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WELCOMING OUR NEW MEMBER – NORTH-EAST AFFECTED AREA DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY (NEADS)

14 February 2020

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It is with great pleasure to report that we had unanimous consensus within our Executive Committee on welcoming North-East Affected Area Development Society (NEADS) to ADRRN.


NEADS is a volunteers centered grassroot development organisation founded in the year 1985 with a based at the village Dhekiakhowa, the district of Jorhat of Assam, the north-eastern region of India. Presently, the interventions of the society include disaster risk reduction and humanitarian response, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), food security and vulnerable livelihood, education and children, gender justice and development, working across in the nine districts of Upper Assam region.


Visit NEADS' website to learn more about them.

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