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1. December 13, 2015- Warm clothes distribution to 120 poor destitute people (Men, Women, Children) dwelling in front of Sukreswar temple, Guwahati

2. December 20, 2015- Warm clothes distribution to 70 poor destitute people (Men, Women, Children)  dwelling in Narengi slums, Guwahati


3. January 3, 2016- Warm clothes and food distribution to 55 poor destitute people dwelling in front of Siva dol, Sivsagar.

4. January 10, 2016- Warm clothes distribution, meal program and free dental check-up at Kalyan ashram (Old age home), Moran. There are 22 inmates in the ashram.

5. January 26, 2016- Warm clothes and food distribution to 170 poor destitute people and color pencils, notebooks to children at Fancy Bazar, Gate no 4 slums, Guwahati.

6. February 7, 2016- Meal program at Seneh- Old age home, Kahilipara, Guwahati.

7. February 14, 2016- Felicitating Veteran Artist Neelpawan Baruah and Veteran Singer Dipali Borthakur

8. February 21, 2016- Donating100 kg of food items to Destination- Mentally challenged people home during food crisis, Bhagadattapur, Kahilipara, Guwahati.

9. February 23, 2016- Bijulee - A little girl stays with her two elder brothers. After the death of her mother, her father abandoned them leaving them to strive alone for their livelihood. Priyo Bondhu took the responsibility to educate her and provide her with all essentials. She was admitted in Rajdhani primary school.

10. February 28, 2016- Priyobondhu started an open air school with 31 children of Navoday basti. Every evening our resource person goes to the basti and teaches them for 3 hours. After intervention it was observed that the inclination to lousy activities has been receded.

11. March 6, 2016- Environmental awareness and cleanliness program at Navodaya path basti, Hatigaon, Guwahati.

12. March 8, 2016- In association with FICCI ladies organization and IIE, Sewing machines has been provided to 3 beneficiaries viz. 1.Himani Baishya, Guwahati 2. Jaya Tanti, Nagaon and 3. Marami Murmu, Nagaon.

13. March 13, 2016- Community mobilization and clothes distribution program at Medhipara village, Mangaldoi, Darrang. 120 persons attended the program.

14. March 20, 2016- Awareness program on Psychosocial development of children and clothes distribution at Satimapara, Mohkhuli, Bahjani mouza, Nalbari, Assam.

15. April 3, 2016- Distribution of Educational equipment (School bags, pencils etc.) to 80 fire effected children at Bishnupur, Athgaon, Guwahati.

16. April 10, 2016- Launching of Priyobondhu’s CLOTHES BANK and FOOD BANK.

17. April 17, 2016- Donated food items to Mother old age home, Jyotinagar, Guwahati, Assam, India.

18. May 1, 2016- Health awareness program K N O W  C A N C E R at Basisthapur bylane-3, Guwahati especially for women on Breast, Ovarian and Cervical Cancer. The program was conducted by Dr. S.M.Bhagawati, Preventive Oncology, MBBS, MD, from Dr. B.Barooah, Cancer Institute.

19. May 8, 2016- Donated 400kg of food items to Upper Assam Handicapped Centre and Bokakhat Children Home during food crisis, Bokakhat.

20. May 12, 2016- Priyobondhu launched its official website www.priyobondhu.org at Guwahati Press Club on 12-05-2016. The portal was inaugurated by IIE Diector Manoj K. Das, Santikam Hazarika and Debabrata Das.

21. May 15, 2016- Jewellery making and training cum workshop on 14th and 15th, May, 2016. 5 marginalized girls were trained. The program was conducted by PTAH headed by Sruti Baruah.

22. May 22, 2016- General awareness program, Clothes and Food items distribution to 30 families below poverty line and  distribution of Educational equipment to Children at village Sonapani, Paneri, Udalguri.

23. May 28, 2016- General awareness program, Educational equipment (School bags, Notebooks, Pencils etc.) and Clothes distribution to 56 students of Rajgarh Shramik Primary School, Rajgarh, Chandrapur, Kamrup.

24. June 5, 2016- Plantation of saplings in different parts of Assam viz. Guwahati, Nalbari, Barpeta, Morigaon, Dibrugarh on the occasion of World Environment Day.

25. June 12, 2016- Health awareness program K N O W  C A N C E R  in association with Matrix-DNA at Sibsagar college auditorium, Joisagar. The event was conducted by Dr. Gayatri Gogoi, Asst. Professor, Pathology and Cancer Researcher and Dr. Jolly Rabha, Asst. Professor paediatric Haematoncology, of AMCH, Dibrugarh.

26. June 19, 2016- General awareness program, clothes, educational equipment distribution program to 90 people at Narengi carbon gate slums.

27. July 3, 2016- General awareness program, Educational equipment (School bags, Notebooks, Pencils etc.) and Clothes distribution to 58 students of Ramsingh Nabajagaran Lower Primary School, Ramsingh village, Boonda.

