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Relief Services : A Brief Report as on 1 February 2023

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Tamil Nadu: In response to the damages caused by Cyclone Mondous in December, Chennai Students’ Home centre distributed 300 tarpaulins and 1000 blankets among 620 families in Thiruvallur district from 19 to 30 December.

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Odisha: In the wake of a devastating fire accident, 5 houses in a slum in Puri were burned down. Puri Math centre distributed 100 kg rice, 10 kg pulses, 10 kg soya chunks, 10 kg salt, 5 litres cooking oil, 10 blankets and 10 saris among the 5 affected families on 25 December.

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The following centres distributed the items shown against their names to needy people:

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Baghbazar, Kolkata: 1810 saris, 576 lungis, 50 dhotis, 50 uttariyas, 1110 assorted garments and 2000 face masks from 2 to 25 December.

Chandigarh: 500 kg wheat, 200 kg lentils, 100 litres cooking oil and 100 kg salt on 21 January.

Chengam: 24 saris on 15 December.

Contai: 500 saris from 10 to 15 December.

Dhaleswar, Agartala: 791 dhotis, 1437 saris and 477 towels from 25 September to 27 December.

Jalpaiguri: 3362 saris from 23 December to 17 January.

Jamshedpur: 500 saris from 7 to 17 December.

Jayrambati (through Koalpara ashrama): 1600 saris from 25 September to 25 December.

Koyilandy: 110 saris and 110 lungis on 22 January.

Krishnanagar: 170 plates of food, 32 kg fruits, 160 sweetmeats, 2444 cakes, 3666 packets of biscuits, 152 kg puffed rice and 122 kg snacks from 17 December to 13 January.

Muzaffarpur: 100 saris and 100 dhotis from 20 to 30 December.

Patna: 500 saris and 500 lungis from 25 October to 20 November.

Puri Math: 502 saris from 11 December to 12 January.

Purulia: 506 saris and 536 lungis from 9 December to 9 January.

Salem: 703 towels, 703 packets of biscuits and 703 sweetmeats from 27 November to 5 January.

Saradapitha, Belur: 1000 saris, 600 lungis and 400 dhotis from 4 September to 7 January.

Shyampukur Bati, Kolkata: 2811 kg rice, 937 kg wheat flour, 937 kg pulses, 469 litres cooking oil, 937 kg sugar, 581 kg Horlicks, 581 kg milk powder and 650 saris from 24 September to 26 December.

Sinthi, Kolkata: 28 kg pulses, 40 kg gram, 104 kg potatoes, 13 litres cooking oil, 18 kg spices, 13 kg salt and 10 saris from 1 October to 31 December.

Somsar: 50 saris and 37 ladies’ garments from 14 December to 20 January.

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Jashore: 520 food packets (each packet containing 2 oranges, 1 apple, 1 banana, and 2 loaves of bread) on 13 January.

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Durban: 927 plates of food, 614 kg rice, 146 kg wheat flour, 241 kg maize meal, 410 kg pulses, 250 kg assorted vegetables, 31 kg chilli bite mix, 231 kg porridge, 83 litres cooking oil, 31 kg assorted spices, 178 kg salt, 112 loaves of bread, 187 cans of jam, 63 kg semolina, 895 cans of tinned food, 152 packets of soup powder, 250 litres fruit juice, 80 litres drinking water, 20,872 tea bags, 125 litres milk, 320 kg sugar, 228 matchboxes, 32 tubes of toothpaste, 201 bars of washing soap, 201 bars of bathing soap and 375 face masks in January.

Phoenix: 1910 kg rice, 175 kg maize meal, 60 kg wheat flour, 175 kg cereals, 130 kg pasta, 100 kg porridge, 2 kg semolina, 1100 kg pulses, 80 kg soya chunks, 1690 kg assorted vegetables, 70 kg assorted spices, 225 kg salt, 525 litres cooking oil, 625 cans of tinned food, 45 kg soup powder, 5600 breakfast cereal sachets, 860 packets of biscuits, 150 cakes, 297 kg snacks, 120 litres fruit juice, 12 kg sweetmeat, 305 loaves of bread, 1600 sachets of peanut butter, 60 kg assorted fruits, 800 bars of chocolate, 15 kg Horlicks, 138 litres flavoured milk, 445 litres milk, 13 kg milk powder, 27,500 tea bags, 275 kg sugar, 350 matchboxes, 30 litres sanitizer, 370 bars of bathing soap, 1 litre liquid soap, 175 bars of washing soap, 80 kg detergent powder, 4 baby toiletry packs (each containing shampoo, bathing soap, oil, lotion and nappy rash cream), 175 tubes of toothpaste, 60 toothbrushes, 480 adult napkins, 145 pairs of shoes, 250 assorted garments and a blanket in January.

