“We The Human” distribute COVID19 Hygiene Kits & plants among Sanitation Workers in Samba

“We The Human” distribute COVID19 Hygiene Kits & plants among Sanitation Workers in Samba

 

Samba, 13th June 2020: “We The Human”, a public charitable trust, today, distributed 110 COVID19 Hygiene Kits & plants among Sanitation Workers in grounds of Catholic church in Samba town. Among others, (Retd) Principal District & Session Judge K Y S Manhas Chairman of the trust, (Retd) Director Floriculture K K Sharma Chairman Editorial Board, S. Sukhdev Singh Executive Member, Pavitra Panth Office Secretary, Father Robin Cerejo Priest incharge Catholic church Samba, Sister Jaya Peter Secretary of Kristu Jyoti Social Welfare Society Samba, Sister Annie Susan and Poonam Devi staff of KJSWSS were present on the occasion. COVID19 Hygiene Kits which comprise of one 200 ml sanitizer, disinfecting soaps, three reusable masks, one ORS sachet and IEC Flyer were distributed among Safai-Karamcharis of District Hospital & MC Samba. The plantation drive was launched in collaboration with Ashwani Kumar DFO Eco Task Force Division Jammu.

Speaking on the occassion, K Y S Manhas Chairman of We The Human informed that these COVID19 Hygiene Kits are being distributed among poor families in different districts of J&K wherever our members can reach. These families cannot afford to buy these essentials due to poverty or due to loss of employment. These are required by every family, today, to keep themselves safe from COVID19 Pandemic. Already, “We The Human” has distributed more than 500 COVID19 Hygiene Kits in areas like Chani Mansar Udhampur, Jyoti Kristu Hospital Samba, Phallan Mandal, Belli Charana in Jammu and in Kathua.
K K Sharma Chairman Editorial Board asked the sanitisation workers to maintain maximum personal especially hands hygiene and wear facemasks while on duty of sanitisation. He asked them to plant as many trees as possible so as to supplement our environment which provides us clean oxygen, water and food.
S. Sukhdev Singh Executive Member of the trust informed that the trust has set up a target for planting 2000 trees saplings in J&K, during the current year.

Father Robin Cerejo Priest incharge Catholic church Samba and Sister Jaya Peter Secretary of Kristu Jyoti Social Welfare Society Samba expressed thanks to members of “We The Human Forum for Nature and Mankind” who have been playing an important role in current disaster by reaching upto poor people in distress with free distribution of ration, COVID-19 Hygiene kits and tree plants. The trust is doing yeoman’s job, completely dedicated towards Nature and Humanity.

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