Donations continue towards combating COVID-19

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 5/7/2020 9:38:41 AM IST

Legislators, political parties and civil organisations have been donating towards the cause of combating COVID-19 pandemic in the state with essential protective materials and relief ration.  

Protective equipments for COVID Hospital Jalukie: Legislator in-charge of Peren District COVID-19, Namri Nchang, advisor of Water Resources and Temjen Imna Along, minister of Higher & Technical Education & Tribal Affairs, in order to meet the immediate requirements of Peren district designated COVID Hospital (CHC Jalukie) donated protective equipment on May 6 at ADC office, Jalukie town on May 6. According to DIPR report, the donated protective equipment comprising of 800 pieces of 3 ply-non woven face masks, 200 pieces of triple layer face masks, 3 pairs of barrier/polyester PPE suit, 3 pairs of traditional PPE suit, 500 pairs of hand gloves and 10 bottles of phenyl were received by ADC Jalukie, Dr. Tinojongshi Chang in the presence of chief medical officer and district surveillance officer, Peren. The official handing over was done by Iteigong Kauring, personal secretary to advisor of Water Resources.
BJP Kohima: BJP Kohima in its ongoing charity drive has been providing essential commodities to stranded daily wage earners on May 7. 
A press release from PRO to BJP Nagaland president, Samuel Sumi stated that, the charity drive was led by district in-charge chief spokesperson BJP Nagaland Kuputo Shohe, president BJP Kohima district Seiyekhrielie Nagi and Kohima BJP team. 
ZSUN donation drive for PoP villagers: Zeme Students’ Union Nagaland (ZSUN) carried out relief distribution to the poorest of the poor (PoP) villagers through crowd-funding in six unrecognized villages. A press release from ZSUN education and statistics secretary Rampisinang Newme and information and publicity secretary Suirangbe Zeliang stated that, the villages covered were Kebai-Khelma Area: Gopibung, Beisumlwa, Beisumpui Jangdi, Nkio Lodi, Zeme Khelma and Beisumpuiloa (aggregation of 173 households). Union also appealed the government to consider unrecognized villages deservingly when it comes to relief and assistance at this time of crisis. 


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