Merciless Nature’s Wrath in Assam: In it Together!

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Nature indeed encapsulates within itself its multiple faces and it is really difficult to predict the turn it can take in the matter of moments. What has been happening in Assam in the current times is extremely heart wrenching.  The way nature has unfolded its ferocious side to its inhabitant lives is pitiable. It has been more than a fortnight that the condition of flood in Assam is going beyond the control and although multiple measures have been taken by the local government as well as the central government, this situation seems absolutely deplorable.

Not only the food, nutrition and health of the people is being affected, but their very basic survival and safety is at threat. Unfortunately, India has had a long history of floods and landslides and Assam has become the latest victim of the same. If the reports are to be believed, the Assam floods and the unfolding of food and water crisis is happening simultaneously. According to survey, more than 24.9 lakh people affected directly due to the same, on an average, almost 10 to 15 people are dying every single day because of uncontrolled situations in the state. Geetanjali care, best NGO in Delhi is working diligently on this matter.

Rivers like Brahmaputra, Beki, Kopili, Barak, and Kushiyara had flown above the dangerous levels in some places, while there are few rivers that are now receding. Most specifically Silchar town in Cachar district is badly inundated since the last ten days.The government has therefore announced red alert in the multiple districts of Barpeta, Dhubri and Chirang amongst multiple others, and orange alert in places such as Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur.

The most pressing concern presently is to provide affected people clean drinking water and food. It is also extremely important to organise medical camps for the affected people. A lot of resources and lives have been eaten up by the merciless waves of the water and we as humanity, have to come together in order to help as many unfortunate people caught in this helpless situation as we can.

Geetanjali Care, a non-government organisation, deeply expresses its condolences to the people who have lost their near and dear ones in this tragic flood situation. We, as a team, are making consistent and immediate efforts to reach out to the victims so as to give them food, clothing and the required shelter for the time being. We are trying to put our best foot forward in order to provide as much medical health and motivational support that we can to the people who are aggrieved and emotionally scarred due to this havoc. We assure you that we are in solidarity with their sufferings and will be proactive in arranging camps, temporary toilets as well as first aid.


We are in it together! If you want to help the people trapped in flood in Assam and don’t know how to reach out to them, connect with us and we will assist you in doing the noblest charity in the most testing of times.