Donations to this program during the past two years have made it possible for SevaChild to provide over 20,000 Indian families with one month's worth of food rations -- enough for a family of four or five individuals.
Each of the ration kits supplied by SevaChild includes basic staples (rice, pulses, sugar, tea) as well as other necessities such as personal hygiene items.
Since we last reported to you, SevaChild has distributed another 500 food ration kits, as it continues to identify those communities most in need and distribute these life-saving provisions accordingly throughout the poorest regions of the sub-Indian continent. Among those assisted most recently are victims of the flooding in Sikkim in the northeastern part of India.
Emergencies related to climate change threaten to dramatically increase the need for relief, particularly in the poorest areas of our world.
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