The Rural Women Upliftment Society (RWUS) and Highland Impact joined forces with several other charitable organizations to organize a comprehensive clean drive across nine relief camps in Churachandpur, Manipur.
Amid the ongoing challenges faced by those residing in relief camps, the initiative aimed to provide a clean and hygienic environment for the camp inhabitants. The joint effort, which took place on August 14, sought to enhance the living conditions of those displaced from their homes due to various adversities.
The collective effort aimed not only to physically clean the surroundings but also to uplift the spirits of the residents by showing them that their well-being is a shared concern, a press release today said.
Local community members, along with representatives from the participating organizations, collaborated seamlessly to ensure the smooth execution of the clean drive. The volunteers engaged in interactions with the camp residents, exchanging stories and experiences, further fostering a sense of unity and solidarity.
They organisers highlighted the importance of collective action in addressing challenges faced by vulnerable populations and stressed their commitment to continuing such initiatives in the future.