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Supreme Task pays homage to the martyred soldiers attacked in Pulwama district, J&K

Supreme Task pays homage to the martyred soldiers attacked in Pulwama district, J&K

Superintendent of Police, Bolangir along with Superintendent of Central Reserve Police Force, Bolangir unit organized a rally inviting the civil society, institutions and organizations of Bolangir. Supreme Task General Hospital, Bolangir came forward to pay homage to the Martyred Soldiers who lost their lives on 14 February 2019 while a convoy of vehicles carrying security personnel on the Jammu Srinagar National Highway was attacked by a vehicle-borne suicide bomber at Lethpora in the Pulwama district, J&K, India. Around 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were Martyred.

Staff of Supreme Task General Hospital went with a banner expressing solidarity to the martyred brave hearts of India and condolences to their family. Over 5000 people including Army Officers, Civil Society Members, Govt. Officials, College Students, NGOs, Media etc. came forward to pay homage to the martyred soldiers. It was worth watching how the entire city was united to come forward on the streets of Bolangir to pay homage to the brave hearts. Holding candles in their hand, tears in their eyes, long live slogans piercing the sky people including women marched through the streets of Bolangir. It looked like Bolangir city halted for few hours to pay homage to the martyred soldiers. Passers by were bowing their heads in front of the banners having pictures of martyred soldiers and expressing their gratitude for the deposits of blood to protect the Nation.  

Our National Director Ajit Pal was invited to address the gathering. He in his brief speech while expressing grief for the martyred soldiers and condolences to their family reminded the people present about such a time as this in 1965 when then Prime Minister Late Lal Bahadur Sashtri gave the slogan “Jai Jawan, Jai Kishan” from Ramlila Maidan of Delhi when Pakistan was attacking India. He urged the people of this great Nation to be united at this critical juncture and uproot the evils of terrorism coming from across the border. Youth joined him in giving slogan” jai jawan, Jai Kisan”. A wave of united patriotism flowed among the crowd and everyone was continuously shouting “Jai Hind”, “Vande Matram” and so on.

Grand Christmas Celebration of 2018

Grand Christmas Celebration of 2018

Christmas is about giving like Father gave His Son and Son gave His life for us. On 9th Dec 2018, we celebrated Christmas with around 1200 audiences including Children, Youth, Mothers and family members of staff. Our guests were Mr. Robin Lahiri, Mrs. & Mr. Manjit Titus and Mrs. & Mr. Sanjay Sahu.

Our Project Women and staff also represented a beautiful paradigm of unity by performing a graceful Qawwali dance.

Our Women from Women Empowerment project showcased an influential performance. That was a Fashion show with an impactful message against Women’s vulnerable condition in India. It brought everyone’s attention towards the stage. The women, most of who are working as daily wage labor or maidservant; who have never been to such stage show program and never dreamed of presenting their talent in front of the large gathering. They were so thrilled and excited to perform the fashion show in front of almost 1200 people. For them it was like an Oscar winning experience. These were the women represented those helpless abused women peers, who face Domestic Violence, Child Marriages, Child Abuse, Rape, Triple Talak (Divorce) and other Social evils and stigma. This was the showstopper and we witnessed tears in the eyes of all those presented. When the women lifted up the placards with slogans and the background song supported this cause by singing we will not tolerate these anymore and we need our right to live like others.

Our guests were mesmerized that how they are availing this lifetime opportunity to showcase their talent. They were glued to the performances lineup one by one in sync and loaded with talent and expressions of message through their performance. As per our Guests, they were thrilled watching the dance of Smash Hunger Children. As per him, no one can identify these children are slum dwellers and living in undreamed vulnerable conditions. He announced this, as an achievement for Supreme Task Team to provide a platform to these children and transform their lives from slum residence to stage performers.

We appreciated the dedication and wonderful coordination of our team. We thank to our almighty God for being with us.  Let his grace be upon all of us forever.

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Poor and needy Children and Women were over excited to receive Quilts from USA

Poor and needy Children and Women were over excited to receive Quilts from USA

Delhi is one of the coldest places in India and people living in slums do not have concrete roofs and walls to protect themselves from shivering cold. Some their lives due to the cold waves. Looking at the need Supreme Task came forward to distribute quilts to almost 300 needy women, children and old aged people.

It was indeed a blessing in distinguish for them. All often were excited to have these beautiful brand new quilts imported from USA. Our staff also visited the slum community and distributed quilts door to door to needy and old people. The beneficiaries were expressed their gratitude to Supreme Task for showing such a gesture and love.

Similarly, children from economically weaker section, living in our Children Home Balangir, Odisha, they were also in need of quilts to fight with winter season. We provided around 200 quilts to them, which was a timely help. Children were so much excited and thankful to Supreme Task for providing beautiful quilts.

Our heart felt gratitude to CASA for providing such beautiful quilts to be distributed among these needy people of Delhi and Odisha.

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Free Health Camp along with free medicine distribution for poor and sick Children

Free Health Camp along with free medicine distribution for poor and sick Children

Considering the need of unaffordable medical facilities of slum dwellers, Supreme Task organized a FREE HEALTH CAMP for all slum resident children, wherein they were provided free consultation and medicines. Through this, we helped people to free healthcare services. We approached qualified Doctors to diagnose these children. We invited a medical team from the United States of America, especially for this Camp.

We found many cases of Viral Fever, Cough, Cold, Joint pain and General Sickness. Every child was treated patiently and provided medicines free of cost. Children, who all were underweight and Anemic were provided Multi Vitamins and Deworming Tablets. All children were provided Medicare Shampoo to get rid of Lice and Tablet Zental for Intestinal Worms. A counseling session was conducted for them to understand the need of being Hygienic. They were taught cleanliness etiquettes and encourage them to keep their surroundings clean.

With thededication and support of our staff and support of volunteers, we could able to achieved around300count of children screened by our specialists. Parents were thankful to Supreme Task and expressed their gratitude with rolling tears for providing costly medicines to improve their children’s health and immunity.

Our Founder presidents of Supreme Task International USA, Mr. Larry Derstine & Mrs. Laural Derstine, Mr. Craig Mueller & Mrs. Laura Mueller, the Board of Directors of Supreme Task International USA, were so happy spending time with children. They also brought several gifts from USA, which were distributed among children after the Health Camp. It was reallyamazing seeing our children joyfulspending time with Founders and sponsors.

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Supreme Task is registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860/Dt. 22nd April 1993.Regn. No. S-24131.

Supreme Task is registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 2010, bearing registration number 231660911, issued by Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India.

Supreme Task is registered under section 12A of the Income Tax Act, 1961 wide – DIT (E)/98-99/S-2317/98/650.

All donations made to Supreme Task are exempted under section 80 (G) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Reg. No. DIT(E)/2011-12/S-2317/3270.

Supreme Task is registered as a recipient organization for getting duty free gift goods from Foreign Countriesunder Indo-US Bilateral Agreement.

Registered under ADHOC exemption issued under Sec 25 (2) of the Customs Act, 1962 to import duty-free donated gift goods.

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Supreme Task General Hospital &NetraNiketanis registered under DMET, Govt. of Odisha.Regn. No. -Regd. No. 1131/08.

Empanelled under BijuSwathyaKalyanYojna (BSKY) and BijuKrushakaKalyanYojna (BKKY).

Supreme Task is empanelled by National Health Mission, Govt. of Odisha as State Training Agency (South-West Zone) to run ASHA Home Based New Born Care (HBNC) in 6 Districts of Western Odisha.

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