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People extending helping hand to flood victims

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MANGALDAI, July 23 - The news on shortage of baby food for the infants in flood relief camps of Mangaldai and subsequent appeal from CWC members to public for voluntary help which was published in the July 18 issue of The Assam Tribune seems to have a positive impact as people have come forward to donate baby food and nutrition for flood victim infants, children and pregnant mothers.

The members of Area Level Federation under DAY-NULM, Mangaldai town from their personal contribution on Saturday afternoon donated packaged food, milk, water besides baby food for around 200 children including twenty infants in the relief camp functioning at Mangaldai Town Girls� HS School. A packet of fruits and nutritious food were also distributed to each of five pregnant mothers of the camp. Several prominent persons including Assistant Commissioner Monika Borgohain, District Child Protection Officer Kobendra Warisha, CPM, DAY-NULM, Mangaldai Manas Das and Bidyut Bikash Das, district leader Poshan Abhiyan were present on the occasion.

In the same way, local NGO Crystal Vision distributed packaged dry food, milk and water to nearly 1000 flood victims at Mangaldai Law College camp and Gerimari New Town camp in presence of several prominent persons including Circle Officer, Mangaldai Dipsikha Saikia, District Transport Officer Kumar Sanjiv Krishna, Enforcement Inspector Dipak Patowary, Sub divisional Medical Officer Dr Nirmal Kr Beria, prominent entrepreneur Bimlesh Kangkariya among others. On the other hand, inmates of Mangaldai Town Girls� HS School camp were also provided clothes like saree, dhuti, mosquito nets etc., jointly by Ramakrishna Mission, Guwahati and Ramakrishna Sevashram, Mangaldai. Reports of few other public organisations providing relief materials are still coming. Meanwhile, though majority of the inmates of flood relief camps have left the camps, still nearly 700 people are taking shelter in such camps as per a report of the District Disaster Management Authority on Tuesday.

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People extending helping hand to flood victims

MANGALDAI, July 23 - The news on shortage of baby food for the infants in flood relief camps of Mangaldai and subsequent appeal from CWC members to public for voluntary help which was published in the July 18 issue of The Assam Tribune seems to have a positive impact as people have come forward to donate baby food and nutrition for flood victim infants, children and pregnant mothers.

The members of Area Level Federation under DAY-NULM, Mangaldai town from their personal contribution on Saturday afternoon donated packaged food, milk, water besides baby food for around 200 children including twenty infants in the relief camp functioning at Mangaldai Town Girls� HS School. A packet of fruits and nutritious food were also distributed to each of five pregnant mothers of the camp. Several prominent persons including Assistant Commissioner Monika Borgohain, District Child Protection Officer Kobendra Warisha, CPM, DAY-NULM, Mangaldai Manas Das and Bidyut Bikash Das, district leader Poshan Abhiyan were present on the occasion.

In the same way, local NGO Crystal Vision distributed packaged dry food, milk and water to nearly 1000 flood victims at Mangaldai Law College camp and Gerimari New Town camp in presence of several prominent persons including Circle Officer, Mangaldai Dipsikha Saikia, District Transport Officer Kumar Sanjiv Krishna, Enforcement Inspector Dipak Patowary, Sub divisional Medical Officer Dr Nirmal Kr Beria, prominent entrepreneur Bimlesh Kangkariya among others. On the other hand, inmates of Mangaldai Town Girls� HS School camp were also provided clothes like saree, dhuti, mosquito nets etc., jointly by Ramakrishna Mission, Guwahati and Ramakrishna Sevashram, Mangaldai. Reports of few other public organisations providing relief materials are still coming. Meanwhile, though majority of the inmates of flood relief camps have left the camps, still nearly 700 people are taking shelter in such camps as per a report of the District Disaster Management Authority on Tuesday.

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