garden & Nursery Making

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  Quarterly Report from Gram Seva - 2011 1st Quarter

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Welcome to our site

"The poor, the illiterate, the ignorant, the afflicted; Let these be your God." (Swami Vivekananda)

GRAM SEVA TRUST (GST) is a non-profit organization in South Gujarat, India dedicated to health care and rural development, formed by young doctors and professionals who have rural roots.  They share the strong belief that charities directed towards development of rural society positively stimulate the country's progress and growth.

The main focus of GST is preventive medicine combined with efforts directed at positive social change in poor and needy villagers

We believe that our holistic approach to the entire community will increase educational and social awareness to create better economies in the villages.

Although our mission focuses on preventive medicine, we also provide free medical and surgical services to the needy in our 80-bed Gram Seva Trust Hospital.

Founded June 1994 by Dr. Ashwin A. Shah and Dr. Harsha Shah
It is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) registered as 80 G tax exempt charitable non-profit organization serving the poor and needy in the surrounding 100 villages. Of the 100,000 population, 65% are tribal landless labourers.

"Service to Humanity is service to God."





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