Kavitha, 40, crawls - she cannot walk. Polio struck her in her childhood and

made both her legs immobile. Her mother is a leprosy patient. There is

no one to take care of her. She visits our Care Center every month for a

suppy of free grocery. That is how  her daily needs are met.  


When she receives a bag of rice, she cannot carry it home.  

She lives near our College campus in Solipet. We provided her

a trike recently. She can now ride the trike with a load

of rice on it.


Life became a lot easier for Kavitha with the gift of a trike.

She does not have to crawl on the dust hurting

her feet and making her saree dirty.




We receive requests from several villages every month where people do not have access to safe drinking water. Depending on our resources, we provide Tube Well or a Well with a motor.  The well in the picture was given at village Belar in Chhatisgarh.

It has been our joy to see the joy on people's faces!








Dear Friends,



AIM ASIA is engaged in multi-faceted service projects such as orphanages, Day Care Centers, providing safe drinking water, Leprosy Care, Medical Clinics, Literacy program, Widow care, Teaching English, Developing leaders, Youth Events, Vocational training, Micro-finance, University education, etc.  

Our biggest and newest launch this year is Literacy Abhiyan. We want to be able to make 100,000 people literate in low literacy areas through this project. 

OUR VISION is to recognize the poor with dignity, know their deprivation first hand, and to offer hope and help to a people in desperate need regardless of their caste, creed and color.” 

OUR MISSION is to care for the orphan children and the destitute widows; to serve the poor and the under privileged; and to create a better world for them by enriching lives and alleviating human suffering.


   Hope sees the Impossible,  

Feels the tangible and  

Achieves the Impossible!


With Hope,

Dr. Joab Lohara                                                                              















The Year comes and the year goes. Does it matter?

There are still people in the world today who cannot read the date on their calendar. It does not matter to them if today is a Saturday or a Monday.

The Year comes and the year goes. Does it matter to them?

There are people who live just for today with no plans for tomorrow. They forget God has gifted us with a journey in this life between our first breath and the last breath. They do not care to know that what we do between these two breaths impact our eternity.

When we think about eternity, there is a feeling that eternity is something beyond the time, beyond this life – it is where God is.

Wrong theology!

Our God does not dwell in eternity; rather the eternity dwells in Him (Isa 57:15).

Therefore we do not have to get to eternity to meet our God. But when we have God, we have eternity in us: “He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also put eternity in their hearts…” (Eccl 3:11).

Awesome! Times passes but eternity does not. Everything that passes in time passes into eternity. Therefore those who have eternity in them think beyond the time. They are careful to leverage their time in order to impact eternity.

Do you wonder why the wealthy cricketer C. T. Studd emptied his life and his bank balance into world mission? Do you wonder why David Brainerd preferred to live in the woods and die at the age of 29? Do you wonder why David Livingston didn’t care about being torn by wild animals? Do you wonder why David Wilkerson risked his life to take the good news to the mafia?

Do you wonder?

There were many predictions that the world would come to an end in 2013.  The world did not end but many lives have perished. Two more months, this year will be gone with a few of our impressions.  Many may not care about it but someone is collecting these impressions we make in time and how they impact our eternity.

The Apostle Paul warned the Christians at Corinth, "Each one's work will become clear, for the Day will declare it because it will be revealed by fire; the fire will test each one's work, of what sort it is (1Cor 3:13).  

Paul actually did not say anything new.  Jesus had made it amply clear in the parable that He taught (Luke 16:20-31), giving a vivid description of how a rich man's glory turned into ashes overnight.

My Dear Friend, are you doing anything today for your eternity? Do not let this year pass by non-productive. 

“There is surely a future hope for you; do not let your hope be cut off” (Proverbs 23:18).

                                                                                            - JOAB LOHARA



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