Cyclone Fani Relief: What's Happening and How to Help
Cyclone Fani brought strong winds and torrential rains and caused severe damage in India. Several of GlobalGiving’s local nonprofit partners in India are responding to survivors’ immediate needs and have asked us to help fund their relief and recovery efforts.
The projects below will provide emergency funding to locally driven relief efforts, providing food, medicine, and other essential supplies to help people impacted by the storm. 100% of designated donations to these projects will go to support relief, recovery and resilience efforts after Cyclone Fani.
We believe that organizations that are deeply rooted in local communities are often in the best position to provide long-term support for disaster victims. By funding the relief efforts of local organizations, donations to this fund have the potential to build stronger disaster-response capacity so that these organizations are better equipped to face future disasters. GlobalGiving will post reports about how funds have been used and will email these reports to donors and subscribers.
The coastal part of Odisha was struck with a Category 4 - Hurricane, Cyclone Fani which has been the most devastating cyclone to hit the state in the last 20 years. The cyclone caused massive destruction of properties and natural landscape, hampered transportation, connectivity and communication in the region. The aftermath of this disaster has left millions in a state of homelessness as well as with the loss livelihood.
A very severe Cyclone Fani has hit Eastern coastal state of Odisha in India on May 3, 2019 at 8:00 AM leading to wide-scale destruction and loss of life. It has severely disrupted life in Odisha and heading towards West Bengal (another East Indian state). Millions of people have to be evacuated and displaced from their homes. Cyclone Fani has triggered heavy rain and high-velocity winds. Several trees, electric poles have been uprooted. People of Odisha in India need your immediate and generous
Cyclone Fani made landfall near Puri, India, Friday, May 3, sparking an evacuation of nearly a million people from coastal regions. Heavy rains and high winds continue to threaten the lives and livelihoods of residents of Odisha state on India's east coast, currently being deluged by heavy storms. Local ActionAid offices and community partners are coordinating immediate response.
FANI, the deadliest cyclone since 1999 has hit coastal Odisha in India on 03rd May 2019. The winds ripped the roofs off of homes and hospitals, uprooted trees and has brought down power lines. Coastal villages are submerged under water. Nearly 11.5 lakh people have been evacuated, and are in shelter homes. People with disabilities are most vulnerable in any disaster situation. BPA has established contact with a local partner in Odhisa to support people with disabilities.
This project will gives an emergency relief to 200 floods affected families in Godawari districts, Andhra Pradesh in India with food grains, sanitary kits, clothing, cooking utensil kits. And also work for the rehabilitation activities with government and other like minded organisations to become normal live of the affected families. We work to bring back the normality of the lives of the flood affected families with our team.
Severe Cyclonic storm Fani has devastated East Indian coastal regions of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Over 11 lakh people have already been evacuated and 800+ shelter homes have been set up in 15 districts (As on 3rd May, 2019, NDTV). The impact of the cyclone is likely to be much more than 1999 super cyclone which was considered as the deadliest one!
Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm (Fani) has wreaked havoc in the state of Odisha. Heavy rainfall and high-speed winds have destroyed livelihoods leaving families in urgent need of help. They have no shelter, food and water. Affected people are left without home and livelihood. They are in urgent need of safe drinking water, medical and hygiene supplies, food, and long-term recovery and rehabilitation support to cope with the disaster.