Super Cyclone Amphan Response

I was enthusiastic to work with CIS after learning that I would help the underprivileged people. I was told from the office to prepare a list of poor and vulnerable people who are located remotely and seldom receive aid. I felt lucky to have been chosen to serve these poor
people. In the field, I realised that I never knew the people of
Sharankhola are so poor. I visited villages which
doesn’t have electricity, and the oil lamps go out during
rain. The areas have no connectivity and
communication is possible only in the waterways. Even
then, you have to walk two to three kilometres to reach
the remote village. The people there can’t eat properly
and never visited the towns to access any services.
I received a lot of recommendations (beneficiary
inclusion) in my work. But I ignore them and go door to

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