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Emergency Response Assam Floods 2020

We have teamed up with the North East Collective IIT Bombay to support flood relief efforts at 3 villages of Jhanjimukh, Jorhat-Changmaigarhm Pukhuriporiya and Toptopi. 

 

Local NGO partners are ActionAid and North East Affected Area Development Society (NEADS) Jorhat.

Contributed with 50,000 INR!

PROVIDED SANITARY AND HYGIENE KITS FOR 150 FAMILIES

 

Project status: Donations closed

How will your donations be used?

Our budget for this relief is 1 Lakh (excluding the miscellaneous costs). We are providing only the hygiene and sanitary kit. As per following list of items we may be able to cover 150 families. We have all the required permissions from district administration. Please extend your love and support to NEC family.

Each hygiene and sanitary kit contains: 

1 piece

2 pieces

2 pieces

2 pieces

2 packets

1 bottle (500ml)

1 packet (400gm)

1 piece

2 packs

Mosquito Net

Bathing Bar

Detergent Bar

Dish-washing Bar

Sanitary Pads

Phynol 

Bleaching Powder

Torch light

Candle

About North East Collective

North East Collective (NEC) IIT Bombay is a student organization comprising of students from the different states of Northeast India. Their efforts are to provide platforms for different socio-cultural activities, academic seminars and other creative expressions from Northeast India. NEC had started as a small group in 2018 to raise awareness against thenCitizenship Amendment Bill. Since then, they have covered a lot of grounds– be it be social, cultural or academic. They are a member organization of a larger student forum called IIT Bombay for Justice. Together they are committed to make IIT Bombay a student-friendly, rights-based, democratic and egalitarian space.

 

Last year on 1st August, NEC in association with ActionAid and Society for Social Transformation and Environment Protection (sSTEP) had supported a flood emergency response in three villages of Morigaon district, covering 250 families. This year they had supported relief camps for oil-gas tragedy survivors at Baghjan in two phases, covering 507 family members. All of their activities are funded through crowd-funding from student and faculty communities in IIT Bombay and other educational institutes. This year too they have come forward to support flood relief efforts at 3 villages of Jhanjimukh, Jorhat– Changmaigarh, Pukhuriporiya, Toptopi.Our local NGO partners are ActionAid and North East Affected Area Development Society (NEADS) Jorhat. 

            NEC Pamphlet

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