Relief activities 

NEAID has been working actively in relief activities, during Assam floods and for COVID-19 management, in addition to their flagship programs in Health and Education in different parts of Assam.  NEAID has a strong base of volunteers and partnership with local NGOs working in diverse communities of Assam for better community reach and execution of relief work effectively.  NEAID work closely with institutions like District Disaster Management Authorities, Panchayats, School Management Communities which helps the team to work in scale and respond quickly in ground during disaster.

NEAID team has been implementing different activities in response to any emergency situation in partnership with district administrations, CBOs, etc. Few community services carried out by NEAID in past are:

COVID Management

  1. 65 oxygen concentrators and 200 pulse oximeters were provided to three districts of Assam.

  2. Setting-up a resource bank of essential medical equipment such as oxygen concentrator, oxypulse meter, digital BP Instrument etc. for people who are in home isolation or people who need post COVID special care at home. The items are provided to needy people under "Use & return policy".

 

COVID Relief

  1. Provided 450+ learning kits for underprivileged children in tea garden and tribal communities for continuous education at home during lockdown.

  2. Provided 4000+ dry ration kits to people in during 1st and 2nd wave of COVID-19.

 

Flood Relief

  1. Worked with Goonj in ‘Cloth for work’ to build villages post Assam flood in two districts of Assam.  Activities such as kuccha road repair, bamboo bridge repair, school repair had been undertaken in these areas.

  2. NEAID does flood relief every year in partnership with District Administrations by providing awareness on safe drinking water and providing basic essential items to people in relief camps. NEAID had so far reached 2500+ households in through its relief activities in two districts of Assam.

  3. Organizing medical Camps in partnership with doctor’s association in flood relief camps.