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Relief distributed among flood-hit in Dhemaji

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DHEMAJI, Oct 19 � A Guwahati-based non-government organisation named Women Development Centre in collaboration with another NGO named Caritas India, conducted a series of relief camps last week along with free medical health check-up and veterinary camps in several flood-affected areas of Dhemaji district.

As per reports available, the two NGOs organised several relief camps at Gerjaigaon in Sissimukh area on October 14 last covering seven flood-affected villages under Dhemaji revenue circle.

In the camp, a total of 380 flood-hit families were offered a set of home-usable material, including a bucket, bathing and washing soaps, napkins etc.

Parallelly, a free health check-up camp and also a veterinary camp were organised on the spot. Nearly 300 patients from various villages in the area were treated in the health camp by a group of doctors, including Dr Marina. In the same way, a good numbers of cattle heads were also treated by veterinarian Suren Borgohain, field assistants Mahendra Borgohain and Deba Duwarah.

On the following day, a similar programme was organised at Lagasu Gaon in Bengenagara area where relief material was distributed among 245 challenged people hailing from poor families. Likewise, a free medical camp and a veterinary camp were also organised where medicines were supplied free of cost.

The team was led by Bhagyawati Bhuyan, project director of Women Development Centre. She was assisted by the district coordinator of the NGO, Sanju Sing.

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Relief distributed among flood-hit in Dhemaji

DHEMAJI, Oct 19 � A Guwahati-based non-government organisation named Women Development Centre in collaboration with another NGO named Caritas India, conducted a series of relief camps last week along with free medical health check-up and veterinary camps in several flood-affected areas of Dhemaji district.

As per reports available, the two NGOs organised several relief camps at Gerjaigaon in Sissimukh area on October 14 last covering seven flood-affected villages under Dhemaji revenue circle.

In the camp, a total of 380 flood-hit families were offered a set of home-usable material, including a bucket, bathing and washing soaps, napkins etc.

Parallelly, a free health check-up camp and also a veterinary camp were organised on the spot. Nearly 300 patients from various villages in the area were treated in the health camp by a group of doctors, including Dr Marina. In the same way, a good numbers of cattle heads were also treated by veterinarian Suren Borgohain, field assistants Mahendra Borgohain and Deba Duwarah.

On the following day, a similar programme was organised at Lagasu Gaon in Bengenagara area where relief material was distributed among 245 challenged people hailing from poor families. Likewise, a free medical camp and a veterinary camp were also organised where medicines were supplied free of cost.

The team was led by Bhagyawati Bhuyan, project director of Women Development Centre. She was assisted by the district coordinator of the NGO, Sanju Sing.