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Boat Clinic Shahnaz in action

Boat Clinic Shahnaz servicing remote islands in upper Assam’s Dhemaji district renovated and ready for health camps. https://twitter.com/CNESLive/status/1598607742004236289?s=20&t=Q0qWvpyWTZkvOfSJ8Adekw

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C-NES Vacancy

C-NES Regional Office, Guwahati invites online applications for appointment oncontractual basis for the position of District Program Officer under Boat Clinic Programsupported by NHM, Govt. of Assam. Qualification - Full time Master’s Degree in SocialWorks (MSW)/Sociology/Rural Development from a recognized university. Preference willbe given to the candidate having 1 year experience of working with rural…

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River Reflections: Shifting Sands And Stressed Lives

Floods. Landslides. Environmental degradation. Pollution. It all adds up to a story of disappearing land, displaced lives and destroyed livelihoods along the Brahmaputra BySanjoy Hazarika |9 July, 2022 THE Brahmaputra has always been a great sediment carrier--after the Yangtze Kiang in China, it carries more silt and sand than any other river on earth. Thus the alluvial fans…

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Press Coverage – Book Launch

NE Positioned at the cusp of great changes: CM GUWAHATI, June 24: "People of the region are standing up to violence and turning their energy and skills to building a better, stronger, safer, pro¬ductive and stable society," said Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma. In prepared remarks which were read out on his behalf by Chandra…

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Join Sanjoy Hazarika on his river journey

River Reflections: Impermanence, Erosion, Migration On The Brahmaputra The uncertainty of life and livelihoods is forcing many to migrate from the temporary silt islands, locally known as chars or saporis BySanjoy Hazarika |25 June, 2022 THE BRAHMAPUTRA, one of the most sediment-laden rivers in the world, is home to a geographical phenomenon--a unique network of an…

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Reflections From A River: Returning To The Brahmaputra

It was broad, the water level was high, and it flowed perilously close to the road leading to Dibrugarh, the tea capital of Assam and India's tea city. It was the last week of April. From decades of travel in the region, I knew that the Brahmaputra would attain such heights and width--but only in…

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