Singbahini village in the State of Bihar in India has suffered the worst fury of rains and floods in the last 100 years. Damage caused to life and property is unprecedented. Hundreds have lost their lives, thousands have become homeless, roads have caved in, there's no food and water. Sickness prevails. Snake bites have claimed 12 lives. AROH Foundation is supporting the local panchayat in relief and rehabilitation. We solicit your generous support in helping the flood victims
Singbahini village in Bihar has suffered unprecedented loss of life and property in the recent floods. Hundreds have died and thousands are stranded with no food and water. Sickness prevails all round creating epidemic situation. Death toll is rising as villagers are stranded over the disconnected island created by flowing water. Immediate relief and rehabilitation is required.
The project aims to provide instant help by delivering food packets, drinkable water, essential medicines to those poor who have lost everything in this brutal natural disaster. We are also trying to relocate people to safer areas where basic amenities are available.
Call of the hour is to save these lives for future. With instant food and water supply we are aiming not only today's call of hunger but saving a healthier life which has to fight a longer struggle of re- establishment. Its a struggle of humanity too. We are firm towards saving a long term overbalance and compassion and faith in humanity.