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Feeding India brings succour to flood-hit

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GUWAHATI, July 26 - Feeding India�s Guwahati chapter started relief distribution by helping 1,000 families with food material, torches, sanitary pads, antiseptic lotions, mosquito repellent, clothes etc., in Morigaon district, including badly-affected Bhuragaon, an e-mail received here stated.

This was done with the help of materials collected from the residents of Guwahati. More such similar drives will be carried out soon.

Volunteers of Feeding India, Guwahati, completed its first donation drive of flood relief campaign on Sunday last. Over 750 relief kits, which included rice, dal, chidwa, mudi, jaggery, biscuits, water bottles, soap, detergent, antiseptic lotions, mosquito repellent, sanitary pads, torchlights, potatoes, mosquito coils, candles, match boxes and a few essential medicines were distributed along with over 2,000 clothes to the affected people in 3-4 villages of Morigaon district.

These material were donated by residents of Guwahati at the 15 drop points across the city run by volunteers and subsequently packed for distribution.

It may be mentioned here that Feeding India runs the largest youth-run network towards solving hunger and food waste. More than 25,000 volunteers, also called Hunger Heroes, collect and donate leftover food in 75+ cities. The Guwahati chapter started in 2017 has over 4,000 volunteers, mostly school and college-going students. It is headed by Sachin Jha, a 25-year-old from the city.

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Feeding India brings succour to flood-hit

GUWAHATI, July 26 - Feeding India�s Guwahati chapter started relief distribution by helping 1,000 families with food material, torches, sanitary pads, antiseptic lotions, mosquito repellent, clothes etc., in Morigaon district, including badly-affected Bhuragaon, an e-mail received here stated.

This was done with the help of materials collected from the residents of Guwahati. More such similar drives will be carried out soon.

Volunteers of Feeding India, Guwahati, completed its first donation drive of flood relief campaign on Sunday last. Over 750 relief kits, which included rice, dal, chidwa, mudi, jaggery, biscuits, water bottles, soap, detergent, antiseptic lotions, mosquito repellent, sanitary pads, torchlights, potatoes, mosquito coils, candles, match boxes and a few essential medicines were distributed along with over 2,000 clothes to the affected people in 3-4 villages of Morigaon district.

These material were donated by residents of Guwahati at the 15 drop points across the city run by volunteers and subsequently packed for distribution.

It may be mentioned here that Feeding India runs the largest youth-run network towards solving hunger and food waste. More than 25,000 volunteers, also called Hunger Heroes, collect and donate leftover food in 75+ cities. The Guwahati chapter started in 2017 has over 4,000 volunteers, mostly school and college-going students. It is headed by Sachin Jha, a 25-year-old from the city.

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