At the time when the whole world was witnessing the global COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, a group of individuals of Assam came together and organized \u201cSamanway Foundation\u201d with the view of integrating and harnessing the potential of all sections of the society. The organization believes in creating approaches for self-driven and motivated individuals with skills and awareness to channelize their potentials in driving social changes through Samanway\u2019s journey in each engagement. They also aim at strengthening the government\u2019s agenda of achieving Sustainable Development Goals by improving, supporting and strengthening their reach to underserved areas and accompanying its services to create major impact. Samanway Foundation is also working in Skill Development, Financial Literacy, Disaster Response, Climate Action & Sustainability and Resilience Building. Image Credit: Aditya Few of their projects are- \u2022 Project Act&Care: The foundation launched its first initiative towards Assam floods under its Act&Care project. Till now the organization has successfully reached out and provided relief to almost 2050 families accounting a total of 8200 individuals in three worst flood-affected districts. \u2022 Red Badge Campaign: this initiative was launched to address period poverty and also impart menstrual health awareness among people especially among the menstruators. This campaign has been done in two phases enhanced with workshops and distribution drives in different districts of Assam. In Phase 1, Samanway Foundation collaborated with the Assam Branch Tea Association of UNICEF covering three districts in Upper Assam. Phase 2 was organized in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Rani block in Assam. The Samanway team on Monday organized an awareness campaign at Rani covering several schools, Primary Healthcare centres and Anganwadi centres. As per information provided by the organization, the statistics of Monday are: A total of six Schools were covered and a total of 3600 pads has been distributed among 900 school girls. Image credit: Aditya Total of nine Primary Healthcare centres was covered distributing 900 pads. About 1500 pads were distributed in 15 Anganwadi centres. At the Mayromanok Ethnic village and market area, a total of 1700 pads has been distributed. 1500 at the village and 200 at the market. A total of 2000 pads were distributed at the UNDP mobile medical unit and 2300 units were distributed as part of community distribution.