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The Unbreakable Spirit of Purboshridharpur: A Community’s Fight Against Cyclone Amphan

In a small, agriculture-dependent village of Purboshridharpur, residents banded together to protect their lands from the impending devastation of Cyclone Amphan. In a remarkable display of unity and determination, they built a man-made wall along the river embankment using local materials. As Amphan struck, the wall held firm, safeguarding their precious agricultural lands from the….

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Mukti Reactivated “Hello Beta” Services to Support the Covid Patients

Coronavirus cases have been on a steep rise since the arrival of the Omicron variant in India. Doctors are expecting that the third wave has arrived in India as the cases have increased exponentially over the last one-two weeks and are expected to continue to rise in the near future. Although the Omicron variant is….

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Bichitra Supported Mukti for Organizing Free Medical Camps for Underprivileged Covid Patients

Mukti is delighted to partner with“Bichitra”, who supported the underprivileged people through Mukti. With their support, Mukti provided oxygen concentrators support in the Swami Vivekananda GP of Kakdwip Block of Sundarbans region in South 24 Parganas District, West Bengal. Apart from this, Bichitra is also supporting Mukti in organizing Medical Camps at several locations. The….

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Financial Support of Rs. 2,70,000 by Mukti through Give India to Those who Died of Covid-19, Second Wave

As India continues to battle a ravaging second wave of Covid, Mukti with “Give India” are showing solidarity by extending one-time financial assistance to those families whose main bread earners are deceased by the Coronavirus. 9 families- 4 from South 24 Parganas, 4 from East Medinipur and 1 from West Medinipur have been selected for….

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Mukti Cloud Kitchen Reached Katwa to Serve the Covid Affected Family with Healthy Food

Despite challenges in this desperate time, Mukti Cloud Kitchen, and its selfless volunteers are actively engaged in helping those suffering from Covid by providing food, medicine, mask, sanitizers and other necessities. Mukti Cloud Kitchen started its journey at Katwa from 17th May, 2021. To help the Covid affected family, Mukti Cloud Kitchen in association with….

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Mukti provided Tarpaulin to People Whose Houses are Damaged by Cyclone Yaas

Roofs, mud walls of the most houses in Sundarban have been damaged by the severe cyclone Yaas and therefore Mukti has extended tarpaulin sheets to protect the houses from rain or further damage. People after losing their houses are living beside road. They don’t even have any piece of covering on their head. They are….

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Cyclone Yaas Ground Zero Updates from Sundarban

11:30 AM IST: Ground zero report has been published from MUKTI with details of work being carried out at the ground. Click here to view the details. [gdlr_button href=”http://localhost/mukti-old/product/donate-yaas” target=”_self” size=”medium” background=”#FF0000″ color=”#ffffff”]Donate for Cyclone Yass[/gdlr_button] 09:00 AM IST: Very Severe Super cyclone named ‘Cyclone Yaas’ is heading towards Bengal with a ferocity that will….

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Ground Zero reporting on Cyclone Yaas from MUKTI

This is Ground Zero reporting from Mukti (www.muktiweb.org). Mukti has the largest network in the Sundarbans and both Midnapore districts of West Bengal. Our volunteers are continuously engaged in dealing with the Yaas calamity. Almost 90% of the agricultural land flooded with saline water. 60-70% of small kutcha/ semi pucca houses are impacted. Humans and….

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01. Why the Program is?

• The Sundarbans and other coastal region of West Bengal frequently experiences intense cyclones, floods, and storm surges that disrupt lives, destroy homes, infrastructure, and agricultural lands.
• The local communities often lack the necessary resources and infrastructure to prepare for, withstand, and recover from these disasters effectively.
• Post-disaster recovery is a significant challenge in this region due to limited resources. A dedicated disaster recovery program can ensure systematic and organized recovery efforts, mitigating long-term impacts and aiding faster rehabilitation.
• COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted lives in this region, with people losing jobs, facing food shortages, and struggling to access healthcare.
• Pandemics like COVID-19 require immediate and efficient responses to curb their spread and mitigate their impact.
• Often, communities lack knowledge on how to protect themselves and their environment during disasters.

03. What is the Objective?

• To equip communities with the knowledge, tools, and infrastructure necessary to effectively prepare for and withstand disasters.
• To ensure swift deployment of resources for immediate relief during and after disasters, including providing essentials such as food, clean water, and medical aid.
• To facilitate quick restoration of infrastructure damaged during disasters to minimize disruptions to daily life and enable rapid recovery.
• To assist in the socio-economic recovery of affected communities by supporting the rebuilding of livelihoods and providing necessary financial aid.
• To act promptly during health crises like pandemics, providing necessary resources such as masks, sanitizers, and medical aid, along with raising awareness about safety measures.
• To implement measures to aid in the recovery of the local ecosystem post-disaster and promote conservation practices to maintain its resilience against future disasters.
• To foster community resilience by promoting community-led initiatives, capacity building, and shared responsibility in disaster management and recovery processes.
• To strengthen partnerships with government agencies, non-government organizations, and community-based organizations for better resource mobilization, coordination, and collective action during disaster situations.

04. Where the Program is?

South 24 Pgs, Howrah, East Medinipur and West Medinipur districts of West Bengal, India

05. How we are working ?

A dedicated implementation team is involved in the successful delivery of the programs. Each project has a dedicated project coordinator and field supervisor who are actively engaged in the project’s implementation. A Program Lead oversees and monitors the project on a weekly basis and provides regular reports to the funding agency according to the required format.

Contact Info

Email : relief.disaster@muktiweb.org

Phone : +91-6290589664


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