WorldWide Communities Adoption

As an offering of love and gratitude to Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba on His 95th Birthday, the SSSIO is happy to offer the adoption of around 160 communities in 40 countries, at His divine lotus feet. The program, titled Global Adoption of 95 Communities, was initiated in November 2017 and has exceeded all expectations. SSSIO members are making a difference in the lives of needy people by providing education, healthcare, food, shelter, drinking water, and other services in a sustainable manner. The goal of this project is transformation of the heart – for both SSSIO volunteers and the recipients of the service, as taught by our Lord, Sri Sathya Sai Baba.

The project continues, and we aim to serve more communities with renewed zeal. Jai Sai Ram!

Dr. Narendranath Reddy
Chairman, Sri Sathya Sai International Organization
November 2020

Adoption Status

Project started in 2018 with a goal of adopting 95 projects by 2020

157 Community Adoption Projects as of November 20, 2020

Active Adoption Projects in 40 Countries

Projects in Educare, Envirocare, Healthcare, and Sociocare


12 adoption projects in 4 countries

Kenya Mauritius Morocco South Africa


15 adoption projects in 3 Countries

Azerbaijan Kazakhstan Russia


7 Adoption projects in 6 countries

Belarus Germany Moldova Croatia Greece Ukraine


20 adoption projects in 3 countries

Australia Fiji New Zealand

Abu Dhabi

In Abu Dhabi, a monthly distribution of home-cooked food, yogurt drink, and fruit to labor camps has been taking place for the last five years. Monthly distribution of 35 kg rice, 8 kg pulses, an 8 kg cooking oil has also been taking place for the past five years. More than 60 volunteers participate in this project to serve more than 1500 people.


SSSIO Argentina has adopted four communities where they provide various services that include vocational training to women, spiritual and sports activities for children, medical camps, and food/supplies distribution. Read More


The SSSIO in Australia has been very active for many years in community service and have adopted at least 15 communities. Read More


Pedagogical College: Seminars on various topics based on Sri Sathya Sai Baba's teachings, service activities, drama performances, etc.


In the Kingdom of Bahrain, three service projects have been taking place for the past thirty years. These include 1) bi-monthly distribution of rice, pulses, and cooking oil to labor camps, 2) weekly distribution of homemade spiced yogurt drink to the construction site workers during summer months, and 3) weekly distribution of morning tea and biscuits to the construction site and sanitation workers during winter months. More than 60 volunteers participate in this project to serve more than 1500 people.


HV classes, distribution of diapers, personal hygiene products, clothing, produce, and art supplies to a boarding school for special needs children.


Periodic distribution of food and nutritional supplements, classes of human values in public schools, training in handicrafts, lessons on nutrition, environmental awareness workshops, planning of a joint project along with the local authorities for the provision of drinking water to 100 families in the community, construction of a house for a couple of elderly without economic income.


A weekly lunch, clothes, personal care items, haircut and workshops on human values and meditation is provided to the homeless people of the neighborhood.


Adoption of two communities in Barroblanco and El Hato, and creation of a Saiama shelter in Bogoto to house people who come for medical services. Read More


SSSIO Croatia has adopted the Letovanic Village and is involved in the rebuilding of the community following the 2014 floods. Read More


Community service to people with physical impairment that includes lodging, boarding and work opportunities. Read More

El Salvador

Community service to people with physical impairment that includes lodging, boarding and work opportunities. Read More


Adoption of Nemasi, Beteki, and Seniyaya communities.


Medical, educational, reconstruction work by SSSIO of Germany in Kherson, Ukraine. Read More


SSSIO of Greece commissioned the construction of a primary school in the remote village of Ibanga Tudun Wada, Nigeria, where there is a shortage of basic social amenities and infrastructures. Read More


SSSIO of Indonesia has adopted the Palu city on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi devastated by a Tsunami following a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on September 28, 2018. Read More


Medical, educational, construction work, social assistance, and cultural programs in Sairan Village, Rudniy City, and Almaty City.


SSSIO Kenya has adopted three communities as a loving gift to Bhagawan Baba on His 95th Birthday. Read More


Distribution of clothes, shoes, school supplies, and classes on human values to a children's reception center in Bishkek.


In Kuwait, a weekly distribution of home-cooked food to labor camps has been taking place for the last twenty years. Monthly distribution of rice, pulses, cooking oil to labor has also been taking place for the past fifteen years. More than 60 volunteers participate in this project to serve around 500 people.


SSSIO Malaysia has adopted ten Global Communities’ projects in various parts of the country. Read More


SSSIO Mauritius has adopted two poor rural communities consisting of 77 underprivileged families. Read More


In the communities of Colinas de Cortez, Tijuana and Centro Comunitario Iztapalapa, service has been carried out for the past 20 years. Services include providing food hampers, clothing, winter supplies like gloves and blankets, school supplies, and holiday gifts to children, workshops on vegetarian diets, human values classes to many age groups, home restoration services like installing pipelines, showers, and toilets, and psychological support.


Feeding programs, spiritual and moral education to World War II Veterans in Kishinev City.


The SSSIO Morocco has adopted two comprehensive community projects in Marrakech and Tamazouzt. Read More


SSSIO of Nepal has adopted 18 communities in various parts in Nepal. Several important projects are being undertaken on the fields of education, medical, and community service. Read More

New Zealand

SSSIO New Zealand has adopted two poor communities in Taita, Lower Hutt, and Suburban Auckland. Read More


In Oman, three service projects to labor camps have been taking place for the past fifteen to twenty years. These include 1) monthly medical services, 2) weekly distribution of homemade spiced yogurt drink during summer months, and 3) monthly distribution of rice, pulses, and oil. A fourth service project includes serving special needs children of expatriate and local community for the past twelve to fifteen years. More than 100 volunteers participate in this project to help around 3000 people.


SSSIO of Peru has adopted three communities in the cities of Lima, Huánuco, and La Libertad. Read More


11 Educare, Envirocare, Healthcare and Sociocare projects in the Caucasus, Central, North Western, Siberian, Ural, and Volga Ural regions.

Sri Lanka

The SSSIO – Sri Lanka have been involved in Community Service Projects over 3 decades. In total 24 Villages have been adopted by SSSIO – Sri Lanka. Read More


For the past three years, SSSIO Syria has been conducting Sri Sathya Sai EHV classes to more than 40 children and young adults in Syria.. Read More

Saudi Arabia

In Saudi Arabia, three service projects to labor camps have been taking place for the past five years. These include 1) monthly distribution of home-cooked meals, 2) annual winter blanket distribution, and 3) bi-monthly breakfast distribution. More than 20 volunteers participate in this project to help around 500 people.

South Africa

Adoption of communities in Frasers, Embo, Malagazi, Khayelitsha, and Faufung. Read More


Ongoing feeding programs to food insecure families. Read More

Trinidad and Tobago

SSSIO members of Trinidad and Tobago have initiated a programme called “The Guardian Angels of Children” to provide assistance to the underprivileged children of the Couva/California community. Read More


Adoption of a hospice care facility and a boarding school. Service provided include distribution of supplies, construction and repair work, HV classes and workshops.

United States

SSSIO USA Region 8 has been serving needy school children and their families in the Santa Ana and Huntington park communities since January 2014. Read More


Members of the Sai Centers visited many homes of immigrant families to conduct a need assessment. Children and some of their mothers are now attending activities such as EHV classes, inspirational cinema, plastic arts, music, sports and games, nutritious meals and hygiene lessons.


The SSSIO Venezuela has adopted two community service projects which are performed with great love, spreading His message of “Love All, Serve All”. Read More