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Aug 14, 2019

Odisha is facing flood like situation

Dear Patrons,

We thank you for your generous support for our campaign, “Support Victims Affected by Cyclone Fani in Odisha”.

 

Your support helped us to bring in certain amount of normalcy in their lives.

Unfortunately, the region is experiencing heavy rainfall and lots of major roads have been flooded.

Local government officials are identifying the areas vulnerable to flood and water logging in advance, and urged the field officials to remain prepared to evacuate people from vulnerable locations to safe shelters, if required. We are on the ground and working with locals to assess the emerging situation.

Your generous support can help us to expedite the relief work and help the people stranded with necessary materials.

With Gratitude,

Indo – Global Social Service Society

Aug 13, 2019

Kerala is again reeling under floods

Dear Patrons,

We thank you for your generous support for our campaign, “Urgent SOS For Flood affected People – Kerala”.

As the life was returning to normalcy in, people of Kerala are again facing the fury of nature in the form of raging floods during this year’s monsoon season.

As on August 12, 2019, the rains have claimed 76 lives in Kerala so far. According to government data, 58 people are missing and about 2, 50,000 people have been shifted to 1,639 relief camps. With close to 50 people still missing, fear of rising in death toll looms large.

IGSSS’s team is closely watching the situation and working with local government to extend helping hand to the most marginalized. Rescue operations are on and people are braving the hardships with courage.

Your timely support can help the people of Kerala to overcome this difficult time. Request you to spread the word and help us mobilize the much needed funds to support the flood victims.

 With Gratitude,

Indo – Global Social Service Society

Jun 5, 2019

Towards a New Beginning

Measurement for Earthen Check Dam
Measurement for Earthen Check Dam

Dear Patrons,

We are pleased to share the progress made over the last couple of months.

  • The programme team organized five village level meetings for identifying water related issues and water conservation sites.
  • Identification of sand casting and siltation area for construction of multipurpose earthen check dam.
  • Village Development Committee (VDC) identified suitable Water Harvesting Structures (WHS) for renovation and construction.
  • VDC members and technical expert visited proposed WHS and earthen check dam sites for measurement.
  • Analysis of land record done and discussion with revenue  department, soil conservation  department and Panchayati Raj Institutions have been completed.
  • A work calendar has been developed by the VDC members for excavation and construction of WHS and earthen check dam; and monitoring. 
  • Completed procurement process for hiring JCB machine and engineer for excavation work. 

 

With your support, the identified villages are gearing up for maximizing water harvesting and a better irrigation season ahead.

 

With Gratitude,

Indo – Global Social Service Society

Measurement of WHS
Measurement of WHS
 
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