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What is Assam Foundation of North America (AFNA)?
 
AFNA is a volunteer-driven US-based non-profit organization with a thirty-year history of supporting social development projects in Assam, a north-eastern state of India, and helping with charitable work in the US and abroad. Our volunteers currently drive support for projects covering educationlivelihood, and flood resiliencePlease click on the links above and below to learn more about our projects and how you can help.
 

 
Flood Relief & Rehabilitation in Assam
 
Floods in the Brahmaputra valley in Assam have again hit with disastrous effect this summer. From August 3rd week through September it displaced more than a million people. The impact this time is even longer lasting as whole summer crop of rice is wasted with sand and silt dumped on them. AFNA has worked with Rural Volunteer Center to help 8 villages in one of the worst impacted areas in Dhemaji District to provide 500 water purification kits at a cost of $4600. This will have a direct impact on the overall health of the villagers as they face many waterborne diseases as the flood recedes.

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The next step would be to work closely with multiple agencies on the ground to find alternative livelihood for the farmers who lost their crop of the year. We appeal to all of you to donate generously. We need at least $5000 to make some impact in few villages to the least.
 

 

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