Yohannan Ramban

Yohannan Ramban

State President at Kerala Orphans Association

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Member of the Managing Committee - Orthodox Church

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The loving nature of Pampady Thirumeni which had influenced Ramban did not allow him to sit back and watch these things happening to the innocent.
A Miracle: Now here is an incident which is a bit difficult for all to grasp. Yohannan Ramban who was also the State President of the Kerala Orphans Association went to Pala to deal with an official purpose regarding the association. On the way he visited the home of a Catholic lady who was staying with her mother and brother. She was previously working as a teacher of B.M.M School. When she was teaching in the Pampady school she used to visit Thirumeni's kabar daily. The poverty at home and other problems used to haunt her then. She used to pray to Thirumeni to help her from all these troubles. It was common site to see the young lady weeping and praying in the Kabar room of Thirumeni. After some months she got a job in the government plus two school. Her husband got a job in Gulf.

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The members of SEDDAC society expressed condolence on the sudden demise of Yohannan Ramban.
He was one of our well wisher, inaugurator and guide, the time of formation of the charitable society "SEDDAC". His body will be interred in a specially-constructed crypt at the Mar Kuriakose Dayara Chapel on Wednesday (17-09-08). During this sad moment we remember and share his memorable, precious and delightful activities for the well being of community. He will be always our patron, chief and path-finder in social service. Yohannan Ramban was active in public life, being the member of the Managing Committee of the Orthodox Church, president of the Kerala State Orphanages Association, general convener of the Kerala Madya Virudha Munnani and head of Asha Kiran, a rehabilitation centre for AIDS-afflicted persons.

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Kerala orphanages seek more government help - Newindpress.com

Yohannan Ramban, president of Kerala's Orphanages Association, told IANS.The orphanages, run by independent voluntary organisations, support 35,000 girls and 25,000 boys.Ramban, who is a senior priest and runs one of the biggest orphanages in Kottayam, also wants the government to reserve some college seats for those in orphanages who pass out of schools."Our primary concern is that once these inmates finish Class 12, they should be given some sort of benefits that will get them admission into technical and professional courses," he said.The association is presently preparing a directory of orphanages in the state.

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