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Donation during pandemic continues

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 5/24/2020 10:38:16 AM IST

Donations are being handed over to affected people from various organisations during the ongoing lockdown 4.0. 

NSS MCC Kohima: National Service Scheme (NSS) Model Christian College (MCC) unit Kohima provided relied materials to selected residents of AG Colony affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. 

NBCC gift packages: Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) delivered 826 gift packages to both the quarantine centres in Kohima K. Badze as well as Meriema on May 24. According to DIPR report, the gifts package included prayer letter from general secretary, NBCC; NBCC news letter; Gideon Bible; Face mask; Basic toiletries and others. The packages were handed over at the gate with a word of prayer in both the centres.

STMS Dimapur: St. Thomas Mission Society (STMS) Dimapur distributed food kits to affected families in and around Dimapur on May 24. Mission society members along with church members maintaining safety measures distributed the items to students and staff staying in areas of Midland, Sachu Colony, Landmark, Rio Colony, Lingrijan and Dhobinala.

Kelurhuh SHG: Kelurhuh Self Help Group (SHG) Thenyizumi village donated organic vegetables and fruits to the EAC Chetheba for the quarantine centre at Chozuba sub-divisional headquarter on May 24.

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