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GUWAHATI, Aug 27 - A flood relief camp was organised jointly by the Dimoria College Students� Union (DCSU) and the NSS unit of Dimoria College, Khetri with support from WAY Foundation, Guwahati in Lahorighat area of Morigaon district on August 25.

The camp was led by Anup Dutta Baruah, Programme Officer, NSS. Relief materials were distributed in Batorbori, Singaherua and Jengorbori under Lahorighat revenue circle. Altogether 279 households were benefitted. The team also distributed sanitary pads among women. They conducted an awareness drive about menstrual hygiene and proper disposal of used pad.

Rotary Club of Gauhati West also conducted a flood relief camp for the affected people of Rajabori village in Morigaon district and distributed food and cleaning items including 400 litres of milk, 400 liters of bottled water, baby food, biscuits, soaps, bleaching powder, etc., worth Rs 60,000 to 300 families.

Dr Dibakar Kalita, child specialist from Guwahati, who attended the relief camp, said that there was no breakout of any endemic situation till date.

Friends Forever, a women�s society visited Kalangpar, a flood-affected village at Mayong and distributed food items, candles, match boxes, dhoop, drinking water, etc., to about a hundred families today.

Marwari Hospitals, Guwahati in coordination with the district administration of Nagaon and Morigaon, deputed a team of medical professionals consisting of specialists from the Department of Obs. & Gynae, Paediatrics and General Medicine along with nursing experts to the two districts. The team of doctors comprising Dr Salma Ferdouse Choudhury, Dr Parimal Ranjan De and Dr Debasish Das along with paramedical staff offered their services to the flood-affected people at Kuthori and at Kaliabor in Nagaon, recently.

Another team of doctors along with paramedical staff offered their services at Kurani Bori Gram Panchayat and Patidoya in Morigaon. Over 800 patients from all age groups were treated and free medicines provided to the needy.

Grief & U, an organisation of Guwahati Refinery, Marketing and Pipeline division, organised a flood relief camp at Murkata and Borpam village at Mayong circle of Morigaon district today.

The team distributed relief material like rice, dal, mustard oil, sugar, candle, match box, chira, potato, onion, water bottle, garments, etc., for 200 flood victims. For school students, pencil, rubber, papers, etc., were distributed. The team was led by Sita Baruah, vice president, Welfare wing.

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GUWAHATI, Aug 27 - A flood relief camp was organised jointly by the Dimoria College Students� Union (DCSU) and the NSS unit of Dimoria College, Khetri with support from WAY Foundation, Guwahati in Lahorighat area of Morigaon district on August 25.

The camp was led by Anup Dutta Baruah, Programme Officer, NSS. Relief materials were distributed in Batorbori, Singaherua and Jengorbori under Lahorighat revenue circle. Altogether 279 households were benefitted. The team also distributed sanitary pads among women. They conducted an awareness drive about menstrual hygiene and proper disposal of used pad.

Rotary Club of Gauhati West also conducted a flood relief camp for the affected people of Rajabori village in Morigaon district and distributed food and cleaning items including 400 litres of milk, 400 liters of bottled water, baby food, biscuits, soaps, bleaching powder, etc., worth Rs 60,000 to 300 families.

Dr Dibakar Kalita, child specialist from Guwahati, who attended the relief camp, said that there was no breakout of any endemic situation till date.

Friends Forever, a women�s society visited Kalangpar, a flood-affected village at Mayong and distributed food items, candles, match boxes, dhoop, drinking water, etc., to about a hundred families today.

Marwari Hospitals, Guwahati in coordination with the district administration of Nagaon and Morigaon, deputed a team of medical professionals consisting of specialists from the Department of Obs. & Gynae, Paediatrics and General Medicine along with nursing experts to the two districts. The team of doctors comprising Dr Salma Ferdouse Choudhury, Dr Parimal Ranjan De and Dr Debasish Das along with paramedical staff offered their services to the flood-affected people at Kuthori and at Kaliabor in Nagaon, recently.

Another team of doctors along with paramedical staff offered their services at Kurani Bori Gram Panchayat and Patidoya in Morigaon. Over 800 patients from all age groups were treated and free medicines provided to the needy.

Grief & U, an organisation of Guwahati Refinery, Marketing and Pipeline division, organised a flood relief camp at Murkata and Borpam village at Mayong circle of Morigaon district today.

The team distributed relief material like rice, dal, mustard oil, sugar, candle, match box, chira, potato, onion, water bottle, garments, etc., for 200 flood victims. For school students, pencil, rubber, papers, etc., were distributed. The team was led by Sita Baruah, vice president, Welfare wing.

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