Collaborating Partners in India

For many years, AMDA International has nurtured close ties with various organizations around India. From medical institutions to universities, it is the solid partnership with the counterparts that has allowed AMDA International to continue its work in the nation.

■Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE): Formerly know as Manipal University, AMDA International exchanged a Memorandum of Understanding with Manipal Acedemy of Higher Education (MAHE) in Udupi, Karnataka. Both parties signed an agreement to cooperate in the realm of community development, medicine, education and emergency relief in 2009.

List of AMDA Partners in India (based on MOU agreement)

   
Friend’s Society in Social Service in Calcutta in 2001

Gaya College in Gaya  year 2017


Humanity Trust in West Bengal 2001

 

International AIDS Research Institute in Nagapur 2001

Manipal Academy of Higher Education at Manipal 2009

Nyingmapa Mahabuddha Vihara in Dehradun 2001

Prayas Institute of Juvenile Justice at New Delhi 2000

Society for Non-formal Education and Awareness in Andra Pradesh 2001

 

St. Joseph's Hospital in Kerala 2001

The Bellary Diocese Development Society at Bellary 2001

West Bengal Volunteer Health Association at Culcutta 2001

                            

AMDA International will continue to serve the people in the locality as well as to provide humanitarian assistance with AMDA India and our local partners at the time of natural and man-made calamities.

AMDA-INDIA PROJECTS WITH ROTARY CLUB BIHAR

【Concluding a MOU with Bodhgaya Rotary Club】

The two parties agreed to work together with a particular focus on disaster relief. It was based on the past experience in which AMDA collaborated with a local rotary club in the flood affected area in Kerala state to save the flood victims in August 2018. The story of this joint relief was shared in a monthly meeting at Bodhgaya Rotary Club. As a result, the club members expressed their wish to work with AMDA, while owing to the fact that it was the strong bond between regional Rotary Clubs that made the flood relief possible.

On 17 November 2018, with Bodhgaya Rotary Club Director Mr. Pathak, AMDA President Dr. Suganami and AMDA India Secretary General Dr. Meenakshi co-signing the Memorandum, the two parties concluded a formal partnership agreement

Publication date:2019-04-09

By Tomoko Iwao, AMDA Headquarters

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