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Update: 6 Feb 2009

Dear friends, We have distributed blankets & clothes at Birpur (4 km from Kosi barrage) today and are returning to Ghospur where we will spend the night. Tomorrow, we will do distributions at Lakshmania & Balua villages where coupon for the same has already been distributed today by Ashok Ji, who is from Dr.Mishra’s family. […]

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Update from Ground Zero

Dear friends, As you may be aware, Guneshwar Ji has come to Patna to help with the flood relief work. Srikant ji, who has been working with us from the onset, and was slightly hurt in a mishap, had come back to patna yesterday night.Today morning, 600 blankets, 300 new woolen dress set for children, […]

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Update from Pratapgunj & Chatapur

We are now moving up to Pratapgunj, we haven’t decided the route to be taken ( via Purnea or via Nepal) as we are waiting for confirmation from 9 volunteers who have gone in.This area (Pratapgunj & Chatapur) is the worst affected flood area. There has been significant improvement in these areas as they are […]

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Updates

A fleeting moment of anxiety, perhaps hope; amidst a lifetime of poverty,fear & despondency.                                                                                                                     I truly hoped that I will be able to give you some good news on flood relief , but not yet… a lot has to be done, specially as villages which were cut off till now have become accessible. We […]

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Education centers

Thanks a lot to all our donors, itwould have been very difficult to sustain our little effort without your help. Vivek Ji,(Vivek Pandey)thanks so much for all the support and encouragement you have been giving us and e materials you have sent..it helps a lot. People at Capegemini, your support and prompt dispatch of relief […]

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Bihar Flood Relief – Update from Ground Zero

Every flood affected district has mega 100’s camps running. Situation is improving. Our team is in touch with AOL (Art of Living) and Mandan Bharthi Jagriti samaj camp. But these operations are still restricted to urban areas. Other team is constantly looking at essential requirements that we can provide based on need and our capacity. […]

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Requirements from Ground Zero

Pen, pencil, copybooks, other stationary items that’s needed for small classrooms and students to class 3 , basically pencils,eraser,sharpeners and notebooks. clothing, specially underclothing for adolescent children, specially girls, soap shampoo hair oil comb nail cutters toothbrush paste vitamin supplements; The mega camps being put up by the govt is coming up well (touchwood !!) […]

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Update from Ground Zero

Despite the biggest manpower and agencies here, chlorine is not available.Yesterday, Sangeeta di, head of AOL(Art of Living), carried 150000 chlorine tablets and 40000 Si Dicor tablets to banmanki camp, Purnia, where they areworking with the Armed forces. Most of relief efforts carried out from there is in villages deep inside. Doctors from Army and […]

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Send Medicines required in Bihar Flood Relief Camps

We have received request for following medicines. We are planning to send all the below mentioned medicines in a day or so.————————————- 1.Metronidazole Oral Suspension 60ml ;250×6.8: Forbacteria and other microorganisms that cause infections of the reproductive trct, intestine, and other areas 2.Povidone Iodine Ointment :15 gm:500pc Anti- bacterial application 3.Trimethoprim & Sulphamethaxole Syrup 60 […]

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Send baby Milk Powder for Children in Bihar Flood Relief Camps

Details of supply and dispatch of medicines:These were the medicines delivered at Forbesgunj on 29th of aug.Chlorine tables=90,000ORS(Biotral)= 1180Bioton syrup =499 pc of 60ml eachParacetimol= 1000 tabsBiospas tabs= 300Toyodom= 450Tonact tabs=500One life jacket.Things are slightly better at Forbesgunj now, there are seven relief camps running over there.In the relief camps, its the infants n childrens […]

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