Support the Flood-Affected Communities of Kerala
KERALA FLOOD 2018
INDIA HAS WITNESSED ONE OF THE WORST FLOODS IN THE CENTURY
WE ARE RESPONDING!
Kerala is staggering under the worst floods in its history since the end of July. Nearly 400 people have lost their lives in the devastating floods in Kerala. More than 7 lakhs people have taken shelter in the relief camps set up across the state. The people affected by floods desperately need immediate relief and support in terms of food, shelter and medical supplies. IGSSS is responding to this emergency on a high priority basis.We have coordinated with State Inter Agency Group (IAG) and Government of Kerala, providing the best assistance to the affected people in Wayanad district of Kerala. We have been on the ground providing temporary shelter, health kits, hygiene kits and access to clean drinking water.
What have we done so far
#Water purifier systems in partnership with Aquaplus have been installed in more than five locations to provide access to clean drinking water.
#Health and hygiene kits are being distributed to the flood-affected families in Wayanad district.
Your donation will help survivors recover from one of the most devastating floods Kerala has ever witnessed.
Donate now to provide life-saving support to the families in need.
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Let’s all join together to Save Kerala – God’s own Country, by generously donating to IGSSS in order to reach out to the most affected people.
Each and every donation matters during this calamity. Urgent need to disinfect the water sources, support with hygiene kits and promote hygiene awareness is required.
Hygiene & Shelter kits distributed to the people includes some basic entities like toothbrush, soaps, shampoo, cotton, plastic mugs, buckets, tarpaulin, sanitary napkin, blankets, mosquito nets and other necessary items.
We are trying to provide these kits and other essentials to those stranded in Kerala because of floods.
Please share the campaign with you friends and family and gather as much a support as you can to save Kerala.