Community support needful to arrest domestic violence

November 27, 2010 | By KNews | Filed Under News

Although it may not always be easy and straight forward, sustained efforts must be made to reduce the prevalence of domestic violence. This is the conviction of Pandit Suresh Sugrim of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission.
His concerns are forthcoming even as local efforts are being made to raise awareness and to sensitise members of the public to the social problem.  And ...

 
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New Jersey Arya Samaj donates wheelchairs to four helpless Berbicians

November 1, 2010 | By KNews | Filed Under News

WILLIAMSBURG, CORENTYNE – The New Jersey Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission continues to impact on the lives of the less fortunate. Recently it donated four wheelchairs to Nankishore Deen, James Forbes, Monica Amanda Narine and Mohamed Haniff Usman. Fifty-one year old Nankishore Deen, of Port Mourant, suffered a stroke in August and is unable to walk. His brother-in-law Deonan Chin said that the man was bedridden ...

 
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New Jersey Mission to build Benevolent Home in Port Mourant

-To house the elderly, orphans, the abused
Sunday, 03 October 2010 05:41

THE NEW JERSEY Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission (NJASHM) has embarked upon a project to house senior citizens, abused women and men and orphans in East Berbice. After analyzing the situation carefully with regard to the vulnerable groups at reference, NJASHM has decided to fast-track the construction of a two-storey building measuring 180’ by 60’ to accommodate between 100-200 individuals from all ethnic groups ...

 
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Justice, mercy and compassion mortgaged

Wednesday, 06 October 2010 03:01
Written By: Parvati-Edwards Persaud

- And mother’s love on the auction block
“Neesa used to tell us a lot of things about how horrible a life she was living…She told friends, she told teachers, she told everybody…” Then, subsequently, a straight-A student attending the premier high school in the country dropped out of the radar of academia, and no-one except her friends – all voiceless juveniles like ...

 
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Overseas-based religious body proposes benevolent home for Berbice

October 10, 2010
The New Jersey Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission (NJASHM) has embarked upon a pioneering project to construct a benevolent home for seniors, abused women, men and orphans. The facility which is estimated to cost some US$100,000 will be erected in Port Mourant, Berbice, according to NJASHM’s Pandit Suresh Sugrim. He revealed that fund-raising activities have already commenced in this regard in the United States and Guyana.

 
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Arya Samaj building home for abused women, seniors

Saturday, October 2, 2010

The New Jersey Arya Samaj/ Guyana  Central Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission has embarked on a project to construct a building to house senior citizens, abused women, men  and orphans in Guyana, at Port Mourant in Berbice. Fundraising activities in Guyana and overseas has already commenced, so that the construction can begin soon. The home will be a 180x60 two- flat build ing with a capacity for 200 to 300 individuals, ...

 
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New Jersey Mission to build Benevolent Home in Port Mourant

Written by Sunday, 03 October 2010 05:41

THE NEW JERSEY Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission (NJASHM) has embarked upon a project to house senior citizens, abused women and men and orphans in East Berbice. After analyzing the situation carefully with regard to the vulnerable groups at reference, NJASHM has decided to fast-track the construction of a two-storey building measuring 180’ by 60’ to accommodate between 100-200 individuals from all ethnic groups and religious backgrounds.

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Domestic Violence – a force to reckon with

September 5, 2010

There are many theories that attempt to explain why some men use violence against their partners. Some of these include the following: chemical dependency, economic hardship, family dysfunction, lack of spirituality, poor communication skills, provocation by women and stress, according to New Jersey based Pandit Suresh Sugrim, an activist against domestic violence. According to him, although the aforementioned theories can be linked to the abuse and battering of women, ...

 
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