“Everything is over” - these were the words of most of the inhabitants of areas hit by YAAS. That is what the heartbreaking imagery showed as well - houses and shops were completely destroyed, livelihoods and lives endangered, hopes - broken. "This one would hit less than the last year.” - That is all we told ourselves this time. Let us all remember that the southern area of West Bengal is always hit by the storm regardless. The Southern of Bengal and Orissa took the hard hit of Yaas as they stood strong like the first line of defense. The beautiful South Bengal - the home of Sundari trees, villages with beautiful names and beautiful people. It breaks our hearts to see the current situation of such an important part of the state. It is time that we all come together and help those in need.
The times are difficult. A cyclone that comes along the second wave of a pandemic might not be the ideal situation, but when there is hope - there is life. If we all come together, we can make the situation better. Let’s do it !
1. Providing dry ration for 15000 family (around 9lac to 10 lac)
2. Providing tarpaulin (520/- per tarpaulin per family)
3. Restoring ponds to make it habitable for marine lives (30000/- per ponds)
no strict cap to help. as much as you can.
location: South 24 Pgs (Namkhana, Fraserganj, Sandeshkhali)