In the first week of Aug 2018, Kerala saw 257% more rainfall than normal. Idukki, the worst hit district, received 447.6% more rainfall than usual. Various parts of Kerala were reeling under the brunt of nature’s fury. The destruction that the rain and floods left needed our immediate response. We needed to move quickly to help as best as we could, while we realised that there was an urgent need for introspection on sustainable growth and urban planning.
Houses had been inundated displacing many. Normal life in the state was been disrupted. Thousands of people are stranded and are left without the basics – water, food, dry clothes, blankets, etc.
Through the prompt response received from our donors and supporters, in this hour of need we were able to send out
tonnes of Relief Material (Food & Clothes)
Chlorine Tablets were sent to provide Potable Drinking Water.
were airlifted and sent to Trivandrum on 18th August
Strong People stand up for Themselves. Stronger People stand up for Others. Prompt response in this hour of need from our supporters was the most precious gift they could have given to another Human Being in distress.
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