28. July 10, 2016- Health awareness program K N O W  C A N C E R, was organized at Lanka High School on 10-7-2016. The program was organized in collaboration with Himanta Bishwa Sarma Fans Club. Around 100 people participated in the program. Kaberi Borkakoti Sharma, Deputy Commissioner of Hojai, Munin Chamuah, Officer-in-charge, Lumding Police Station, Chao Biton Devi, Principal, Lanka High School, Ashima Mahanta, Advocate, Madan Mohan Dey Teacher and Social activist and Surjya Jyoti Goswami, President, Himanta Bishwa Sarma Fans Club were present in the event

29. July 17, 2016- Meal program at Forest gate slums, Narengi, Guwahati feeding around 50 people.

30. July 19, 2016- Meal Program for 40 inmates at Mother Old Age Home, Jyotinagar, Guwahati. 

31. July 23, 2016- Women skill building program on Baking Cake, Muffin and Chocolate at Gyankonika Apartment, Basisthapur bylane-3, Beltola Guwahati. 50 women participated in the program.

32. July 24, 2016- Cancer awareness program- Know Cancer and distribution of girl child undergarments at Bogajuli village, Baksa. SP of Baksa District, SDPO of Tamulpur, Gajen Narzary-Principal of UN Academy and Dr. Dipankar Deb Deka were present in the meeting.

33. July 31,-2016- Flood relief to various villages at Majuli, Jorhat (Digholi, Dakhinpat, Alimur) . Food items and emergency necessities were distributed to 260 flood affected families.
1.Food items (Rice- 15 quintal, Dal- 10 quintal, M.Oil-45 ltr, Sugar, Cidwa, Soyabean, Puffed Rice, Jaggery, Biscuits, Oats, Milk, Tea, Mineral Water etc.) 2. Insect repellents and disinfectants (Bleaching powder, Dettol, Pheneol etc.) 3. Clothes 4. Sanitary napkins and innerwear for women 5. Baby foods etc. 6. Bed sheet 7. Mosquito net and coil 8. Soaps and toothpastes 10. Medicines (ORS/PCM/Antacids/Norflox/B Complex etc.)

34. August 7, 2016- Health awareness and screening program on Cancer, in association with National Health Mission, Assam at Dhing Public High School, Dhing, Nagaon. 90 people were investigated for cancer potentials.

35. August 13, 2016- Flood relief to various villages of Morigaon ( Mikir gaon, Mikir poschim, Kathoni, Tulasibori and Jatiabari. ) Food items and emergency necessities were distributed to 350 flood affected families.
1. Food items (Rice-15 quintal, Dal-5 quintal, M.Oil-30 ltr, Sugar, Cidwa, Soyabean, Puffed Rice, Jaggery, Buiscuits, Oats, Milk, Tea, Mineral Water etc.) 2. Insect repellents and disinfectants (Bleaching powder, Dettol, Pheneol etc.) 3. Clothes 4. Sanitary napkins and innerwear for women 5. Baby foods etc. 6. Bed sheet 7. Mosquito net and coil 8. Soaps and toothpastes 9. Educational equipments (Notebook, Pencils, Color Pencils, Eraser, Sharpner etc.) 10. Medicines (ORS/PCM/Antacids/Norflox/B Complex etc.)

36. August 19, 2016- Flood relief to Hatisar Camp and DEOSRI-VCDC Camp of villages in Chirang. 1. Food items (Rice-25 quintal, Dal- 7 quintal, M.Oil- 60ltr, Sugar, Cidwa, Soyabean, Puffed Rice, Jaggery, Biscuits, Oats, Milk, Tea, Mineral Water etc.) 2. Insect repellents and disinfectants (Bleaching powder, Dettol, Pheneol etc.) 3. Clothes 4. Sanitary napkins and innerwear for women 5. Baby foods etc. 6. Bed sheet 7. Mosquito net and coil 8. Soaps and toothpastes 9. Educational equipment (Notebook, Pencils, Color Pencils, Eraser, Sharpner etc.) 10. Medicines(ORS/PCM/Antacids/Norflox/B Complex etc.) were distributed to 112 flood affected families (total of 557 people).

37. August 21, 2016-  Health  awareness and screening  program  on  Cancer in association with National Health Mission, Assam at Balitara High School, Nalbari. 69 people were investigated for cancer potentials.

38. September 4, 2016- Health awareness and screening program K N O W  C A N C E R at Kharjan LP School, Salikihat, Golaghat. Above 200 people participated in the program of which 144 people were investigated. The screening was conducted by NHM team under District Program Co-ordinator(NCD), Dhrubajyoti Talukdar. The check up was done by Dr.Partha Gohain- Sr. M&HO, Kohora Model Hospital, Bokakhat and Dr.Nirmali Konwar- MO, NCD Clinic. They were assisted by Rupak Goswami-PSMRI-10, Sanjeevani(VHOP), Mouchumi Saikia- GNM Staff Nurse, Lakhimi Borah- Staff Nurse, Rumee borah- Staff Nurse, Rekha Borah- Staff Nurse, Dergaon,CHC, Pranita Kachari-ANM, Bornali Medhi- LT,M.Begum- Pharmacist and 104 team. 7 suspected cases have been referred for further investigation. Medicines were distributed pertaining to general health ailments. Medicines included PCH500mg/Antacid/ORS/NorfloxTZ/Amoxycillin1000mg/CoughSyrup/Antacid Gel/Atenolol50mg/Losartan/Cream Silver Sulfadiazine/Cream Framycetin/ OintmentPI/Syrup Salbutamol/Syrup Amoxycillin DS/B Complex/Diclofenac Sodium.

