Every year, winters in Manipur, particularly in the Imphal valley, bring bone-chilling cold, with temperatures plummeting close to zero degrees Celsius. However, this year, the hardships of winter are exacerbated by the recurring instances of ethnic violence between the Meitei and Kuki clans, leaving many families displaced and struggling to survive in dire conditions within relief camps.
The displaced residents, who have endured the devastation of their homes, face a bleak future with no place to call their own. While some have sought refuge in government-established relief camps, others have turned to relatives, friends, and even neighbors for shelter. However, the common denominator for these displaced communities is the scarcity of essential resources, including food, water, shelter, and medical care.
Amid this humanitarian crisis, Believers Eastern Church Diocese of Imphal is making every effort to alleviate the suffering of displaced communities. The church’s efforts have focused on distributing essential dry ration items to meet the most pressing needs of these displaced families in their critical hour of need. Recently, the church stepped forward to assist 300 displaced families in Churachandpur with warm blankets, ensuring that they do not have to endure the harsh winter cold without proper shelter.
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