Non-profit organisation Being United has distributed relief supplies and medicine to 700 families in three remote villages affected by the recent floods in the northern districts of Dinajpur and Gaibandha.
The villages are located at Palashbari upazila in Gaibandha and the adjacent Ghora Ghat upazila in Dinajpur.
Former Palashbari upazila Chairman and upazila Awami League unit’s Senior Vice-President AKM Moksed Chowdhury Bidyut, Chief of ward 27 Jubo League Unit in Dhaka South Md Jasimuddin, and Being United Adviser RS Siddiqui Roman were present during the relief distribution on August 25.
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Members of the Being United team who distributed relief to flood victims in Gaibandha on August 25, 2017 Courtesy
Being United has long been working to provide aid to the poor and underprivileged in the society. They have held blood donation drives, distributed financial aid to the unemployed and burn victims, provided employment opportunities to widows, education to children with disabilities, and other social services.
In January, the organisation also distributed blankets to around 200 people during the cold wave in Dhaka’s Bakshi Bazar area.