28 Nov ’21, Ramakrishna Mission, Imphal, distributed 150 Fleece blankets & 150 trousers to 300 villagers in Oinam Hill Village, Senapati Dist. Oinam Hill Village is around 114 Kms from Imphal and is inhabited by Poumai Nagas.
Also, 40 boys & 55 girls, staying in 2 hostels, supported by the villagers for their education at the Govt. High School, were provided with clothing. A Trousers each for boys and a set of a trouser & a shirt each, for the girls.
The PHC, Oinam Hills, serves 33 remote villages, catering to the medical needs of more than 30,000 villagers. 5 blankets were also given to the PHC for emergency use, as and when needed, by the patients or those accompanying them.
The Village Chief presented a basket full of locally grown Kiwi fruits and a clay pot, made in traditional & indigenous pottery style, unique to the ‘Poumai Nagas’ of the Oinam Hill, that can only be practiced by the native womenfolk, thus, the art is restricted to the Oinam Hill Village only.
19 Nov ’21, Ramakrishna Mission, Babupara, Imphal West, visited ‘Poirei Nawakon’, Achanbigei, Imphal East District, and provided winter clothing (trousers, socks & hoodies) for the inmates. ‘Poirei Nawakon’ is a privately managed institution, run by selfless caretakers through public donations, and is a home for 23 destitute/orphan girls. A newly constructed 3-toilet block and a water tank were also inaugurated on the occasion.
The Village Chief, along with village elders & other villagers, expressed their sincere & heartfelt thanks to the Ramakrishna Mission for its services.