Bhubaneswar Social Worker Dedicatedly Serving FANI Victims To Ensure A Better Life

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Bhubanesawar:  While attaining bare necessities still remains a dream for few, post Cyclone Fani destruction, many social workers have extended help to ensure better living conditions for the underprivileged. Such is one 24year old Malik Awesh. 

He is currently pursuing his Masters in Social Work (MSW) from Utkal University. He is an ardent social activist and has set his foot out to help the victims of Cyclone Fani.

He provided people with mineral water, and also arranged for dry snacks such as biscuits, chewda, etc. and distributed all of this personally. He started this initiative in the Niali region, which is his native village located in the outskirts of Bhubaneswar.

A will to do good is greater than the ability. The social worker doesn’t come from a family which is financially stable. He claims that their family, at times, doesn’t even manage to get square meals throughout the day. Despite the financial problems, he is determined to do the needful because he considers working for the city, his prime duty.

His work ranges from distributing food, to even donating his own blood for the needy. “I started off by cutting and clearing the trees from the road in the Niali area myself. I arranged for mineral water which were unused after plastic ban, and also filled and packaged empty bottles with safe water. Dipak Nayak, who works with me, has been of constant help and has helped me distribute all the supplies” he said.

People like him are heroes in the eyes of the public, and they are the reason why the faith in humanity has been restored.

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Malik Awesh