39. September 7, 2016-Post flood relief to three camps at Chirang 1. Hatisar,Dadgiri (Family-167, Member-835, 8Villages-Ambari, 1no and 2no Dharampur,Lakhiguri, Hatisar Adibasi, Hatisar Simalguri, Hatisar forest village and 1no Aiepowali ) 2. Aiepowali ( Family-47, Member-252) and 3. Nakedara ( 1no Kusungdwisa, 4no Samudwisa and 3no Samudwisa). 1. Food items (Rice-35 quintal, Dal- 250kg, M.Oil- 45ltr, Salt- 70kg, Sugar, Cidwa, Soyabean, Puffed Rice, Jaggery, Biscuits, Oats, Milk, Tea, Mineral Water etc.) 2. Insect repellents and disinfectants (Bleaching powder, Dettol, Pheneol etc.) 3. Clothes 4. Sanitary napkins and innerwear for women 5. Baby foods etc. 6. Bed sheet 7. Mosquito net and coil 8. Soaps and toothpastes 9. Educational equipment (Notebook, Pencils, Color Pencils, Eraser, Sharpner etc.) 10. Medicines(ORS/PCM/Antacids/Norflox/B Complex etc.)

40. September 18, 2016- Health awareness and screening program KNOW CANCER at Nokhola Grant Basti, Mayong, Jagiroad, Morigaon. 161 people attended the camp and all of them were investigated. The National Health Mission team included Dr.Bonsidhar Das(Sr.M&HO), Dr.Dichen Bordoloi(Sr.M&HO), Dr.B.Sharma(Sr.M&HO), Jufin Sultana,District Program Co-ordinator, NCD, Morigaon. Free medicines were distributed for general ailments. The drug list are- Antacid/Ofloxac/IFA/Paracetamol/TMP/Brufen/B Complex/Azithromycin/Amoxycillin/In.Paracetamol/Inj.Amikaci/In.Tramadol/ORS/In.Theophylline/Folic acid.

41. September 24, 2016- ‘16 CAKE CHALLENGE- Priyobondhu in association with Panasonic organized a NOVELTY and INNOVATIVE CAKE MAKING competition at Queen Electronics, Chandmari (Opposite All India Radio), Guwahati on 24-September-2016 from 4 PM, in a motive to promote employment oriented skill developmental program and to encourage self employment. 14 amateur and professional women participated in the competition. Classic innovative and theme based tasty novelty cakes were prepared viz. Pumpkin slice cake, Riceflour (Pithaguri) Cake, Maan Dhania Cake etc. Priya Tamuli took away the first prize of a PANASONIC MICROWAVE OVEN by making the autumn woodland theme out of Pumpkin slice. Mridusmita Dutta Dowerah became the runner up and got a PRESTIGE INDUCTION COOKTOP by making Mint-Riceflour(Pithaguri) Eggless Basket themed Cake. Television show MASTER CHEF famed Jumi Ahmed and Chef Pallavi Das honored the judge’s seat. Chef Rajib Bora, proprietor of Majulir Ekhanj and Entrepreneur and proprietor of Queen Electronics Mr. Nipen Mahanta was the special guest of the evening.

42. October 2, 2016- Health awareness program K N O W  C A N C E R at Ouphulia, Tingkhang, District Dibrugarh, Assam.

43. October 3, 2016- General awareness and distribution program at 2-No. Digholia, Bamunbari, Dibrugarh. Clothes to women and children, Sanitary Napkins and Innerwear to 70 Women were distributed. 

44. October 18, 2016- Clothes distribution program to 90 beneficiaries at Narengi carbon gate slums.

45. October 22, 2016- Post flood relief to 2 camps at Chirang 1. Hatisar, Dadgiri ( Family - 167, Member- 835, and 2no Aaipowali ( Family- 47, Member- 252). Items distributed- Cerelac/6+/Stage1/Wheat, Cerelac/12+/Stage4/Multigrain and Fruits, Cerelac/10+/Stage3/Wheat-Rice mixed fruit, Lactogen2, Whisper Choice/Wings(8pads), Whisper Choice/Regular/7pads, Whisper Choice/Extra long/6pads, Stayfree secure/Regular/Dry cover with wings/ 8+2 pads, Mortein Coil, Dettol Soap, Classmate Notepad , Classmate Pencils, Classmate Scale, Pencil Box, Sunfeast Bounce, Patanjali Nariyal, Patanjalee Namkeen, Patanjali Doodh, Nezone , ParleG, Sunfeast Glucose, Tops, Hifi, Milk Bikis, Saffola Oats , Maggie, Veg Atta Noodles, Bed Cover, Undergarments to women.

46. October 29, 2016- POSITIVE LIGHTS for the children living with HIV+. Priyobondhu celebrated Festival of lights with 17 children of Kasturi Children Care Home by lighting 1001 earthern lamps. By means of crowdfunding and collection we donated food items and educational equipment to the Children Home suffering from shortage of food. A meal program was also arranged for the inmates. Food items distributed viz. Rice, Dal, Mustard Oil, Atta, Sugar, Milk, Biscuits, Maggi, Potato, Onion,Tea etc. Educational equipment viz. Notebook, Pencils, Colour pencils etc.


