Ramakrishna Mission Dedicates Final Orissa Relief Houses

Date 2001/4/12 23:47:02 | Topic: Hindu Press International


Source: Ramakrishna Mission





BELUR MATH, HOWRAH, INDIA, March 17, 2001: Swami Smaranananda, General Secretary of the Ramakrishna Mission, announced today that after giving extensive primary relief to the victims of the 1999 Super Cyclone in Orissa, the RK Mission undertook the construction of 330 houses and three school-cum-cyclone-shelter houses as a part of its rehabilitation project at Kanaguli village, of Ersama Block in Jagatsinghpur district. The work was started in April, 2000, and now most of the new houses have been given away to the beneficiaries. In the last phase, 71 houses will be handed over to the beneficiaries and the newly built school/shelter will be inaugurated by His Excellency Sri M. M. Rajendran, the Governor of Orissa on Tuesday, 17th April, 2001.







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