Kerala Flood Relief

Massive floods across Kerala have killed more than 350 people and displaced more than 800,000. Flood waters have slowly receded in many areas, but we now enter the most difficult phase of recovery: when survivors return to their homes, only to find little remains. And countless families are discovering their homes have been completely destroyed by the flooding and landslides.

Join us today by donating to local, community-led nonprofits helping families in Kerala rebuild their homes and communities:

Help 1100 Students affected by Flood in Kerala
Kerala floods has claimed 400 lives while displacing lakhs of people. People lost their belongings; houses damaged very badly ; health condition of many , especially old people are very bad. Tiny tots & older children are left heart-broken to see that their favorite storybooks, school bags etc. have been washed away. The project will support schools, help students to meet their educational needs and also families to buy cattle or fishing net or boat or to start small business.
Emergency Relief : Flood Affected People in Kerala
Incessant rains and massive flooding are rendering thousands of people across the State of Kerala, India homeless this year too. Hundreds of thousands of people are in Relief Camps. Rains are still lashing different areas of the state and people do require lots of help in relief camps with supply of essentials and long term interventions are necessary. Your help is needed to reach many who are affected.
Flood relief for Kerala, India
Kerala, a southern state in India has been struggling with floods for past 10 days, leaving people in couple of areas at the relief camps with no food, clothing and Shelter. Prime Trust is trying its level best to provide support whatever is possible from their end. We are eagerly awaiting to help those people with basic and immediate support.
Support Kerala Flood
Kerala floods claimed overall death toll to 370, more than 7.8 lakh people are in relief camps, 8000 houses have been washed away and around 26,000 are partly damaged. The rain has ripped the roofs off homes, uprooted trees, brought down power lines and many areas are underwater. People have lost everything they had and are now struggling just to stay alive. A number of Immediate Response Teams have been deployed all around to carry out the rescue work but still the situation is far from over.
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