The Institute of the Brothers of St. Gabriel Society (IBSG), Northeast, in collaboration with CBM, Germany, has successfully provided dry rations to about 400 families and sanitary kits to 150 families who have been affected due to the second wave of COVID-19 in and around 10th mile, Hastinapur, Adarsh Nagar, 11th Mile, 12th Mile, Killing and Chandrapur areas of the Kamrup Metro District.
Under the theme of ‘Building Back Better’ IBSG & CBM also provided tablets to students living below the poverty line and children with and without disabilities so that they can attend their online classes.
The Principal of Montfort School, 10th Mile, mentioned during the distribution of tablets that the main objective of the campaign was to provide smartphones to the underprivileged and needy children so that they could continue their studies online.
The Principal appealed to the affluent section of the society to extend their cooperation so that no student has to leave their studies behind due to the lack of smartphones.
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