Latest Post from On Indian Grounds – Two New Videos

For those who don’t know, I have been actively involved in humanitarian work in India, providing acupuncture to those who live in slums.  I have maintained a travel blog describing some of the work that we are doing there and this is my latest post from there.

For the travel blog, you can click here

http://onindiangrounds.blogspot.com/

For more information about the project, you can click here

http://humanitarianacupunctureproject.org/

For more information about our Indian partner organization, Barefoot Acupuncturists, you can click here

http://www.barefootacupuncturists.com/ 

It has been months since my last post and it is in dire need of updating.

Since I last wrote on here, there have been two videos that have been made of my last trip to Mumbai.  If you have a moment, please take the time to view.

The first video was made by my dear friend Kathryn Nemirovsky.  She joined my on my last trip and she did a beautiful job putting this together for Humanitarian Acupuncture Project.

 

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The second video was made by Chetan Sharma who is the clinic manager of Barefoot Clinics in Mumbai.  Please go to On Indian Grounds to view.  For some reason we weren’t able to embed the video onto this website.  If you click on the link you can view it from there.

We had a lot of fun with the interview, as you’ll see.  Honestly, it took me awhile to get comfortable in front of a camera.   The message is immensely important though and we all hope that this will reach as many people as possible.  Please share if you find that there are others who would be interested.

Humanitarian work is tremendously important to the survival and well being of those who would not normally receive health care.  We believe that with the joining of minds and hearts that we can truly make a difference.  For more information about Humanitarian Acupuncture Project, click here, http://humanitarianacupunctureproject.org/donations/

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