Covid 19

Seva Kendra, Silchar stood with the community during and post COVID 19 working to provide emergency necessities to victims of the epidemic.

Agencies who have supported the organization during the emergency are- SRW, Caritas, Arise, Fundacio, Grand Lancy, KFB.

Seva Kendra, Silchar also found an opportunity in the midst of the pandemic to seek income generation activities and so with the help of the partners we distributed 19 tailoring machines to SHGs and Youth groups to stitch masks and sell it in the market.


Flood Relief

Due to the incessant downpour in southern Assam the flash flood on May 2022 left the people, residing on the bank of rivers in the Cachar District, face severe flash flood and many were left homeless. Whereas the hilly regions in and around the region experienced cyclones and landslides. Seva Kendra team have visited some of the locations and had reached out 7150 most affected households   with the financial support of SRW(USA), Diocese of Aizawl, CRS – Catholic Relief Services, NEDSSS, CASA – Church’s Auxiliary for Social Action, KFB, Reliance Foundation and SEEDS INDIA.


• Seeds India intervened in the Kalain and Katigorah block and better shelter installation was carried out. Seeds in collaboration with      Seva Kendra Silchar and District Disaster Management Authority Cachar installed shelters in 8 GPs under these blocks.

Seva Kendra Silchar partnered with KFB to help the neediest families with Dry ration, Wash kits and livelihood support. Dry ration          was provided in Udharbond, Banskandi and Lakhipur Block. Emergency WASH kits were distributed among adolescent girls and            pregnant women. Poor fish farmers were supported with fishlings who lost their investment due to the flood.

• NEDSSS, CASA, Reliance and Sisters Rising Worldwide (SRW) distributed dry ration, hygiene and wash kits in collaboration with           Seva  Kendra Silchar to victims of cyclone and flood. Health Camps were also conducted in some villages.

• CRS intervened in the Kalain and Silchar Block and has reached out to 800 families who were considered as the worst affected              families in the field, received immediate support through cash transfer. Shelter Restoration also carried out in21 villages.

Block Gram panchayath No .of  Villages No of Families Funding Agency Fund Mobilized
Kalian, Gumra 95 villages   SRW(USA) ,  
  Bororampur Slum – 7150 Diocese of Aizawl,  
Borkhola Sonapur Kalibarichor     27,03,122/
  Ailathol     CRS – Catholic Relief
  Kumbha     Services ,  
Silchar, Kalibari     KFB  
Lakhimpur Gumra     Reliance Foundation Provided
   Silchar       kit with
  Ratanpur,     CASA the
  Dwarbond       collaborati
        NEDSSS on of SKS
S.No Block No of Villages No. of Families Funding Agency Mode of distribution

Kalain, Salchapra,

Jellalpur, Dwarbond

16 1400 CRS Cash Voucher, Shelter repair and cleaning , Covid 19 kit and Chlorine tablets and Medical camp
2. Kalain ,Gumra 4 650 SEEDS India Food, NFI, Medical camp,20 Temporary shelters



6 180 KFB Food ,NFI and livelihood program
4. Kalain, Lakhipur 12 455 Caritas India Livelihood Resilience Building Program
  Total number of Beneficiaries   2685    


Flood Relief

Wash Programe
Medical Camp
Temporary Shelter