47. November 13, 2016- K N O W  C A N C E R at Morigaon Shankar Madhav Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Morigaon. Above 175 people participated in the program and were investigated. The screening was conducted by National Health Mission, Government of Assam team comprising Dr. Biswajit Bayan, M&HO, Morigaon  Civil Hospital and Dr. Bansidhar Das. They were assisted by Staff Nurses Mousumi Kurmi and Kabita Gogoi.

48. November 19, 2016- Naba Jyoti Borah of Kamarbandha, Golaghat; a brilliant student from an extremely poor background was struggling for course materials and examination fees. Priyobondhu  provided one time financial assistance for pursuing higher education and was assisted with an amount of Rs. 5000 on the foundation day of Priyobondhu.

49. November 26-27, 2016- Promoting livelihood and self-reliance through niche marketing. A beauty and wellness program, providing guidance and advocacy to marginalized girls by facilitating access to work and livelihood opportunities, was organized at Gyankonika Apartment, Basisthapur bylane-3, Beltola, Guwahati on 26th and 27th November, 2016 from 10am to 5pm. The Niche marketing is aimed at satisfying specific customer needs, as well as the price range, service quality and the demographics that is intended to impact in a small market segment. The program will focus on satisfying customers with the lowest price range for services like Pedicure, Manicure, Fruit and Gold facial and Threading at their door step. 

50. December 25, 2016- Meal Program (Lunch) at Aamar Ghar (Old age home), Patharquarry, Narengi, Guwahati.


51. December 25, 2016- Meal Program (Dinner) at Kasturi Children care Home (Children living with HIV+), Six Mile, Guwahati.

52. January 7, 2017- Distribution program at Lakhipathar in Dhemaji district. Warm Clothes, Sanitary napkins, School equipment, Blanket, Undergarments etc. were distributed to 62 Male, Female and Children.

53. January 7, 2017- Distribution program at Batgharia, Singimari, in Dhemaji district. Warm Clothes, Sanitary napkins, School equipment, Blanket, Undergarments etc. were distributed to 80 Male, Female and Children.

54. January 8, 2017- Cancer awareness and screening camp at IIE, Dhemaji Zila Mohila Samity Bhawan, Dhemaji Assam. 56 people participated in the program and were investigated. The investigation was conducted by NHM team under Sr.M&HO, Dhemaji Civil Hospital, Dr. B.Boruah and Dr. Binod Kr. Gogoi. They were assisted by Mrinmoy Hazarika, MMO, Mrs. Nilima Chetia, ANM , Mrs. Phuleswari Gogoi, GNM. Medicines were provided for general ailments. The program was conducted in association with NHM (National Health Mission) and IIE IIndian Institute of Entrepreneurship.

55. January 17, 2017- Revitalization and Meal Program at Aamar Ghar Old Age Home, Patharquarry, Narengi, Guwahati

56. February 3-4-5, 2017- The Assamese culinary has always been unique as Assam’s colorful life and rich culture. Assamese dishes are simple, flavored, fresh and healthy too. To make this art commercially viable Priyobondhu Social Welfare Society organized an ASSAMESE TRADITIONAL FOOD COMPETITION at Rongali Festival of Assam on February 3-4-5, 2017, in a motive to promote employment oriented skill developmental program and to encourage self employment to the people who are skilled with the art of cooking. Our objective is to encourage these traditional food-artisans so that they commercialize their art instead of confining it inside the kitchen. Television show MASTER CHEF famed Jumi Ahmed, Assamese traditional cuisines expert Rajib Bora and Geeta Dutta honored the judge’s seat. The food competition was held on three segments Assamese sweet, Assamese vegetarian and Assamese non-vegetarian dishes.

The list of winners and prizes-

Assamese Sweet Dish
Winner- Kaberi Gogoi (Mixie sponsored by Bharali Brothers Pvt. Ltd.)
Runnerup- Sehnaz Ahmed (Assamese Traditional Jewellery sponsored by Prajapati)
Third – Daisy Ahmed, (Milton serving set)

Assamese Vegetarian Dish
Winner- Nilofar Hussain (Mixie sponsored by USHA international)
Runnerup- Mitali Kalita (Assamese Traditional Jewellery sponsored by Prajapati)
Third- Ranju saikia Gogoi (Milton serving set)
Assamese Non-vegetarian Dish
Winner- Tanishi Inam, (Mixie sponsored by Art and Industries)
Runnerup- Sayeda Nishat Sereen (Assamese Traditional Jewellery sponsored by Prajapati)
Third- Tanushree Das (Milton serving set)

57. February 9, 2017- Cancer awareness and distribution program at Kaliagaon under Bollamguri PHC, Chirang District. Blankets were distributed to 22 families.

58. 6th and 7th of March, 2017- Legal awareness camp at 2 No. Aaipowali, Chirang (BTAD), Assam on 6th and 7th of March, 2017. The Program was conducted under the patronage of Forest Department, Bodo Territorial Council. The program was attended by 258 persons. The objective of the program is to aware several laws which have been enacted for the welfare protection and security of the citizens


59. 8th and 9th of March, 2017- Disaster Diminution Awareness Camp at 2 No. Aaipowali, Chirang (BTAD), Assam on 8th and 9th of March, 2017. The Program was conducted under the patronage of Forest Department, Bodo Territorial Council. The program was attended by 348 persons. The prime objective is to aware and train the rural community to deal with natural as well as manmade disasters minimizing and prevent loss of life, livelihood, property etc. 


