At Port Mourant – New Jersey Arya Samaj hosting Berbice suicide forum

 

 

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="620"] From left are Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Human Services Ministry, Patrick Findlay, Pandit Suresh Sugrim and Chief Probation Officer, Forbes Munroe[/caption]

February 11, 2014
Written By Telesha Ramnarine

THE Humanitarian Mission of New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir Inc. is inviting the public to attend its ‘Let’s Talk Initiative on Suicide Prevention and Spirituality’ today, at the Corentyne Comprehensive High School, Port Mourant, ...

 
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Religious leaders step up fight against suicide in Region 6

 

 

FEBRUARY 22, 2014 · BY DAVID PAPANNAH
Religious leaders in Region 6 recently moved to stem the tide of persons taking their own lives in the region through an initiative that saw young people talking with their peers, parents, social workers and the religious leaders themselves.

The ‘Let’s Talk’ meeting was recently hosted by Humanitarian Mission of Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir Inc, in collaboration with the Ministry of Human Services and ...

 
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Community rallies behind project of ‘hope’

 

[caption id="attachment_1808" align="aligncenter" width="460"] Some of the artistes on stage at the Vedic Cultural Centre at "An Evening of Hope 2" fundraiser. (Adit Kumar pix)[/caption]

By Adit Kumar
The turnout two Saturdays ago to the fund raising concert for the Port Mourant Humanitarian Village has confirmed that this project has warmed the hearts of the community at large. Snow-covered surfaces, sub zero temperatures and a forecast of 10...

 
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An Evening of Hope 2

 

Dear Brothers and Sisters of Humanity,

Greetings and Namaste!

I hope that all is well with you and your family. I am reaching out to you, on behalf of The Humanitarian Mission of New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir, Inc., (HMNJAS), in collaboration with the Guyana Central Arya Samaj, to support the establishment of a Humanitarian Mission Village Project at Lots 21-26 Area Q, Ankerville, Port Maurant, Corentyne, Berbice which ...

 
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Mandela has left us richer than anything money can buy

 

December 6, 2013 | By Admin
Mandela has left us richer than anything money can buy

Dear Editor,
 
The world has lost a great freedom fighter and statesman with the death of South Africa’s first black President Nelson Mandela. All is not lost, however, for he has left us with a great legacy and left us richer than anything money can buy. He lived his life by virtues of truth, ...

 
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Arya Samaj Port Mourant empowerment centre moving ahead

 

DECEMBER 4, 2013
Arya Samaj Port Mourant empowerment centre moving ahead
 

The vision of the Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mis-sion for reducing poverty and social problems affecting Berbicians is closer to becoming a reality as construction of the Empower-ment and Training Centre moves apace.

The centre, located at Ankerville, Port Mourant, Corentyne will target school dropouts, single parents and victims of domestic violence among others.

Construction of the $17M centre commenced ...

 
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New Jersey Arya Samaj building skills centre in Guyana

 

January 18, 2013 By admin
By Vishnu Bisram
The New Jersey Arya Samaj plans to build a skills development training centre in Port Mourant, Berbice. It will be the first building to be constructed by the organisation overseas as part of its Humanitarian Mission Village project.The organisation has been involved in many humanitarian projects over the years in Guyana and has been doling out millions of dollars in this regard....

 
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Port Mourant to get Skills Development Training Centre

By Adit Kumar
Artist's conception of the Skills Development Training Centre to be constructed as part of the Humanitarian Mission Village project at Ankerville, Port Mourant, Corentyne spearheaded by
the New Jersey Arya Samaj.
A Skills Development Training Centre will be the first building to be constructed in the Humanitarian Mission Village project at Ankerville, Port Mourant, Corentyne undertaken by the New Jersey Arya Samaj in collaboration with the Guyana ...

 
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