Sunbird Trust, a Civil Society Organisation working with the Motto “Peace through Education” across the Northeast state, has reached out to displaced persons in camps in Churachandpur district with critically required relief materials.
The camps covered included ECA Church, M Songgel; Martin Luther Academy, New Zoveng; Don Bosco School, Cheingkon; St Paul Institute, Gochinkhup veng; Youth Hostel; Immanuel Community Hall; Evergreen School, Tongdam; Bijang Loubuk, Zoveng and St Joseph School, Singngat.
According to Langchinthang Taithul, Founder and Principal of Lyzon Friendship School, Singngat, Churachandpur district, the relief materials were decided after survey of the relief camps and close consultation with the displaced persons and the relief in charge.
The items included Blanket, Mattress, Mosquito Net, Emergency lamp, dal, Potato, Soyabean, cooking oil, sugar, milk powder, Tea leave, onion, chilli, Lactogen, Cerelac, Baby diaper, adult diaper, sanitary pads, tooth brush, tooth paste, soap, surf, shampoo, First Aid box, Exercise book, Pencil, Crayon, carom, Football, Volleyball.
In a Letter to Sunbird Trust, Dharun Kumar, Deputy Commissioner, Churachandpur District mentioned that the District of Churachandpur remained eternally grateful to Sunbird Trust for their timely thoughtful help.
The distribution was held on Thursday (September 7) at all the relief camps in Churachandpur district and was carried out in the presence of Mannuamching, DC Pherzawl and Relief Nodal Officer, Churachandpur district and Lamminlal Simte, SDO, Churachandpur.
The relief materials reached out to displaced persons due to the hard work and selfless support of Col (Retd) Christopher Rego, the founder and CEO of Sunbird Trust, Langchinthang Taithul said.
The people involved in the distribution, Langchinthang Taithul, Kim, Minlun, ZYO President, KKL President, YVA General Secretary helped coordinate the relief supplies.
“We appreciate the thoughtfulness and generosity of Axis bank Limited for the strong support and their on-going help has greatly benefited many people in the state and I’m truly grateful to them,” Langchinthang Taithul said.