Kerala Flood 2018
From 9 August 2018, severe floods affected the south Indian state of Kerala, due to unusually high rainfall during the monsoon season. It was the worst flood in Kerala in nearly a century. Over 483 people died, and 14 are missing. About a million people were evacuated, mainly from Chengannur, Pandanad, Edanad, Aranmula, Kozhencherry, Ayiroor, Ranni, Pandalam, Kuttanad, Malappuram, Aluva, Chalakudy, N.Paravur, Chendamangalam, Eloor and few places in Vypin Island and Palakkad. All 14 districts of the state were placed on red alert. According to the Kerala government, one-sixth of the total population of Kerala had been directly affected by the floods and related incidents. The Indian government had declared it a Level 3 Calamity, or "calamity of a severe nature". It is the worst flood in Kerala after the great flood of 99 that took place in 1924.
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With the funds collected from our donors ,we transferred them to Dorcas's trust , one of the trusts that lent a direct helping hand to the people in Kerala.
Things we provided were:
Brush,Soaps,Paste,Antiseptic liquids,Tea bags,Rain coats,Water packets and bottles,Biscuits,Sanitary napkins, and
Bleaching powder. Thanks for our donors who made it a reality.