Dimapur, August 2: The Angami Youth Organization (AYO) has expressed sympathy over the loss of lives and displaced families caused by the current incessant rain.
It extended deepest condolences to those affected and bereaved families who have lost their loved ones and prayed for speedy recovery to the injured people during this unfortunate crisis.
With a view to help people in times of natural calamity, the AYO in collaboration with Nagaland State Disaster management Authority ( NSDMA), Department of Home Guards & Civil Defence and Department of Forest, Environment and Climate change trained around 100 members of Angami Youths from four ranges i.e., Chakhro Youth Organization, Nothern Angami Youth Organization, Southern Angami Youth Organization and Western Angami of Angami Youth Organization ( CYO, NAYO, SAYO and WAYO) called First Community Responder or Khriekesa pelikro in the year 2017.
In order to respond to crisis faced by people at this stage, the AYO has directed respective Community Responder Team of four ranges to coordinate with the government mechanism that have been put in place and extend all possible help to the people who are facing difficulties at this current crisis.
It further expressed gratitude to First Community Responder who has been continuously assisting the people who are in difficulties at their respective areas.
It also thanked those who fearlessly retrieved the drowned body at Dzucharü river at Phesama village on July 30.
(Page News Service)