Guwahati: The Rotract District 3240 today conducted the last phase of its pan-Assam flood relief campaign in West Karbi Anglong district. The project was started in July to help the people in the flood-affected countryside of Assam. A total of 5 phases of relief work were conducted in the districts of Bongaigaon, Kamrup Rural, Morigaon, Hajo, and West Karbi Anglong, and across 1,200 families across the state were benefitted.
This was the final phase where essential items were donated to Rupathithi Shankar Dev Shishu Niketan in West Karbi Anglong which was devastated by the annual monsoon floods in the state. Some important items (bookshelf, chairs, tables, multipurpose boards, dust-free chalk, markers, water filters, dustbin, LED tube lights, and fans) were distributed to alleviate the sufferings of the flood-hit locals.
Prabhat Kumar Kedia (Past District Governor), Amit More (Assistant Governor), Tushar Jalan (Rotaract District Head) along with other members, were present.
"As many as 1,200 families across Assam were benefited by the Assam District Flood Initiative – Sayhata – Assam Need's You by Rotaract District 3240. The project was supported by Rotaract District 3170, 3080,3040 - from all over India. Rotaract Club - Navi Mumbai Sunrise, Shatabdi Elite, Presidency, Bhubaneswar, Calcutta Metropolitan, Gitanjali Kolkata supported it. Also, Rotary Club of Guwahati Luit and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. The project had a special assistant parker in the form of a local organization - Progotishil," the organization informed via a release.
DRR. Tushar Jalan thanked all the partners and assured that Rotaract District 3240 will continue to help the people of Assam in their time of need. He appreciated the dedication, passion of young members for coming out in Corona's time and serving the society.
They reported that after having 5-phase relief camps, all their members from different clubs were safe and no one suffered from Corona due to special precautions taken by RID 3240.