60. 10th and 11th of March, 2017- Disaster Diminution Awareness Camp at Hatisar-Dadgiri, Chirang (BTAD), Assam on 10th and 11th of March, 2017. The Program was conducted under the patronage of Forest Department, Bodo Territorial Council. The program was attended by 604 persons. The prime objective is to aware and train the rural community to deal with natural as well as manmade disasters minimizing and prevent loss of life, livelihood, property etc.


61. April 14, 2017- Celebrated Rongali Bihu with the Children of Destination- Home for Mentally retarded persons and Children, Kahilipara, Guwahati. Food and clothes distribution and a meal program was arranged. Rice, Masur dal, Sira, Moori, Pitha, Narikol Laaru ,Moori Laaru, Goor, Amul Taaza Milk, Eggs, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Potato, Soaps, Pheneol, Girls innerwear etc. were distributed.

62. April 26, 2017- Meal program at Destination Home for Mentally retarded persons and Children, Kahilipara, Guwahati.

63. April 30, 2017- Revitalization and Meal program at Mother Old Age Home, Jyotinagar, Guwahati

64. May 13, 2017- Cloth distribution and Awareness Program on Menstrual Hygiene Management followed by a Meal Program at Hatisar-Dadgiri village of Chirang District, Bodoland Territorial Council, Assam on 13th-May-2017. Sanitary Napkins were distributed to 350 Girls and Women. Men and Children Summerwear, Women Clothing were distributed to 604 beneficiaries

65. May 28, 2017- Awareness program  on  menstrual hygiene management was  conducted at Dharigaon, Jorhat integrating 3 villages Dharigaon, Doh Kukurasuwa and Garowal Sungi,  on the occasion of WORLD MENSTRUAL HYGIENE DAY on  May 28, 2017. Archana Borthakur, Founder of Priyobondhu delivered the keynote address. A compelling interactive session and awareness speech was delivered by Dr. Binoy Kumar Borah, Asst. Professor, JMCH and he was assisted by Dr. Jyotirmoy Sarma, PRCA, JMCH. 175 Girls and Women participated in the program. A set of Sanitary napkin and Women innerwear were distributed to each participant.

66. June 25, 2017- Awareness program on menstrual hygiene management was conducted at Negheriting TE, Dergaon, Golaghat. Archana Borthakur, Founder of Priyobondhu delivered the keynote address. An awareness session speech was delivered by Dr. Ghiasuddin Ahmed, Medical Officer, Kamalabari BHPC, Majuli and Rumi Devi, District coordinator NHM, Sonitpur informed about the various health related government schemes. Special invitees Shri. Bhabendranath Bharali, MLA of Dergaon, Shri. Nurul Sultan, President of Dergaon Sahitya Sabha, eminent social worker Sri Abhijit Borah and journalist Kaju Robi Das, Reporter, Dainik Janambhumi etc. participated in the program. 400 Sanitary napkins and Women innerwear were distributed to each participant.


67. July 7, 2017- An ailing woman Tripti Roy aged 56, suffering from lower part paralysis severe open wounds, and her distressed poverty stricken family of Nizarapar, Kahilipara, Guwahati was rescued on July 7, 2017. The family is of 5 members and 3 children are differently able. The only source of income to the family was her husband, but lately he was also suffering from back pain. The Woman was admitted in Gauhati Medical College Hospital, bearing necessity expenses and services. Priyobondhu also took the initiative by referring her 3 children in a home for special children called destination. Her 3 children were sent to Destination a home for special children. She underwent 3 surgeries and was discharged from the hospital on November 20, 2017. 


68. July 23, 2017- Flood response at Pub-telahi, North Lakhimpur district providing 15 tons of relief materials to 4200+ people integrating 7 villages. The relief kit included Rice, Pulses, Salt, Flattened rice, Jaggery, Biscuit, Water, Soaps, Pheneols, Bleaching powder, Sanitary napkins, Female undergarments, Medicines, Sugar, Wheat flour, Mosquito coil, Milk, Potato, Candles, Puffed rice, Tarpaulin, Water filters, Buckets, Mugs etc. A free health check-up camp was also set up for the people with health issues. The physical examination was done by Dr. Dhrubajyoti Borah and free medicines were administered.

69. July 24, 2017- Flood response at North Lakhimpur 1. Bowalguri Jorhatia, No. of beneficiaries-  36 families 2. Bogolijaan Jorhatia, No. of beneficiaries – 7 families. 3. Hatilung, No. of beneficiaries – 31 families. 4. Bogolijaan Chariali, No. of beneficiaries – 9 families. 5. Bogolijaan, No. of beneficiaries – 88 families. The 2 ton relief materials included Rice, Pulses, Salt, Flattened rice, Jaggery, Biscuit, Water, Soaps, Pheneols, Bleaching powder, Sanitary napkins, Female undergarments, Medicines, Sugar, Wheat flour, Mosquito coil, Milk, Potato, Candles, Puffed rice, Tarpaulin, Water filters, Buckets, Mugs etc.

