CAMPBELL BAY, Great Nicobar Island (Indian Ocean) - The Shiromani Gurdwara Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has diverted its surplus grain at Chennai to Great Nicobar in response to UNITED SIKHS.call to help Tsunami victims in great Nicobar...
A UNITED SIKHS team, including four volunteers from Chicago, USA, had flown to Bangkok recently to commence the Tsunami relief operation here. A team of 18 volunteers, including 13 Local Thailand Sikhs...
KAMALA, Phuket: A UNITED SIKHS team, including four volunteers from Chicago, USA, had flown to Bangkok recently to commence the Tsunami relief operation here. A team of 18 volunteers, including 13 Local Thailand Sikhs...
UNITED SIKHS relief team arrives in Sri Lanka
January 21, 2005
Colombo, Sri Lanka: A team of relief workers from UNITED SIKHS arrived in Colombo to provide aid to communities affected by the December 25th tsunami tragedy. The team of aid workers from the United States...
The Sikh Community in Nicobar Needs You an Appeal from UNITED SIKHS
January 23, 2005
UNITED SIKHS GHANAIA Tsunami Project Team Leader for S India, Navneet Singh, makes this impassioned plea on behalf of Sikhs in the Nicobar Islands
"We'll do 'whatever' it takes for every person out there on Campbell Bay, the devastation is huge, resources are nil over there and the time is running out. It's time to be simply human beings, find whatever our roles may be in this relief effort...
UNITED SIKHS to Start Langar Sewa in Sri Lanka for Tsunami Relief
January 26, 2005
Colombo, Sri Lanka: UNITED SIKHS relief efforts for the survivors of the December 25th tsunami tragedy are in full swing with the beginning of langar sewa.
Bangkok, Thailand: The UNITED SIKHS Relief Team, along with two Thai counselors and members of the Hi Phi Phi organization, have been continuously providing medical assistance and counseling to survivors of Phi Phi Island.
UNITED SIKHS Expands Tsunami Relief Efforts in Sri Lanka
January 29, 2005
Colombo, Sri Lanka: In its efforts to expand tsunami related relief efforts in Sri Lanka, UNITED SIKHS has set up a base camp in the district of Batticaloa to provide health care, food, shelter and counseling assistance.
After detailed assessment of the needs of the Tsunami victims in Campbell Bay acquired through first hand assessment by Project Leader Esher Singh, the UNITED SIKHS India team is ready to dispatch it's third cargo
Batticaloa, Sri Lanka: After over two weeks of travels in the tsunami ravaged areas of Sri Lanka, setting up of a base camp in Batticaloa district, working with various communities and providing first hand immediate aid UNITED SIKHS
Joys and Sorrows—Campbell Bay Sikh Community Needs to Share With You
February 2, 2005
Campbell Bay - Great Nicobar, Indian Ocean. Sardarni Darshan Kaur Grewal, found hope to live again when she was re-united with her husband and family whom she had presumed dead in Campbell Bay.
Batticaloa, Sri Lanka, February 19, 2005: While financial aide has been pouring into the small island country of Sri Lanka after the Christmas-day tragic tsunami, and various international aid organizations are providing aid
This report has been filed by Sher Singh of Washington DC who leapt into action as soon as we made a call for volunteers and donations. He has worked tirelessly with his team as if relief work was second nature to him.
Campbell Bay Sangat Heals—Slowly but Surely
February 28, 2005
Campbell Bay (Great Nicobar, Indian Ocean) - Gurudwara Sahib in Campbell Bay will soon be made capacious to hold the Guru Granth Sahib and to provide shelter for the Sikh Sangat who lost their homes during the Tsunami.
URGENT HELP NEEDED: The Case of Donger Singh
March 4, 2005
Port Blair, Andaman Islands - Donger Singh is in dire need of funding for his medical treatment. The incredible and near tragic details of Donger Singh and his sister, Charan Kaur, were discovered by the UNITED SIKHS Tsunami Relief Team
Donger Singh, 35 and his mother, Charan Kaur, 65 were brought from Port Blair to Chennai by airplane at 2.40 pm, on March 10th. Bhai Esher Singh, Project Leader of GHANAIA Tsunami Relief Project, received them and moved Donger Singh from the waiting ambulance to the Apollo hospital.
Fifth relief shipment received at Campbell Bay camps
March 22, 2005
Campbell Bay, Indian Ocean—A shipment of 72 boxes (2 tons), 7 large bundles and 10 containers reached Campbell bay yesterday.
Vasakhi with Tsunami Survivors in Navaladdy
April 14, 2005
The UNITED SIKHS team in Sri Lanka has been celebrating Vasakhi with the Tsunami affected people in the village of Navaladdy, Batticaloa, by distributing..
A total of 55 families affected by the Tsunami have been selected to return to their village tomorrow (Monday), whilst more than 400 families wait to find out their fate.
April 22, 2005
Last December's tsunami disaster killed more than 280,000 people. The coasts of India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Maldives, Malaysia, Myanmar and Somalia were devastated. Homes, schools, shops, bridges and roads...
After providing short term relief by supplying food, medical aid and spiritual upliftment to the Tsunami survivors , UNITED SIKHS' Tsunami GHANAIA team, one of the first International NGOs...
UNITED SIKHS TSUNAMI FINANCE AND PROJECT UPDATE
February 2, 2006
On December 26, 2004, the world witnessed one of the deadliest natural disasters in recent history. The Tsunami left millions with shattered lives, hundreds of thousands dead and..
Guru Nanak Sarbat Sikh Sangat (GNSSS), a coalition comprising of UNITED SIKHS and eleven other Sikh organizations delivered the keys of newly built