Flood ravages their property worth Rs.25 lakhs, HELP these 120 Orphans | Milaap
Flood ravages their property worth Rs.25 lakhs, HELP these 120 Orphans
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    Kaybie Chongloi
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    Compassionate Children Ministries Caring Home

    from Imphal, Manipur

The wrath of Barak River rendered 120 orphans in an extremely confusion state early this morning when it devastatingly over flooded Compassion Children Ministries, one of the biggest caring orphanage home, at Kathikho Karong in Senapati District.

The incessant heavy downpour last night overwhelmingly flooded the Barak River which over flooded the entire campus Compassion Children Ministries Caring Home and Compassion Residential Academy carrying away properties worth around Rs. 25 lakhs.

The catastrophic flood which navigated through the heart of the Ministries campus washed away all the properties including utensils, furniture, keyboard, PA system at the chapel hall, livestock raised to fund the orphanage, books, notebooks, clothing of the children, other personal belongings and even the Swift car parked inside the campus belonging to the Home proprietor while uprooting 4 classrooms of the school building.

The devastating flood ravaged everything that stood on its path and left the helpless children without a home, food, spare cloths and other basic amenities while rendering them to battling the bad weather, water contamination and they are in serious danger of illness.

Compassion Children Ministries Caring Home and Residential Academy is the same Ministry under the banner of Compassion Children Ministries. They have been working voluntarily for the past one decade and as of now the Ministries could provide 120 children free education.

The school is mainly for drop out children, orphaned, abandoned, surrendered and living in below poverty line children as well as thief and unwanted children from the society.

Even if the world ignore them the Ministries accept and train them with their own labor and nurture them.

“They go to the Ministries without knowing a word of English but they create history by scaling the tough competitive Class X and XII examination with flying colour in first division only”.

The Ministries appeal kindhearted individuals to help them to recover their loss due to the catastrophic flood in the larger interest of the poor and helpless orphanage children.

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