70. August 20, 2017- 2nd phase of flood relief to 8 villages of Kaliabor, Nagaon.
1. Santipur- 31 families 2. Madhupur - 14 families  3. Senchowa - 24 families 4. Silabandha - 41 families 5. Balitika- 27 families  6. Bihdubi- 135 families 7. Keribakori- 107 families 8. Topahula Dakshin- 110 families
Relief materials included-
General kit- Rice, Pulses, Sugar,Salt, Jaggery, Biscuit, Water bottle, Flattened Rice, Puffed Rice, Bleaching powder, Mosquito coil, Candle, Matchbox, Soaps, Pheneol, Clothes, Undergarments for Women and Girls.
Pregnant Women and child kit- Rice, Pulses, Soyabean, Milk, Water bottle, Biscuit, Sabu, Flattened rice, Puffed rice, Soap, Sanitary napkin, Undergarments, Jhonson kit, New baby clothes, Baby napkins

71. August 25, 2017- 3rd phase of flood relief to 4 villages of Chirang, BTC. 1. Block- Sidli a. Thaisoguri- 379 families b. Laukriguri- 269 families 2. Block- Borbori TD a. Dawabil- 104 families b. Kungkrajhora- 5 Families Relief materials included- General kit- Rice, Pulses, Sugar,Salt, Jaggery, Biscuit, Water bottle, Flattened Rice, Puffed Rice, Bleaching powder, Mosquito coil, Candle, Matchbox, Soaps, Pheneol, Clothes, Undergarments for Women and Girls. Pregnant Women and child kit- Rice, Pulses, Soyabean, Milk, Water bottle, Biscuit, Sabu, Flattened rice, Puffed rice, Soap, Sanitary napkin, Undergarments, Jhonson kit, New baby clothes, Baby napkins

72. August 29, 2017- Commencement of project BREAKFAST FOR A CHILD- A breakfast program for children under project consultant nutritionist Gitima Saikia. The prime objective of the survival program is to eradicate child hunger and breakfast skipping by providing a healthy breakfast on a daily basis consisting of a variety of foods, especially high-fiber and nutrient-rich whole grains, fruits, and dairy products to children at risk of under nutrition. The first centre is Kailashpur LP School, Kahilipara, Guwahati. There are total 157 students.

73. September 10, 2017- 4th phase of flood relief to 3 villages of Morigaon 1. Kathani Palashguri- 72 families 2. Kathani Garakhahiakhuti- 20 families and Kathani Jatiabori+Tulsibori- 121 families. Relief materials included- Bucket, Rice, Pulses, Sugar, Salt, Jaggery, Biscuit, Water bottle, Flattened Rice, Puffed Rice, Bleaching powder, Mosquito coil, Candle, Matchbox, Soaps, Pheneol, Clothes, Undergarments for Women and Girls.


74. October 2, 2017- Public awareness program for Hospital cleanliness on 2nd October, 2017 at Gauhati Medical College Hospital. The prime objective of the program is to aware general public to adopt cleanliness and hygienic environmental practices inside the hospital campus.

75. October 29, 2017- Awareness program on menstrual hygiene management was conducted at Salana TE, Anjukpani, Nagaon. The awareness speech was delivered by Dr. Dharmananda Sarma, M.O. of Simonabasti BHPC, Salana , Nagaon, Ankita Borah, ANM of 2no Anjukpani sub-centre and Rekha Reddy, ASHA of Anjukpani TE. 200+ adolescent girls and women participated in the program. Sanitary napkins were distributed to each participant.

76. October 30, 2017- Rescued a homeless woman, staying in the streets with her 2 child (one is an infant), abandoned by her husband and family. The infant who was suffering from high fever was immediately rushed to Gauhati Medical College for treatment.


77. November 14, 2017- Childrens day celebrated at Kailashpur LP School, Kahilipara, Guwahati. Children activities competition like Drawing, Singing, Dancing, Fun games, Recitation etc. were conducted. 65 students participated and educational equipment such as pencil boxes, notebooks, pencils, sharpners and wax crayons were distributed to the children. Breakfast were also provided to the students.


78. November 29, 2017- Relief to people of Amchang wildlife sanctuary eviction. Water, Biscuits and Puffed rice were distributed to around 375 families. 


79. December 14,2017- Clothes distribution program at Amtola, Jaingaon of North Lakhimpur district. Blankets, Warm Menswear, Womenwear and Childrenwear were distributed to 159 families.

80. December 15,2017- Clothes distribution program at Pub Telahi of North Lakhimpur district. Blankets were distributed to 71 families.


81. January 10, 2018- The light of knowledge is more equally significant with health and livelihood in any rural society of India. Schools in rural areas are still struggling for infrastructures, facilities and proficient teachers.
Such is Pukarkata LP School (non-provincialised) of Lahorighat in Morigaon District which was established in 1982. But the 35 year infrastructure succumbed to unavailability of funds. There were no walls on all four sides. Only left was the bamboo poles, rusted roof, 4 pairs of desk and benches and one blackboard. The students cannot resist the winds, rains, the scorching sun and consequently school sessions became irregular.
Priyobondhu, with the help of UK based NRIs decided to reconstruct the school building providing all school supplies. From 16-12-2017 construction work begun with a plan of 2 rooms, Concrete floor and side walls (Half), corrugated roof top, Desks, Benches, Blackboards etc. The construction work was completed on 9-1-2018 and inaugurated on 10-1-2018 by Shri Hemen Das, Deputy Commissioner, Morigaon; Shri. Swapnaneel Deka, Superintendent of Police, Morigaon; Smt. Dyotiva Bora, Circle Officer, Morigaon and Shri. Akbar Ali, Officer in Charge, Bhuragaon, Morigaon It was a new dawn for Pukarkata LP School. New sessions started with a batch of 40 students.


