Year
Country/Region
Type of Event
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No.
Date(s)
Country/Region Receiving Aid
Event
Amount
Equivalent in US Dollars
News # for Reference
108
1995.01
Philippines
Contribution to Palawan Refugee Camp and needy people in Palawan
Food and clothing
 
44
110
1995.02
Chechnya and Bosnia
Contribution to help the war refugees in Chechnya and Bosnia
US $100,000
100,000.00
43, 48
111
1995.02
Philippines
Contribution to Organization of God's Love for International Children and United Christian Church in Philippines
US $10,000.00
10,000.00
46, 48
112
1995.03
Âu Lạc
Contribution to build two classrooms for Chinh-Nghia Private Chinese School in Long Minh Village, Xuan Loc County, Dong Nai Province
VND $36,000,000.00
3,269.75
48
113
1995.03-07
Formosa
Contributions to destitute families in Formosa
US $7,620.00
7,620.00
44, 45, 47, 48
114
1995.04
Malaysia
Visiting Cheshire Home for the handicapped
Entertainment and food
 
46
115
1995.04, 05, 07, 10
USA
Contribution to aid explosion disaster victims in Oklahoma City
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
46, 47, 48, 53
117
1995.05
Cambodia
Contribution to build a school
US $10,000.00
10,000.00
47, 48
118
1995.05
Hong Kong
Visiting elderly homes and hospitals and helping school age children
Food, school supplies and clothes
 
47
119
1995.05
Japan
Helping earthquake victims in Osaka and Kobe
Blankets, shoes and books
 
47
120
1995.05
USA
Contribution to the American Veterans Association, VA Medical Center, Loma Linda / JCHV
US $100,000.00
100,000.00
47, 48
121
1995.05
USA
Contribution to the American Veteran's Association, VA Medical Center, West Los Angeles
US $100,000.00
100,000.00
47, 48
122
1995.05
USA
Contribution to the Coalition for the Homeless, New York
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
47, 48
124
1995.06
Greece
Contribution to the Hellenic Red Cross to aid earthquake disaster victims, Greece
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
48, 49
125
1995.06
Russia
Contribution to aid earthquake disaster victims in Sakhalin Island
US $10,000.00
10,000.00
47, 48
126
1995.06
South Korea
Contribution to victims of the Sampoong Department Store disaster in Seoul
KRW $32,696,120
44,084.00
48
127
1995.06
United Kingdom
Contribution to Fashion Acts Ltd., to help people affected by HIV/AIDS
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
47, 48
128
1995.06
USA
Contribution to the Gay Men's Health Crisis, New York
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
47, 48
129
1995.07
Formosa
Subsidiary fees for road construction at the entrance of Hsihu Village
US $17,328.00
17,328.00
48
130
1995.07
Nepal
Contribution to aid flood disaster victims
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
48, 53
131
1995.07
Pakistan
Relief Fund for Flood Disaster
US $12,000.00
12,000.00
49, 51
132
1995.07
Uganda
Contribution to AIDS patients and their children's education
US $200.00
200.00
51
133
1995.07
USA
Contribution to aid flood disaster victims in Virginia
US $9,251.88
9,251.88
48, 49
134
1995.07-09
Cambodia
Providing another 1,000 tons of rice to victims of flood and draught
US $317,110.76
317,110.76
49, 50, 51
135
1995.07-09
China
Relief fund for flood disasters in Hubei, Hunan, Liaoning, Jilin, Anhui and Jiangxi Provinces
US $111,298.27
111,298.27
48, 49, 50, 51
136
1995.07-09
Formosa
Aid to destitute households
US $5,109.09
5,109.09
51
137
1995.08
Benin
Contributions to orphanages in Benin
US $7,863.53
7,863.53
50, 51
138
1995.08
China
Relief fund for earthquake disaster in Gansu Province
US $6,145.28
6,145.28
49, 51
139
1995.08
Formosa
Aid to injured street cleaners and families
NT $130,000.00
4,804.14
50, 51
140
1995.08
Ivory Coast
Contributions to orphanages and hospitals in Ivory Coast
US $6,332.45
6,332.45
50, 51
141
1995.08
Monaco, Benin and Ivory Coast
Aid to people in need
US $1,000.00
1,000.00
50, 51
142
1995.08
United Kingdom
Contribution to charitable groups NSPCC, Action Aid and WWF
US $15,000.00
15,000.00
49, 50, 51
143
1995.09
North Korea
Relief fund for drought and flood
US $200,000.00
200,000.00
50, 51, 53
144
1995.09
USA
Visiting needy families at US-Mexico boarder
Food and clothing
 
51
106
1995.10
Benin
Providing medical supplies to orphanages in Benin, Africa
US $10,000.00
10,000.00
59
145
1995.10
Malaysia
Contributing clothes and lawnmowers to Kuala Lumpur native inhabitants
Clothing and lawn-mower
 
52
146
1995.10
Malaysia
Charity bazaar for blind children in Penang
Charity bazaar
 
52
147
1995.10
Uganda
Providing books and teaching materials for children in St. Clare Children's Center, Uganda
US $4,360.00
4,360.00
59
148
1995.10-1996.03
Formosa
Urgent relief to the destitute in Formosa
US $14,701.00
14,701.00
59
149
1995.10-1996.03
Philippines
Contribution of cash, medical supplies, and milk for children
US $35,000.00
35,000.00
56, 59
150
1995.11
Singapore
Visiting "Samsui Women" elderly homes
Food and gifts
 
53
151
1995.12
India
Providing food and blankets to poor people in winter
US $2,113.00
2,113.00
55, 59, 60
152
1995.12
USA
Contribution to Heal-ne (Dr. M. Dennis Paul)
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
59
153
1996.01
Philippine
Re-build children's play ground for Palawan Refugee Camp
Children's playground
 
57
154
1996.01
Philippines
Visiting Palawan Refugee Camp and giving aids to the needy people
US $5,500.00
5,500.00
56, 59
155
1996.01-02
Formosa
Winter relief in Formosa
US $23,451.00
23,451.00
55, 56, 57, 58, 59
156
1996.01-02
Formosa
Contribution to charitable groups
US $6,843.00
6,843.00
55, 56, 57, 58, 59
157
1996.01-02
Thailand
Visits to refugee camps and prisons
US $2,703.00
2,703.00
56, 58, 59
158
1996.01-12
Formosa
Helping destitute households in Formosa
US $14,210.00
14,210.00
87
159
1996.02
Austria
Visiting sick and blind people
Toys and snacks
 
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As a creator of artistic designs as well as a spiritual teacher, Supreme Master Ching Hai loves all expressions of inner beauty. It is for this reason that She refers to Vietnam as “Âu Lạc” and Taiwan as “Formosa.” Âu Lạc is the ancient name of Vietnam and means “happiness.” And the name Formosa, meaning “beautiful,” reflects more completely the beauty of the island and its people. Master feels that using these names brings spiritual elevation and luck to the land and its inhabitants.

Link: Humanitarian Relief Activities by the Supreme Master Ching Hai and Her International Association