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The following centres and the headquarters distributed blankets and winter garments, shown against their names, to needy people:

Aalo: 147 blankets on 8 January.

Advaita Ashrama, Kolkata: 400 blankets from 27 November to 2 January.

Aurangabad: 500 blankets from 14 October to 13 December.

Baghbazar, Kolkata: 1800 blankets from 2 to 25 December.

Balaram Mandir, Kolkata: 500 blankets from 1 November to 30 December.

Bamunmura: 200 blankets from 25 to 31 December.

Bhubaneswar: 500 blankets from 14 December to 15 January.

Bolpur: 1069 blankets from 8 December to 17 January.

Chandigarh: 250 blankets from 20 November to 10 January.

Contai: 500 blankets from 10 to 15 December.

Cossipore, Kolkata: 500 blankets from 15 to 30 November.

Cuttack: 300 blankets from 15 November to 6 January.

Dhaleswar, Agartala: 1090 blankets from 25 September to 27 December.

Garbeta: 100 blankets from 15 to 30 December.

Ghatshila: 500 blankets from 6 November to 7 January.

Gourhati: 500 blankets from 21 November to 21 January.

Guwahati: 125 blankets on 12 January.

Headquarters (through Ujjain ashrama): 326 blankets from 25 December to 24 January.

Imphal: 2000 blankets from 1 November to 29 January.

Jalpaiguri: 4140 blankets from 7 November to 17 January.

Jammu: 500 blankets in December.

Jamshedpur: 460 blankets from 15 November to 12 January.

Jayrambati (through Koalpara ashrama): 100 blankets from 25 September to 25 December.

Kamarpukur: 100 blankets on 10 January.

Kanchipuram: 500 blankets from 11 December to 7 January.

Kanpur: 300 blankets from 21 December to 24 January.

Kasundia, Howrah: 600 blankets from 12 September to 28 January.

Katihar: 500 blankets from 16 December to 4 January.

Khetri: 85 blankets from 1 October to 31 December.

Kothar: 500 blankets from 5 to 31 December.

Lalgarh: 500 blankets from 20 October to 10 January.

Medinipur: 1000 blankets from 1 December to 23 January.

Mumbai: 1100 blankets on 27 November and 7 December.

Muzaffarpur: 329 blankets from 26 December to 1 January.

Naora: 1200 blankets from 10 December to 2 January.

New Delhi: 196 blankets from 5 December to 3 January.

Patna: 500 blankets from 15 October to 30 December.

Prayagraj: 250 blankets on 19 January.

Purulia: 951 blankets from 9 December to 9 January.

Rajamahendravaram: 500 blankets from 16 December to 4 January.

Rajkot: 2097 blankets from 29 December to 23 January.

Sahudangi: 1300 blankets from 18 December to 12 January.

Salem: 1000 blankets from 27 November to 5 January.

Saradapitha, Belur: 1600 blankets from 4 September to 7 January.

Seva Pratishthan, Kolkata: 180 blankets in January.

Shillong: 500 blankets from 30 December to 18 January.

Shyampukur Bati, Kolkata: 650 blankets and 600 shawls from 24 September to 26 December.

Silchar: 2500 blankets from 6 December to 16 January.

Sinthi, Kolkata: 100 blankets and 270 jackets from 1 to 31 December.

Somsar: 320 blankets from 14 December to 20 January.

Thiruvalla: 100 blankets from 6 November to 21 January.

Visakhapatnam: 90 blankets on 29 November.

Viveknagar, Agartala: 1500 blankets in November and December.

Vrindaban: 1250 blankets and 403 thermal vests on 3 January.

Bangladesh:

Bagerhat: 165 blankets on 11 and 17 January.

Chandpur: 400 blankets from 3 to 16 January.

Dhaka: 300 blankets on 7 and 8 January.

Faridpur: 120 blankets on 14 January.

Jashore: 225 blankets on 14 January.

Nepal: Kathmandu: 131 blankets from 6 to 14 January.

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Jharkhand: (a) Deoghar centre supplied the following building materials to a poor family in Deoghar district between 6 July and 18 January to build their house: 75 bags of cement, 500 cubic feet sand, 95 kg iron bars, 1500 bricks, 122 boxes of tiles, 25 bags of putty and 4 cubic feet of timber.

Ranchi Morabadi centre relaid the roofs of 2 houses of poor villagers in Ranchi district with asbestos sheets on 7 November and 27 December.

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Rajasthan: Khetri centre donated 45 sewing machines to as many poor women on 15 December.

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