Emergency Relief & Rehabilitation

Supreme Task has been conducting emergency relief programs by providing relief material to the victims of natural as well as manmade calamities. We provide emergency medical aid, distribute food and other needed supplies after a disaster. At the same time, we pave the way for reconstruction efforts and help to restore people’s livelihoods sustainably. Our approach is focused on strengthening local capacities.

  • Jammu & Kashmir earthquake (2005)
  • Food materials were supplied for 1000 people
  • 1500 hundred received the blankets
  • Hundreds received medicines through our medical facilities


  • Gajapati and Kandhamal communal violence (2008)
  • Over 2000 people received food materials
  • 500 people received the household things
  • 1000 people received the blankets
  • 20 new houses were built for the widows and orphans.
A one room set Concrete house was constructed for 40 families in Odisha.
Constructed and repaired 6 churches after the riots in Odisha.
  • In light of widespread poverty, we took the initiative to partner with Habitat for Humanity to provide a shelter for the poor people.
  • Bihar Flood 2009

1250 families were supported with temporary shelter, medicines, food and blankets

  • Oct, 2013 Odisha Phailin and Flood

     Balesar and Ganjam District were heavily affected
     Families received food material, medicines and large polethen for temporary shelter
     Over 10000 people were benefited from the relief activities

  • Jammu & Kashmir Flood in 2014
  • Over 200 families received ration for 15 days containing (flour, rice, Sugar, cooking oil and lentils) drinking water, blankets, infant blankets, tin and thermocol sheets to create temporary homes to them.
  • 2015, Nepal Earthquake