• Mon. May 27th, 2024

Barak Valley was severely hit by floods, Various NGOs extended a helping hand to victims!

Barak Valley in Assam has been hit by Assam floods to a major extent out of continuous rainfall in Cachar, Hailakandi, and Karimganj districts. Unfortunately, Silchar was entirely submerged in water.

Several houses were being washed away; no electricity and no food was the new normal. There has been an absolute lack of drinking water as well. It was during these tough times that a few Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) extended their helping hand to the flood victims.

Milaap :

Team Milaap has till now helped 10000+ families with food relief and distributed 30000+ litres of water in rural areas Team Milaap has now helped 10000+ families with food relief and distributed 30000+ liters of water in rural areas like Bakatpur, Modhurbond, Deb Para, Chirukandi, Kanakpur, Budhurail, Chandrapur, Tikorbasti, Hair path and urban areas like Subash Nagar, National Highway, etc. Next week we are also doing sanitation drives and helping the city to be plastic-free.

Rising Youth:

In this critical situation ‘The rising Youth Society’ of Silchar was working on flood victims and patients rescued from homes, hospitals, Drinking water and basic foods providing, Health kits distributions, etc., and also ready to do In this critical situation, ‘The rising Youth Society’ of Silchar was working on flood victims and patients rescued from homes, hospitals, Drinking water and basic foods providing, Health kits distributions, etc., and also ready to do anything at the time of emergency. The Rising Youth Society installed a temporary Community Kitchen for Flood Affected People’s who are still residing on roads due to the flood and provided special lunch to about 1,400 flood victims.

Khalsa Aid:

Khalsa Aid has also played an important role in helping hand to those in need and this time too when Assam needs the most help. The organization’s volunteers are leaving no stones unturned.
The group has been providing clean drinking water and bread to people stranded in remote areas of Silchar Das Colony, National Highway. Cachar DC shares its activity on Twitter.

Hridoy NGO :

Hridoy Social and Cultural Organization with the help of free generators, drinking water is being pumped to the flood victims in Silchar. Water is also provided in some private shelters that have taken flood victims.

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Jubashakti NGO:

Yuva shakti Ngo served in many places of Silchar This NGO worked in Vivekanand Road, Panchayat Road, Sharatpally, Rangirkhari, National Highway, and many more bye lanes of Silchar. Jubashakti NGO in collaboration with Yuvashakti SHG and also Yuva shakti NYK members.

Marwari Yuva Manch :

Marwari Yuva Manch, Silchar distributed food and water to the needy people living in Dudhpatil and Karati villages. Marwari Yuva Manch and Silchar distributed food and water to the needy people living in Dudhpatil and Karati villages. They also worked distribution of food started by reciting Gayatri Mantra. Marwari Yuva Manch Silchar Sakha is looking after the maintenance of G.C college flood relief camp, Manch karyakartas are providing service on daily basis to almost 3500 flood-affected individuals residing at the camp.

Hemkunt Foundation:

Hemkunt Foundation the soldiers of Guru Nanak Dev Ji made several small groups and went further into the alleys of Silchar where a boat may not be able to enter after a certain point. The houses were cut off from the rest of the town at this time. They covered areas like National Highway Road and Das Colony. They joined forces with NDRF to assist more people and the team was led by a female volunteer!

Eco Alarmist:

Team Eco Alarmist started by taking SOS messages from people who weren’t getting help from the district administration and tried to send immediate help through people and NGOs present in their location

Then they started with a drinking water and food distribution drive, where they handed over these items to more than 1000 people in flood-affected areas in urban areas of Silchar

When the water level has decreased in town, they are reaching out to rural areas with ration kits for families. They also provided ration kits to flood-affected tea garden tribes of Rosekandy Tea Estate

They also supported Animal Rescue Organic to feed animals affected by floods.

Photo: Team Eco Alarmist

Aahvaan NGO and Aarya NGO :

The members of Aahvaan NGO and Aarya NGO worked from Day one in Silchar when no other organization was there, literally NO OTHER organization. Only Govt. agencies were present, from 20th of June when they started our tele calling service for the distressed person our team consists of 6 members Swarnadeep Ghosh, Srimoy Bhattacharjee, Debasish Das Gupta, Prateek Banik, Shankhayan paul, and Madhumita Nath was in a day we have received 500+ calls from all over India. We have coordinated with our district Administration, their 3 members delegation team also visited ASSAM STATE DISASTER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY (ASDMA) where we submitted a memorandum to the Joint Chief Executive Officer, who assured us to provide the necessary arrangements mentioned in the memorandum. Tele calling a team of Aahvaan NGO and Aarya NGO has worked day and Night 24*7 not only that they started doing the relief material distribution in the different areas of town, but during this time they also got support from the Bengaluru Sreehotto Sammelan (BSS).

Young Mizo Association of Mizoram

The Central Young Mizo Association of Mizoram delivered clean drinking water to the flood-stranded Mizo and Non-Mizo residents of Silchar . Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga informed it on Twitter.

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