New Jersey Arya Samaj focused on reducing poverty

Monday, September 1, 2009

The New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir Inc has recently donated equipment and offered ser vices in various fields in the Berbice and other community as part of efforts to eliminate poverty in Guyana and make life better for the less fortunate,. The U. S.- based Guyanese group is funded by the contributions from Guyanese who reside in America. In 2005, the non- profitorganisation initiated projects in Guyana and ...

 
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Tears of joy – Gladys Sanchari, a new home owner

Monday August 31, 2009

RELIANCE SETTLEMENT, EAST CANJE – The tears were unstoppable when Gladys Sanchari of Lot 26, Reliance Settlement in East Canje got the keys to her new home. The 69-year old woman said that this is a new beginning for herself and 50-year old son David Madramootoo.

On Friday Head of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir Inc. Humanitarian Mission, Pandit Suresh Sugrim handed over the US$6,000 concrete structure to the ...

 
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New Jersey Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission leader meets President

Wednesday, 26 August 2009

The New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir Humanitarian Mission has done a substantial degree of charitable work in Guyana since July 31 and its President Pandit Suresh Sugrim visited President Bharrat Jagdeo today to outline the companyE2s achievements.

Recognising that government has been building institutional capacity to support the less fortunate in society, Pandit Sugrim, during his discussions with President Jagdeo, offered his organisation’s patronage.
Since work began ...

 
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15-yr-old attempts suicide twice

Sunday, August 23, 2009

HOUSE visits to disabled persons in Mahaica by Pandit Suresh Sugrim of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir Inc. Humanitarian Mission, partnered by the Berbice branch of Guyana Women in Development (Guywid), members of the Berbice youth arm of the Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha, the Golden Om Dharmics, and medical personnel, including medex Savitri Mohan, revealed some distressing features of life in the rural areas of Guyana.

One ...

 
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Arya Samaj assists impoverished family

AUGUST 17, 2009

Gladys Madramootoo and her son David stand in front of the structure they home. The decision was taken when Head of the Mission, Pandit Suresh visited the woman and observed the conditions under which she lived with her 50-year old son, David Madramootoo, an employee of Freedom House of the People’s Progressive Party in New Amsterdam.
He explained that the building the family occupied was passed on from ...

 
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‘Moon’ thought life could get no better but it did

Saturday, August 15, 2009

They thought their life could get no better. Seeking shelter under an old wooden table as rain fell through the porous zinc sheet roof was the way of life for 61-year-old Gladys Madramootoo, called ‘Moon’, and her surviving son David, a forty-five-year-old drainage and irrigation foreman, attached to the Canefield Enterprise Neighbourhood Democratic Council in East Canje, Berbice.

The house where Gladys and her son David Madramootoo lived ...

 
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New Jersey Arya Samaj returns for another humanitarian mission in Guyana – leader meets Prime Minister Hinds

Friday July, 31, 2009

President of the New Arya Samaj Mandir Humanitarian Mission Pt Suresh Sugrim presents certificate of recognition to Prime Minister Samuel Hinds.

The New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir Humanitarian Mission, headed by American-based Guyanese Pandit Suresh Sugrim, has returned to continue its yearly charitable outreach programmes to the less fortunate children and other under-privileged groups across the country.
Yesterday the Mission’s leader met Prime Minister Samuel Hinds at ...

 
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Humanitarian Mission 2009

Friday July, 31, 2009

WILLIAMSBURG, CORENTYNE: Are you in need of help? Then contact Head of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir Inc. Humanitarian Mission, Pandit Suresh Sugrim on telephone number 675-0062. Pandit20Sugrim, who is now based at Williamsburg on the Corentyne, arrived in Guyana on Friday to commence the 2009 charitable programme.

This service targets the less fortunate persons, senior citizens and victims of disaster. Humanitarian Mission 2009 kicked off on Saturday ...

 
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