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People Supported with Dry Ration
Patients Treated
Medical Camps
Community Kitchens
Women and Adolescent Girls Received Free Support
Tarpaulin Distributed
De-Watering of Ponds

01. Why the project is?
  • Approximately 5,000 houses sustained severe damage across a 15-block area.
  • Saline water intrusion has damaged around 451,600 farmers farmland.
  • A 50-kilometer stretch of the embankment was breached.
  • The uprooting of 10 million trees has led to widespread power outages and disrupted the local ecosystem.
  • Vulnerable communities urgently need food, shelter, and clean drinking water, along with support for agriculture, environmental restoration, and infrastructure repair.
02. What the project is?
  • Mukti provided immediate food assistance to 700,000 disaster-affected individuals.
  • Medical treatment was administered to 130,317 patients across 750 medical camps.
  • 5,160 people were served meals from 600 community kitchens.
  • Seed support was given to 6,540 farmers to help them recover.
  • Constructed 150 houses designed to withstand floods and cyclones.
03. How the project is?
  • Mukti strengthens both immediate and long-term disaster relief efforts.
  • Mukti boasts a dedicated volunteer team of over 8,000 members.
  • Volunteers actively monitor cyclone and flood developments in the region.
  • Program teams operate efficiently on the ground to mitigate potential mishaps.
04. Where the project is?

South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal.

05. What the impact is?
  • Mukti has directly assisted 10,00,000 people during disasters.
  • Constructed prototypes of cyclone and flood-tolerant houses, well-received by villagers.
  • 150 cyclone and flood-tolerant houses built by rural people.
  • Created livelihood opportunities for locals through ongoing projects.
  • Treated over 130,317 people in medical camps.

Activity Stream


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


Mukti Supported the Women of Purbasridharpur by Supplying Chicks


Dry Ration Support by Mukti to the Amphan Affected


13,000 + Patients Benefited from Mukti’s 157 Extended Medical Camps


Mukti Staffs Visited Mangrove Project Site at Basanti Block


Mukti Medical Camps are On Go to Treat the Patients


Mukti’s Contribution Regarding Children Nutrition


Mukti Medical Camps are Operative to Combat Disease

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22 Canal Side Road, Barhans, Garia, Kolkata – 700 084