Sewa Bharti organises Sewa Sangam

JAMMU: Sewa Bharti, a registered (NGO) working for under previliged in J and K State held Sewa Sangam, of around 45 NGOs of the State. NGOs from Ladakh, Kargil, Kashmir, Reasi, Udhampur, Poonch, Rajuri, participated in the function so as to discuss the strategies to exchange and expand the work of NGO’s in J and K State with co-operation of each other.
Sewa Sangam was inaugurated with traditional lighting of lamp by Chief Guest Suraj Parkash Tung, President All India Sewa Bharti. Subash Roy Hera Math and Ram Lal Gandotra President Sewa Bharti were Guests of Honour.
All the representatives of the NGO gave experiences and difficulties in day to day working, and discussed the ways and means to work in mutual understanding.
All the participants showed much concern about the deteriorating conditions of health and education sector in far flung and slum areas. Separate session was held to discuss the ways, means and strategies to overcome these problems.
An exhibition was also thrown open where various exhibits of Self Help Groups, photographs, presentations of all the 45 participating NGOs of the J and K were shown to all present in Sewa Sangam. All the participants of NGOs appreciated the initiative of Sewa Bharti for holding of Dewa Sangam.
Programme ended with the pledge that all the NGOs will work with one another for common motto to serve the suffering humanity with all love and care. Ram Lal Gandotra President Sewa Bharti J and K gave the vote of thanks.


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