Every year thousands of people in Bangladesh suffer in extreme distress for the rain water flood in different districts, especially at the north and western part. South Asian Youth Society (SAYS) took an initiative to organize a relief distribution and a medical camp. From July 7, the Community Development Team of SAYS started collecting fund and the limited capacity counted 42,550BDT in six days.
Tireless efforts, deepest dedication and resonance of selflessness made the initiative a successful one. The members and volunteers of SAYS have knocked the doors to raise funds to serve the people who are in extreme need of food and pure water. So many amazing stories of fund collection will be shared with you. Tomorrow is the last day for raising fund for the flood affected people. We thank all of them who have shared their contribution to support the flood victims.
They bought rice, lentil and potato for 100 families, on an average consisted of 5 members so that the help could be supportive to 500 people. The total expense of the effort was 37,375BDT. Since there were some generous supports even after procurement order, so that small amount could not be spent on time. The rest amount is 5175BDT which is now with SAYS Disaster Management Fund. On 14th July 2012, the members, with the help of the local supports, distributed the relief goods at Melandoh upaziala of Jamalpur district, one of the worst flood hit area.