Rammohan Mission distributed dry and cooked food, tarpaulins, blankets, garments, medicines to the victims of Cyclone Amphan in the Sunderbans. Last month , they donated Rs 2 lakh to WB State Emergency Relief Fund for fighting against Covid-19.
On June 13, a team from Rammohan Mission, led by the president Sujoy Biswas, principal of Rammohan Mission School, reached an island near Gosaba of the Sunderbans, which witnessed devastation by the cyclone. Gnan Ranjan Chakraborty, Arup Banerjee, Ramesh Narayan were part of the team to assess the economic and medical situation of the locals there.
The team distributed tarpaulins, garments, rice grain , pulses , potatoes, soybeans, cooking oil , salt sugar and soaps among the affected people living on the island.
A few teachers and staff of the school also accompanied the team. “Spearheaded by our principal, the school is the role model, which other institutes should follow. We have undertaken several relief work after the cyclone had wreaked havoc the state. It is time for us to come together and save the people by providing them with daily commodities,” said Ankita Seal, a teacher of the school. She added, “The team went there to assess the economic situation and hygienic condition of people.”
Source:Times of India