The Indian state of Kerala is facing the worst monsoon and causing severe flooding and landslides. As of 18 August 2018, Eight districts remain on red alert. More than 324 people have been killed, 85,000 people have been displaced and more than 223000 people are evacuated and live in relief camp. BASS India is responding immediately with local volunteers and wish to help at least 400 families with drinking water, food supplies, clothing and continue with rebuild activities. will you help ?
The 2018 Kerala floods were a result of the unusually severe amount of southwest monsoon rains. At least 324 people have died, many of whom were crushed under debris caused by landslides. This flooding is unprecedented, and came as a shock to communities and weather experts alike.Many lives have been already lost, and thousands have been displaced. All 14 districts populations are currently under red alert without daily bread and clean drinking water with dist-rubbed minds and lost works.
BASS Volunteers are responding in communities hit hardest by the floods - at Perumbavoor, Aluva, kothamangalam Thalayolaparambu. The need is very large, and the damages have not yet been fully assessed. Urgently require drinking water, food, Clothes, and emergency supplies and psychological relief for as many as 400 families.The funds raised through this project will be utilized to support urgent relief supplies to victims with the cooperation of BASS Volunteers, government and Community.
This project will facilitates an urgent timely relief of dry ration with food, drinking water, clothing, medicines and emergency kits to 400 flood effected families, so that they would get little relief out of their losses until they become normalcy of their lives. Later the emergency situation is overcome, the funds will be utilized for long term reconstruction and rebuilding activities.