Ms. Bimala Baru, a Staff of SWI who is the Coordinator of a Village Resilience Project, living at Harishchandrapur II Block reports that the Fulahar river is above the danger mark for the past 15 days and is now eating into the bund (dike of mud) that is protecting Harishchandrapur. The situation, she reports that, is grim if the situation continues as the erosion on the dike is fast and quick. This can lead to the Fulahar river getting into the mainland and destroy vast acres of land threaten lives of the people of Harishchandrapur. SWI, as an immediate step, in consultation with the Block Development Officer, will use loudspeakers to alert the people on the situation and ask them to be prepared for the worst. Your prayers and support are welcome. Humanitarian Agencies are alerted through this to be prepared for giving required assistance if necessary.