“Thanks Letter From Goutami Tadimalla - Founder Of Life Again Kuwait Chapter”

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Life Again Foundation is proud to announce the launch of our Kuwait Chapter on the 8th of April at the American International School auditorium, Kuwait. It was a wonderful event that has truly brought together individuals from all walks of life for the common cause of Life Again.

“One for One, We are there for Everyone” our motto has been personified by our team that has worked so hard to make this event happen. I am so proud and touched to say that Life Again Kuwait has been supported by individuals from all walks of life, communities, languages and nationalities. Mr. Venkat Koduri has spearheaded the launch event with his tireless dedication, along with Mr. Vinay Muthyala. They have been brilliantly supported by many other Indians living in Kuwait, who have come together across Organizations and Associations; all working together selflessly to realize our vision of “One for One, We are there for Everyone” at Life Again. I know each one of my friends here understand that they are in my heart for the love they have shown us.

Mr. Malek Al Jabeel – advisor to CEO, Gulf Investment Corporation, leading figure in Investment Banking sector, philanthropist.
Dr. Hind Al Bahar – Epidemiologist, philanthropist and social worker who extensively supports social work projects in India since several years.
Madame Luluwa Alnaama – Integrated with Ameeri office, professional of impeccable standing within Kuwaiti community.
Reham Al Rashidi – Leading motivational speaker of Kuwait, Life coach, Women’s empowerment champion, owns her eponymous TV channel, beloved public figure of Kuwait.
Zain Al Zabin – Leading child psychologist of Kuwait, social activist, motivational speaker.

I am honoured to say that these esteemed individuals have come forward to support Life Again as they share the vision and convictions that motivate us and I would like to thank them for epitomizing our motto, ‘One for One, We are there for Everyone’, and underscoring the universality of humankind. The generosity of spirit that has been extended to us by each and every one of those, both Indian and Kuwaiti, has strengthened our conviction that we are one regardless of how we are defined.

The unmistakable highlight of the event was the mesmerizing performance by Padmashri Shobana. She and her troupe held us in thrall and have left Kuwait raving about her talent. I am deeply indebted to her for her immediate and heartfelt support to our cause. My friend, thank you so much!

My visit to Kuwait has been memorable for several reasons. Certainly because of the launch of a new chapter of Life Again, which means that our ability to reach our efforts further has been extended in a new part of the world, but hugely so because of the love that has been showered upon us from both, our fellow countrymen and the Kuwaiti people. The open hearted and generous support that has been extended to the philosophy of Life Again, is truly humbling and exhilarating. I and my team are inspired and energized to keep forging ahead on our path. To keep fighting to realize our goal of equal rights to health and education for all. With the focus on rural health and education infrastructure and opportunities.

Life Again Kuwait will be engaged in supporting our activities in India, but more importantly, will work in Kuwait as well. We are in the process of identifying areas in which we can add value and be of significant support. We are also establishing relationships that will enable us to synergize our efforts with those in Kuwait and contribute to causes here. Health, child development and women’s empowerment would be the primary areas of our work. Of course, needless to say, we would not restrict ourselves to these issues but contribute wherever we are needed.

Not in conclusion but in beginning, I would like to say from the bottom of my heart…thank you.


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