Humanitarian Mission continues

Monday August 2, 2010

WILLIAMSBURG, CORENTYNE – Head of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission Pandit Suresh Sugrim expressed disgust at the level some persons go in order to acquire help. The Humanitarian Mission is known for the aid it renders to families in need in the form of construction of low-cost houses, the distribution of hampers, vouchers for food and educational needs and cash to offset medical expenses.
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Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission expends US$30,000 to the needy

August 16, 2010

WILLIAMSBURG, CORENTYNE – The Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission 2010 ended on Saturday, with the organisation expending some US $30,000 to the needy. Head of the Mission, New Jersey based, Pandit Suresh Sugrim explained that though this aspect has been completed, the local Chapter headed by his brother Dr. Ramesh Sugrim would continue to assist persons in need, “It is heart-rending to see how some people live in Guyana. In Crabwood Creek I ...

 
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Why do men abuse and batter women?

Written by PANDIT SURESH SUGRIM
Monday, 23 August 2010

THERE are many theories that attempt to explain why some men use violence against their partners. Some of those theories include the following: chemical dependency, economic hardship, family dysfunction, lack of spirituality, poor communication skills, provocation by women and stress. While these issues can be linked with the abuse and battering of women, they are not the causes. If the associated factors are ...

 
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Domestic violence should not happen in society – NJAS president

Monday, August 23, 2010

President of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission, Pandit Suresh Sugrim, believes that domestic violence should not, and does not need to, happen in our society. In a recent interview with Guyana Times , the U. S. based Guyanese shared his views on the issue of domestic violence, and outlined why he believes men abuse women, and why women stay in those relationships.

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New Jersey Arya Samaj assists Help and Shelter

August 13, 2010

Pandit Suresh Sugrim hands over a cheque to Denise Dias, in the presence of other Help and Shelter officials.
The New Jersey Arya Samaj Inc. showed its support for the work of the Help and Shelter organization with a monetary donation last Wednesday at the Shelter’s Home Stretch Avenue, D’Urban Park Georgetown, headquarters.
President of the Arya Samaj Mandir Inc., Pandit Suresh Sugrim, hands over check to ...

 
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Outstanding, service to community

Monday, 26 July 2010 Pandit Suresh Sugrim last week presented Prime Minister Samuel Hinds with a certificate from the New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir Inc. Humanitarian Mission (NJASM) for his outstanding contribution and invaluable community service. Pandit Sugrim (left) making the presentation to Mr. Hinds at the Office of the Prime Minister, Wight’s Lane, Kingston. The NJASM has been involved in charitable work in both the US and Guyana.
 
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New Jersey Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission donates towards saving three-year old sight

Friday, 30 July 2010

A mother’s prayer is answered

THE prayers of the anxious, tearful mother of three-year-old Safuna Lewis, stricken with a rare disease of the eye, and needingurgent cash to offset medical procedure in order to save her right eye have been answered. An appeal made to the public through this newspaper on Tuesday , stated that the infant had already lost vision in the left eye, and an initial ...

 
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FFTP Director recognized for service to the community

July 28, 2010

Executive Director of Food For The Poor (Guyana) Inc. Leon L Davis, received a certificate on Monday for his “outstanding and invaluable service to the community”. At the organization’s Festival City head office, Pandit Suresh Sugrim, President of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Mandir, Inc. Humanitarian Mission, presented a “Certificate of Special Senate Recognition”, signed by United States Senator of New Jersey, Robert Menendez, to Davis.
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