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Sikh charity Khalsa Aid is helping Syrian refugees

Sikh charity Khalsa Aid is helping Syrian refugees

Sikh charity Khalsa Aid is helping Syrian refugees. More than 250,000 Syrians have lost their lives in four-and-a-half years of armed conflict, which began with anti-government protests before escalating into a full-scale civil war. More than 11 million others have been forced from their homes as forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad and those opposed to

Khalsa Aid now reaches Dominica to help hurricane Maria victims

Three weeks since category 5 Hurricane Maria ripped through Dominica, the scope of the damage remains daunting, with islanders in dire need of water, electricity, food and supplies, the United Nations migration agency has reported as it continued to carry out an array of activities as part of the response. Volunteers of Khalsa Aid are

Sikhs hold ‘relief material’ camp for Rohingya Muslims

Sikhs hold ‘relief material’ camp for Rohingya Muslims

Sikhs hold ‘relief material’ camp for Rohingya Muslims. Living upto the spirit of ‘Sarbat da Bhala’, two Jalandhar based Gurdwaras have started gathering relief material for over 4 lakh homeless Rohingya Muslims, who have got shelter in Bangladesh. The Sikh community has put up stalls outside two gurdwaras in Jalandhar to gather relief material and raise monetary

Sikhs hold ‘relief material’ camp for Rohingya Muslims in Jalandhar gurdwaras

Kusum Arora Jalandhar, September 21 Living upto the spirit of ‘Sarbat da Bhala’, two Jalandhar based Gurdwaras have started gathering relief material for over 4 lakh homeless Rohingya Muslims, who have got shelter in Bangladesh. The Sikh community has put up stalls outside two gurdwaras in Jalandhar to gather relief material and raise monetary assistance

Volunteers request Khalsa Aid : Send us to serve Rohingya Muslims

Volunteers request Khalsa Aid : Send us to serve Rohingya

Volunteers request Khalsa Aid : Send us to serve Rohingya Muslims

Arjun Sharma Sikh volunteers of Khalsa Aid are vying to go to Bangladesh-Myanmar border to help the Rohingya Muslims who have been exiled from their homeland. On the other hand a batch of eight volunteers started their journey for Bangladesh and will reach there by Sunday evening.Office of Khalsa Aid that is an NGO working

Sikh volunteers help Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh

Rohingya Crisis : Sikh volunteers in Bangladesh. Driven out of their homes, lakhs of Rohingya migrants have gathered at the border areas of Myanmar and Bangladesh. Absence of food and water in the area was a major problem until the volunteers of Khalsa Aid reached there. Members of the organization from Punjab are working day

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Khalsa Aid Volunteers help Sri Lanka flood-hit

Khalsa Aid volunteers have reached to help the people in Sri Lankan floods. 200 people have died due to floods in Sri Lanka. In addition, thousands of people have left homeless. A six-member team of Khalsa Aid is providing food, medicines and drinking water in flood-hit areas. On the first day we reached to remote areas

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Unsheltered People Get Help From ‘Khalsa Aid’

Unsheltered People Get Help From ‘Khalsa Aid’ Jalandhar: Without any kind of discrimination, an international level Origination Khalsa Aid is providing help on Border to unsheltered Indian families. During the firing from Pakistan at Jammu’s Rajori sector, number of families migrates to Naushera. Khalsa Aid is providing fresh communal food three times in a day.