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Yangon, Myanmar - As Myanmar reels from the devastating flood emergency that began in July with Cyclone Komen, UNITED SIKHS continues to distribute aid to the worst affected areas in the country.
Yangon, Myanmar-On August 6th, 2015, UNITED SIKHS launched the Myanmar Flood Relief 2015 effort to provide aid and assistance to those affected by Cyclone Komen. These torrential rains have impacted over one million individuals making it one of the worst flood emergencies that Myanmar has ever seen.
Washington, DC-We are pleased to announce another successful completion of the UNITED SIKHS Advocacy and Humanitarian Aid Academy (AHAA).
Washington DC, USA- Once again, we are humbled to announce that we received an overwhelming response from the youth globally who applied to take one of eight spots in our second annual Advocacy and Humanitarian Aid Academy (AHAA) being held from July 6-10, 2015.
All my life I have dreamed of serving my country, but when I tried to enlist in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) program at Hofstra University, I was told I couldn't due to my religious beliefs.
WASHINGTON D. C. - A federal court ruled yesterday that a Sikh college student must be allowed to enroll in Army ROTC without shaving his beard, cutting his hair, or removing his turban. U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson acted in the case of Hofstra University student Iknoor Singh, who had been barred by the U.S. Army from ...
Phoola Maya Tamang, 57, was examined in the medical camp by Dr Raminder Kaur and Dr Rishab Koirala who strongly feel she has some underlying lung condition and is quite ill. We called the WHO health cluster with whom we are registered and they advised us to take her to the nearest government hospital in Kathmandu.
As you know, Nepal was hit by one of the most devastating earthquakes on April 25th. When my country needed help, I came across the UNITED SIKHS team of volunteers and doctors willing to travel to places where no one else dared to go. I found passionate members and we became one team.
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