Construction begins on Arya Samaj benevolent home

December 22, 2012 | By KNews | Filed Under News

By Leon Suseran

Construction has begun on the US$400,000 Benevolent Home at Ankerville, Port Mourant Corentyne. A simple block- laying ceremony was recently held at the site. The fence has started to take shape around the complex. The New Jersey Arya Samaj and its Guyana chapter, the Guyana Central Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission, turned the sod for the construction of the complex in March ...

 
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An Evening of Hope – February 2, 2013! – IN CANADA!

 IN AID OF THE OF THE NEW JERSEY ARYA SAMAJ HUMANITARIAN MISSION VILLAGE PROTECT
YOU HAVE TO EXPERIENCE IT… AN EVENT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY…
We kindly request you and your family support, for this fund raising event in aid of building a much needed benevolent home in Guyana that will offer a safe haven for victims of gender-based violence and orphans. Not only that, but it will also house ...

 
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NJASMHM reaches out to the victims of Hurricane Sandy

On Sunday, November 11, 2012, members of the New Jersey Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission, awoke prior to sunrise to set voyage upon their activity for the day.  At the Elegant Rose Hall, located in Bronx, NY, the members prepared delicious hot meals to distribute to the victims of Hurricane Sandy in Far Rockaway, Queens,  NY. As many may have known, this vicious Hurricane came strongly and put many to shock, leaving millions ...

 
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Sod turned at Ankerville for Arya Samaj humanitarian village

By Stabroek staff  |  Monday, March 26, 2012

Vulnerable persons are expected to benefit from a humanitarian village that will be constructed at Ankerville, Port Mourant, Corentyne by the New Jersey Arya Samaj and its Guyana Chapter, the Guyana Central Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission.

 

 
According to a release from the Government Infor-mation Agency, street children, abused persons and elderly persons without families will be housed at the humanitarian mission village while ...

 
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Sod turned for Humanitarian Mission Village on the Corentyne

March 26, 2012 | By KNews | Filed Under News
Kaieteur News
- will be safe haven for seniors, orphans, and victims of gender-based violence

By Leon Suseran

Prime Minister Samuel Hinds and other high- level dignitaries turned the sod for the construction of a Humanitarian Mission Village, the first of its kind in Guyana, for Port Mourant, Berbice.
The project is being carried out by the New Jersey Arya Samaj/Guyana Central Arya ...

 
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Arya Samaj turns sod for construction of benevolent home

The New Jersey Arya Samaj and its Guyana chapter, the Guyana Central Arya Samaj Humanitarian Mission on Saturday turned the sod for the construction of a humanitarian home at Ankerville, Port Mourant, Corentyne, Region Six.
 
The home will provide accommodation for street children, abused persons, aged persons without family, as well as provide a skills training centre meant to train and empower not only the residents of the village, ...

 
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CAN BE REDUCED IF MALES ARE TARGETED

Written by Leroy Smith  Guyana Chronicle

Sunday, 25 March 2012 20:30
--practice destroys social fabric
DOMESTIC violence could be vastly reduced if there was a more serious approach to the root causes of the problem -- the men in society.
This is according to Minister within the Finance Ministry, Bishop Juan Edghill, who opined that if there is not meaningful input into the cause of the problem, society would forever be confronted with ...

 
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Emotionally- charged Inter-faith candlelight service held for abused victims

February 18, 2012 | By KNews | Filed Under News
-woman shares her painful story

By Leon Suseran

Hundreds filled Spready’s Square at Port Mourant on the Corentyne on Wednesday

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="250" caption="Amelia Veeren, victim of domestic violence sharing her painful storyevening in one of the first ever Inter-faith candlelight services to show solidarity with victims of sexual abuse."][/caption]

Hindus, Christians and Muslims from all walks of life, ...

 
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