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Relief Services : A Brief Report as on 1 September 2022

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In response to the severe floods in Assam in May, the following centres continued their relief operations, the details of which are given below:

Guwahati centre distributed 600 kg wheat flour, 600 kg pulses, 450 kg soya chunks, 300 litres cooking oil, 135 kg molasses, 600 litres fruit juice, 300 kg detergent powder, 1200 bars of bathing soap, 600 bed-sheets, 600 mosquito nets and 300 saris among 600 families in Hojai and Morigaon districts from 21 and 26 August.

Karimganj centre distributed the following items to 6965 families in Karimganj and Cachar districts from 14 July to 18 August: 13,465 kg wheat flour, 12,757 kg rice flakes (chira), 6480 kg pulses, 3450 kg soya chunks, 14,892 kg potatoes, 3495 litres cooking oil, 3450 kg sugar, 727 kg milk powder, 2754 kg Horlicks, 6990 packets of biscuits, 3840 sanitary napkins, 1300 kg detergent powder and 13,980 bars of soap.

Silchar centre served 4150 plates of food, and distributed 16,510 kg wheat flour, 300 kg chira, 11,250 kg pulses, 12,000 kg potatoes, 3790 kg soya chunks, 11,250 kg salt, 11,700 litres cooking oil, 2183 kg milk powder, 1300 kg molasses, 9000 litres drinking water, 14,160 packets of biscuits and 10,250 bars of bathing soap among 14,160 families in Cachar district from 29 June to 28 July.

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Heavy rains pounded several parts of Maharashtra in July.  In the wake of the disaster, Mumbai centre distributed 128 litres cooking oil, 510 packets of biscuits, 17 kg milk powder, 21 kg tea powder, 170 kg sugar, 85 sets of utensils (each set containing 4 plates, 2 glasses, 2 bowls, a water pitcher (kalash), a milk pot, 2 cooking pots and 2 ladles), 85 buckets, 85 mugs, 170 bed-sheets, 85 towels, 85 mats, 85 tarpaulins, 85 bottles of hair oil, 85 bottles of antiseptic liquid, 170 jars of assorted ointments, 85 gauze rolls and 85 rolls of cotton wool among 85 families in Yavatmal and Wardha districts on 9 and 16 August.

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Due to breaches in canal embankments following heavy rains, several parts of the state witnessed floods in August.  In the wake of the calamity, the following centres conducted relief operations as detailed below:

Bhubaneswar centre distributed 3969 kg chira, 200 kg puffed rice (muri), 831 kg molasses, 175 packets of biscuits, 152 saris, 76 dhotis, 76 towels and 76 torches among 1096 families in Puri district from 22 to 25 August.

Puri Mission centre served 2000 plates of food, and distributed 450 kg wheat flour, 450 kg semolina, 900 kg chira, 450 kg sugar, 2250 packets of biscuits and 2250 litres of drinking water among 450 families in Puri district from 23 to 27 August.

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

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Bagda: 200 saris, 108 pants and 318 T-shirts from 26 July to 12 August.

Cooch Behar: 100 cakes, 100 packets of biscuits, 100 notebooks, 100 pens, 100 bars of soap, 100 tubes of toothpaste, 100 toothbrushes, a football, 2 badminton rackets and 12 shuttlecocks on 15 August.

Dibrugarh: 200 plates of food, 80 kg wheat flour, 20 kg chira, 40 kg pulses, 20 kg soya chunks, 40 kg salt, 40 litres cooking oil, 40 kg sugar, 40 packets of biscuits, 40 bars of bathing soap and 40 bars of washing soap in August.

Hatamuniguda: 100 saris and 100 lungis on 26 August.

Jayrambati: 200 kg pulses, 100 litres cooking oil, 30 kg assorted spices, 100 saris, 100 towels, 100 bottles of hair oil, 100 bars of bathing soap, 100 bars of washing soap and 100 kg detergent powder on 20 August.

Mekhliganj: 60 cakes, 60 packets of biscuits, 12 litres mango drink, 30 mosquito nets, 30 bars of bathing soap, 6 kg detergent powder, 150 pens and 150 notebooks on 29 June and 5 July.

Nagpur: 1014 sets of school uniforms, 3042 notebooks and 1014 pens from 9 July to 1 August.

Naora: 500 kg rice, 300 kg pulses and 50 packets of biscuits on 17 August.

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Fiji: 40 kg rice, 40 kg flour, 20 kg pulses, 15 litres cooking oil, 2 kg tea leaves, 6 kg milk powder, 800 packets of biscuits, 10 kg washing powder, 5 hospital beds with mattresses, 6 dual crutches, 6 elbow crutches, 1000 eyeglasses, 1436 diapers, 1080 KN-95 face masks and 500 assorted garments from 1 July to 22 August.

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Phoenix: 2300 kg rice, 300 kg maize meal, 25 kg wheat flour, 300 kg cereals, 1600 kg pulses, 150 kg soya chunks, 1650 kg assorted vegetables, 140 kg assorted spices, 400 kg salt, 850 litres cooking oil, 650 cans of tinned food, 40 kg soup powder, 5600 breakfast cereal sachets, 1260 packets of biscuits, 150 cakes, 40,000 tea bags, 400 litres milk, 400 kg sugar, 113 kg milk powder, 100 kg pasta, 100 kg porridge, 1200 loaves of bread, 1600 sachets of peanut butter, 800 bars of chocolates,  68 litres flavoured milk, 97 kg snacks, 47 kg sweetmeat, 15 kg Horlicks, 46 sets of household utensils (including crockery, cutlery & cooking utensils), 500 matchboxes, 150 litres sanitizer, 300 bars of washing soap, 510 bars of bathing soap, 250 tubes of toothpaste, 60 toothbrushes, 2 pairs of shoes, 720 adult napkins, 9 blankets and 152 assorted garments in August.

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Fiji centre donated 19 tables, 5 school desks and 24 chairs to 5 schools in Nadi district in July.

 

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Bagerhat and Mymensingh centres jointly provided 36 corrugated tin sheets on 25 August to 3 flood-affected families in Netrokona district to rebuild their houses.

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The Headquarters, through Gourhati and Naora centres, built 3 houses for poor families in Arambagh and South 24 Parganas districts.  The houses were handed over to the families on 12 and 15 August.

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Swamiji’s Ancestral House, Kolkata, distributed 6 sewing machines to as many families in Hooghly district on 26 July to help them earn their livelihood.

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