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A Society which never sleeps and working for the betterment of Children, Women and Other Social Causes.
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Various relief team have a crucial 48-hour window to assess the needs on the ground and procure material accordingly, as rains are expected to return there by Sunday evening. They have already started their relief work and they tell us that there is an urgent and immediate need of Dry Food, clean drinking water, Blankets, Tarpaulin, Medicine, warm Clothes and Supplementary Nutrition for children if possible.

The weather forecast says that another bout of rain will pour down from Sunday onward. Which will deteriorate and impact the areas and might become a second disaster to the already affected.

According to official reports, the death toll has passed over 8000+ (As ZEE Media Bureau Reported) and 60,000 people are still stranded. More than 18,000 people have been rescued by the army and some of the worst affected areas near the Kedarnath temple still remain inaccessible.

The affected households in the villages mainly consists of women and children and have lost all their valuables, clothes, food and the houses are ruined.

The immediate need on the ground is of:

Dry Food like rice, wheat, etc.
Blankets for all
Tarpaulin
Candle, matchboxes, Kerosene, torches, etc.
Medicine
Supplementary Nutrition
We extend our deepest sympathies to the families who have lost their lives and loved ones to the flood. Our thoughts are with all those who are still trapped and awaiting help.

If you have anyone in northern India affected by the floods, here are a few helpline numbers you can share:

Uttarakhand State Emergency Operation Centre – 0135-2710334, 2710335, 2710233, Joshimath, Karnaprayag and Govindghat- 01372-253785, Army Medical Emergency- 18001805558, 18004190282, 8009833388, ITBP helpline and control room – 011-24362892, 09968383478, Disaster Control Room, Police Headquarters, Uttarakhand – 0135-2717300, 09411112985.
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