82. January 19-20-21, 2018- In a motive to promote employment oriented skill development and to encourage gainful self employment to the people who are skilled with the art of cooking, specifically women Priyobondhu conducted ASSAMESE TRADITIONAL FOOD COMPETITION at RONGALI FESTIVAL , Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra, Guwahati, Assam on January 19-20-21, 2018 . Our objective is to encourage these traditional food-artisans so that they commercialize their art instead of confining it inside the kitchen. The competition was based on 3 categories- 1. Assamese Sweet Dishes (Jalpan) on January 19, 2018 where 22 contestants participated. 2. Assamese Vegetarian Dishes on January 20, 2018 where 23 contestants participated. 3. Assamese Non-Vegetarian on January 21, 2018 where26 contestants participated. The judgment was served by Smt. Hiranmoyee Goswami, Shri. Rajib Bora, Smt. Jumi Ahmed and Smt. Geeta Dutta 

Position holders and prizes-
Assamese Traditional Sweet Dishes ( 22 participants )
1st prize- Tanishi Inam- Prajapati Assamese Gold Jewelry
2nd prize- Kaberi Gogoi Deka- Milton Non Stick Cookware sponsored by Dalmia cement
3rd prize- Giriza Das- MIO Casserole Set sponsored by Dalmia cement
Assamese Traditional Vegetarian Dishes ( 23 participants )
1st prize- Rumi Dewan- Prajapati Assamese Gold Jewelry
2nd prize- Smita Das- Milton Non Stick Cookware sponsored by Dalmia cement
3rd prize- Hadiya Hayat Inam- MIO Casserole Set sponsored by Dalmia cement
4rd prize- Aradhana Baruah- Pigeon Handi sponsored by Dalmia cement
Assamese Traditional Non- Vegetarian Dishes ( 26 participants )
1st prize- Mridusmita Dutta Dowerah- Sony Camera sponsored by Dalmia cement
2nd prize- Rehana Khatoon- Prajapati Assamese Gold Jewelry 
3rd prize- Pranita sharma- MIO Casserole Set sponsored by Dalmia cement
4rd prize- Hadiya Hayat Inam- Milton Non Stick Cookware sponsored by Dalmia cement

83. January 19-20-21, 2018- In addition to ASSAMESE TRADITIONAL FOOD COMPETITION at RONGALI FESTIVAL , Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra, Guwahati, Assam on January 19-20-21, 2018, 8 food stalls were allotted to 8 food artisans, prioritizing women, serving 100+ variety of traditional and fast foods. The motive was to encourage gainful self employment to the people who are skilled with the art of cooking. Our objective is to encourage these traditional food-artisans so that they commercialize their art of cooking.

84. January 19-20-21, 2018- In addition to ASSAMESE TRADITIONAL FOOD COMPETITION and Food stalls at RONGALI FESTIVAL , Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra, Guwahati, Assam on January 19-20-21, 2018, a traditional kitchen was constructed demonstrating various traditional foods of Assam.
Blogger partner "Foodie on the road" conceptualized the traditional kitchen ..


85. January 27, 2018- Resumed Breakfast for a Child program for academic year 2018 at Kailashpur LP School, Narakasur Pahar, Kahilipara, Guwahati, Assam. A total of 102 students are enrolled in 2018 academic year.


86. February 13, 2018- Looking at the alarming rise of child sexual abuse, molesting, groping etc. cases, an Awareness program on safe, unsafe, unwanted touch for girl child was commenced from February 13, 2018. The program is named LOUDLY NO. The objective of the program is teaching girls about limits to identify reasonable, safe and permissible ways for other people to behave towards them and how they will respond when someone passes those limits, empowering girls by respecting their choices and their right to say no and empowering girls by teaching self defense. The program was conducted with the support of SBIOA at SBOA Public School, Garchuck, Guwahati. A significant interactive session between our resource people Nimi Borgohain, Chief Clinical Psychologist of GNRC, Psychiatric Social Worker Dhruba Jyoti Kalita and the Girl students consequently revealed that 24% of girls out of total 120 girls were abused once or more during their lifetime and majority of them were an outsider. Subsequently counseling was done to the girls suffering from traumatic experience. Ms. Cynthia Nornha, CFO and DGM, Asish Kr. Biswas, CDO and DGM, Rupam Roy, General Secretary, SBIOA, Dilip Roychoudhury, President, SBIOA were present in program. 


87. February 15, 2018- In addition to regular breakfast to the children of Kailashpur LP School, Kahilipara, Priyobondhu offered YOGA and SPOKEN ENGLISH classes from today by resource persons Vezotolu and Chayanika.


