Odisha: In the aftermath of severe damage to the homes and public infrastructure caused by the Cyclone Fani that made landfall in Puri on 3 May, the following centres conducted relief operations detailed below:
Bhubaneswar centre distributed 1486 solar lanterns, 1486 dhotis, 1486 lungis, 2972 saris and 1486 tarpaulins among 1486 families in Khordha and Puri districts from 22 to 31 May.
Puri Math distributed 3000 solar lanterns, 3000 plastic sheets, 3000 saris and 3000 lungis among 5117 families in Puri district from 5 to 30 June.
Puri Mission Ashrama distributed 4000 saris, 4000 lungis, 4000 towels and 4000 mosquito-nets among 4000 families in Puri district from 5 to 28 June.
Gujarat: On 14 June, Porbandar centre distributed 1200 packets of snacks to people who had taken shelter in government-run camps in Porbandar as a precautionary measure against the Cyclone Vayu.
Arunachal Pradesh: In response to a fire incident in Aalo in which 3 houses were completely destroyed, Aalo centre distributed 19 blankets, 28 shirts, 19 trousers, 19 jackets, 24 sweaters, 20 belts and 3 sets of utensils (each set containing a karahi, a pot, a kettle, a bucket, 4 plates, 4 bowls, a ladle, a jug, a mug, a tumbler and a tea pan) among 3 affected families on 6 June.
Karnataka: In response to the drought in various parts of Belagavi district, Belagavi centre distributed 40.92 lakh litres of water among 5543 affected families from 4 May to 18 June.
Maharashtra: In the aftermath of the recent drought, Aurangabad centre distributed 21.25 lakh litres of water in 13 villages of Aurangabad district from 19 May to 4 June.
Chhattisgarh: Raipur centre distributed 5400 litres of buttermilk to thirsty wayfarers in Raipur from 25 May to 21 June.
Gujarat: Vadodara centre distributed 7200 litres of buttermilk and 31,000 litres of drinking water to thirsty wayfarers in Vadodara from 1 May to 17 June.
Tamil Nadu: Chennai Mission Ashrama distributed about 30,000 litres of buttermilk to thirsty wayfarers in Chennai district from 1 to 31 May. Salem centre distributed 9600 litres of buttermilk to thirsty wayfarers in Salem from 14 April to 31 May.
Telangana: Hyderabad centre distributed 37,024 litres of buttermilk to thirsty wayfarers passing by the centre and in Karimnagar district from 1 May to 10 June.
To extend a helping hand to poor and needy people, 11 of our centres in different parts of the country have distributed 9069 shirts, 3214 trousers, 95 saris, 379 jackets, 414 sweaters, 700 tops, 50 bicycles, 150 school bags, 150 umbrellas, 9055 notebooks, 560 pens and 280 pencils among poor and needy people during the month of June.
Under the self-employment programme, Chandipur centre gave a sewing machine to a poor and needy person on 15 April.
Photo Gallery ⇒ Relief Services July 2019