Free ration distributed at Koronu and Mayu by AMYAA

A total of 22 ration (7 kg of rice and 2 kg of dal) were distributed at Koronu with the help of Koronu youth club. This beneficiaries include elderly and migrant workers who are being affected by the pandemic lockdown. Chimbo SHG of Mayu underwent second phase of identifying vulnerable and distributed ration to 3…

2 June 2020: AMYAA conducted Organisation Board Members Meeting 2020

The meeting was attended by AMYAA board member to discussed about the proper functioning of the organisation at AMYAA Head Office Mayu-2, Roing. Topics discussed: Planning short term restoration as well as long term sustainable livelihoods to combat COVID19 lockdown. To counter the impact of non-biodegradable materials in Roing township. Discussion on feedbacks of the…

AMYAA during distribution of relief ration and essential commodities at MALI Village encountered a 10 year old child suffering from a very severe infectious disease having ulcers and open wounds all over his face and body. The child mentioned, he got the infection when he was at the hostel before lockdown and had since became severe with time.The child including his four siblings (one physically disabled) was look after by a single father who work as a farmer and was also currently under medication for his poor health. Due to the ongoing COVID19 lockdown the child was not able to get a proper treatment as vehicular movement were restricted.AMYAA team after consulting with the Child father took the child for medical treatment at District Hospital Roing. The child is now under medication and AMYAA shall be continuing to update, provide essential needs and conduct weekly follow-up of the child.

Nani Eze SHG providing humanitarian help at Ezengo Village

Nani Eze SHG of Roing distributed 54 relief packages to the vulnerable families affected by COVID19 lockdown at Ezengo Village Roing, Lower Dibang Valley district (Arunachal Pradesh). SHG’s from different villages are working in coordination with AMYAA NGO in restoring and providing help to families and individuals affected by the pandemic Lockdown. We thank our…

Vulnerable families of Mashelo villages recieves AMYAA COVID-19 relief aid.

Inyilo SHGs of Roing distributed relief ration and other essential commodities to the most vulnerable families affected by COVID19 at Mashelo village Roing. Inyilo SHGs is working in coordination with AMYAA in identifying and restoring the lives of families affected by the pandemic COVID-19 lockdown at Mashelo Village Roing. Thank you DONORS. This was possible…

SHG’s of Roing to Co-ordinate AMYAA NGO in fighting against COVID-19

AMYAA NGO conducted a meeting with various SHG of Roing to help fight against the pandemic COVID-19. AMYAA appealed them to assist the organisation in identifying hot spots of elderly aged, persons with disabilities, children, transgender persons, and other vulnerable groups. The meeting also discussed on creating awareness about prevention, social distancing, isolation, combating stigma,…

Migrant workers at EMULI recieves Help from AMYAA.

13 May 2020: Amyaa reaches out to families of migrant Labourers at EmuliVillage whose houses were gutted to ashes by miscreants on 01/05/2020. In the tragic incident during #CovidLockdown 6 families belongings including certificates & kid’s books were all burnt to ashes. Team AMYAA & ChildlineRoing reached out to these families who now are under…

RELIEF RATION DISTRIBUTED AT JIA and DAMBUK village.

12 May 2020: A total of 46 relief ration were distributed at Jia, Dambuk. Our team reach and interacted with every vulnerable families affected by COVID19 lockdown. We provided relief ration, essential commodities, sanitary napkins and children learning kits. These beneficiaries include migrant labourer, Elderly aged persons , physically disabled persons, Adolescents and Children. AMYAA…

AMYAA during distribution of relief ration and essential commodities at MALI Village encountered a 10 year old child suffering from a very severe infectious disease having ulcers and open wounds all over his face and body. The child mentioned, he got the infection when he was at the hostel before lockdown and had since became severe with time.The child including his four siblings (one physically disabled) was look after by a single father who work as a farmer and was also currently under medication for his poor health. Due to the ongoing COVID19 lockdown the child was not able to get a proper treatment as vehicular movement were restricted.AMYAA team after consulting with the Child father took the child for medical treatment at District Hospital Roing. The child is now under medication and AMYAA shall be continuing to update, provide essential needs and conduct weekly follow-up of the child.