88. February 25, 2018STEPPING OUT OF THE KITCHEN is the theme for Women who live with pride and dignity. In a motive to promote gainful self employability for Women, Priyobondhu, with the support of Panasonic cooking, conducted an authentic cake baking competition on 25-2-2018 at Chandmari, Guwahati. There were restrictions on the use of artificial edible colors, ready made gum paste, sugar paste, whip cream, artificial decorative items etc., and instead colors of fresh fruits and vegetables were encouraged. The judgement was based on taste, nutritious values and decoration. 26 entrants took part in the competition.  Position holders and Prizes-
1st prize- Sayeda Somina Afrin Christie (Dalia seasame cake) - Panasonic Microwave Oven
2nd prize- Sonmani Phukan Baruah (Organic Chocolate Cake)- Panasonic Rice Cooker
3rd prize- I. Hussain (Banana Fruit cake)- Panasonic Rice Cooker
Judges special choice-
1.  Mridusmita Dutta Dowerah 2. Daisy Ahmed 3. Jabin Akhtar 4. Tanishi Inam
Consolation prizes-
1. Farzana Begum 2. Ami Baruah 3. Jutika Baruah 4. Raktimala Adhyapak 5. Sandeep Das
The judgment was served by  Jumi Ahmed and Shankar Ghosh. Rajib Bora, RJ Sujita and RJ Shubhankar Big 92.7 FM, Nripen Mahanta, Sachin Vishwakarma, Saman Singh, Siva Sarma etc. were the special guests to mention who were present on the occasion.


89. March 11, 2018- An awareness program on menstrual hygiene management was conducted at Nalapara slums, Narengi. Sanitary pads and toiletries were distributed to adolescent girls and women.


90. March 11, 2018- Clothes distribution program at Nalapara slums, Narengi.


91. March 12, 2018- In memory of Late Nandita Das, Priyobondhu came forward to support a girl Rupali Das of Balilecha village in Nalbari district. Her family was suffering from severe financial constraints and she was about to be married. The sole income of her family is her father who was a rickshaw puller. The marriage was solemnized on March 12, 2018. We provided her some essential belongings like clothes, gold ornaments, kitchen utensils, suitcase, blanket, bed sheets, mosquito nets, toiletries etc and an amount of cash. The bridal make-up and registered marriage was performed with the help of individual supports by Priyobondhu.


92. March 15, 2018- An awareness program on Sexual harassment and Post traumatic stress disorder management was conducted at Pragjyotish College on March 15, 2018. Subjects discussed were- Women sexual harassment, its forms, places of occurrence, its types, its effects, what to do, what not to do, Legal options and Post traumatic stress disorder management. 37 girls participated in the program. A significant interactive session between our resource people Nimi Borgohain, Chief Clinical Psychologist of GNRC, Psychiatric Social Worker Dhruba Jyoti Kalita and the Girl students consequently revealed that 43% among the girls were abused once or more during their lifetime and majority of them were an outsider. Subsequently counseling was done to the girls suffering from traumatic experience. Respected attendees of Pragjyotish College present in the program were Dr. Paramananda Rajbongshi, Principal; Dipika Roy Medhi, Associate Professor, Philosophy; Namita Das, Associate Professor, Economics; Manjula Dutta, Sr. Associate Professor, Anthropology; Niva Deka, Associate Professor, Philosophy; Indrani Kalita, Assistant Professor, Assamese; Karabi Khaklari Bodo, Assistant Professor, Assamese; Mridusmita Devi, Assistant Professor, Education.


June 9, 2018-  Established a library for the Children of  K A I L A S H P U R   L . P .  S C H O O L, Narakasur Pahar, Kahilipara, Guwahati, Assam. The Children Library Bookself with 100 Children books was donated by PTI journalist Mrs. Durba Ghosh and inaugurated by social activist Smt. Hiranmoyee Devi.


June 9, 2018- An awareness program on menstrual hygiene management was conducted at K A I L A S H P U R   L . P .  S C H O O L, Narakasur Pahar, Kahilipara, Guwahati, Assam.. Sanitary pads and toiletries were distributed to adolescent girls and women.


July 23, 2018- A Seminar on ' Menstruation management and understanding contemporary contexts ' was conducted at Khanapara State Dispensary, Guwahati. The purpose was to understand the real scenario of Menstrual Hygiene Management Scheme in rural areas. 5 Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM ), 12 Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA ), 1 Lady Health Supervisor (LHS) and 1 NGO worker participated in the seminar.


July 26, 2018- A Seminar on 'Menstruation management and understanding contemporary contexts' was conducted at Bhetapara PHC, Guwahati. The purpose was to understand the real scenario of Menstrual Hygiene Management Scheme.
1 Medical Health Officer (MHO), 2 Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM ), 9 Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA ), 1 Surveillance Worker, 1 Pharmacist, 1 Lab Technician, 4 Medical Staff and 2 Interns participated in the seminar.


August 12, 2018- Flood relief to 2 villages of Golaghat district (Bauri Gaon, Numaligarh 153 families and Arengapar, Golaghat 104 families). Items distributed-Buckets, Blankets, Mosquito nets and Repellents, Mattress and Pillow, Disinfectants, Soaps and Sanitizers, Sanitary Napkins, Milk and Sugar, Rice and Pulses, ORS and Mineral water etc.


September 20, 2018- A Seminar on 'Menstruation management and understanding contemporary contexts' was conducted at Kahilipara PHC, Guwahati. The purpose was to understand the real scenario of Menstrual Hygiene Management Scheme.