For food and shelter, type on Google Maps, “food shelters near me” or “night shelters near me” or “food shelters in Odisha” or “food shelters in West Bengal”.
You can also go to Map My India and select “Hunger Relief Centers ” or “Hunger and Night Shelter”.
Here are some examples
These are the locations of some Cyclone Amphan public food and night shelters.
Shelter Locations In Odisha
- Sum Hospital Aahar Center, Infront Falcon Crest Apartment, Palm Heights Road, Shampur, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, 751003
- 1326 Town hall, near J. D. High School, Bauda, Odisha
- Infront of Vetinary Office, 125 Bhumija Sahi Near New Bus stand, Keonjhar, Odisha
- khata no-4, College Rd, near SC Building, Deogarh, Odisha 768108
- Bus Stand, Ruchika Market, Baramunda Housing Board Colony, Baramunda, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751003.
Some public food and night shelter locations in West Bengal
- Champaberia, Ward No 07, District- North 24 Paragans, Bangaon, West Bengal, 743235
- Koipukur Lane, Borough-4, Ward No 32, Hasnabad, North Twenty Four Parganas District, West Bengal, 743456
- Shantiban, Ward No 10, Plot No LR 4726 & 4728, Khatian No Lr 4050, Koch Bihar, West Bengal, 736101
- Ward No 10, JL No 29, Mouza, District- Hooghly, Tarakeswar, West Bengal, 712410
Emergency Response in Bangladesh
Amphan Cyclone was a very powerful and deadly tropical cyclone that caused a lot of damage in East India. It was the strongest cyclone to hit the Ganges Delta since the 2007 season’s Sidr and also the first super cyclonic storm to occur in the Bay of Bengal. Amphan is also the most expensive cyclone ever recorded in the North Indian Ocean, causing more than 13 billion US dollars of damage. Odisha coastal areas – as well as Kolkata, Howrah, East Midnapur, North-South 24 Parganas in West Bengal—were affected by this cyclone. It caused significant destruction in Bangladesh. This article provides you detail about Cyclone Amphan food-shelter.
For the Rescue
- 9 Teams of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) were deployed in West Bengal- 6 Teams in South-24 Parganas. Also 4 Teams each in East Midnapore & Kolkata, 3 Teams in North-24 Parganas, 1 Team each in Hooghly & Howrah: Nishit Upadhyay, NDRF 2nd battalion commandant.
- 1704 shelter camps have been set up and 119075 people have been evacuated so far in Odisha reported by ANI.
India Meteorological Department (IMD), on Sunday, has issued a yellow alert stating that West Bengal and Bangladesh coasts are likely to be affected by cyclonic storm ‘AMPHAN’ which is also brewing over Southeast Bay of Bengal.
Read more at cyclocane.com. However, For more information about the locations: Cyclone Amphan food shelters