Post Amphan we distributed relief to 2000 cyclone affected families in the Sunderbans. We distributed dry food, medication, sanitary napkins, mask to the cyclone affected people.
We ran community kitchen in Maipith and Kuemari Island of the Sunderbans for 15 days in each place.
During the first wave of pandemic as a token of appreciation to the services provided by the front-line workers, we distributed N95 masks and safety goggles to the health workers and police personnel in the district of Kolkata and Howrah.
AIM Foundation stood beside the fire victims of the residents of Topsia with garments for 500 families.
Post YAAS, we distributed relief to 3000 cyclone affected families in the Sunderbans, in Ghoramara, Maipith, Choto Mollakhali, Bali Island. We distributed tarpaulins, rice, wheat, dal, soyabean, chire, batasa, spices, cooking oil, spices, sanitary napkins, medication, and masks to the suffering families. Free medical camps were conducted along with free medication in these regions to combat post cyclone infections.
We conducted Rapid Antigen Test amongst the Forest Guards and the general people of Sunderbans during the pandemic.
We feel highly honoured and motivated on our efforts being acknowledged and felicitated by by Sunderban Tiger Reserve Authority, Govt of West Bengal.