Donate for Flood Relief in Maharashtra, Kerala & Karnataka

Severe floods in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala

Catastrophic floods due to incessant rains have wreaked havoc in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala. More than 200 people have been killed and over 10 lakhs have been severely affected by the floods.

Heavy losses in Maharashtra; flood-affected victims in critical situations

Maharashtra has reported 50 deaths due to floods. Over 5 lakhs have been evacuated by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF). A total of 22 districts in Maharashtra have been severely affected. Many incidents of structural collapse, submergence of state and national highways were reported across affected districts. Nine people (including a woman and three children) died in Sangli district as a boat carrying about 30 capsized during rescue operations. Infrastructure has taken a hit, many ICDS centres, schools and the water supply have been affected.

Widespread loss of agriculture and allied livelihoods have put marginal farmers and landless labourers at the risk of deprivation and loss, and would require assistance to recover from the impact of floods.

Roads submerged in flood water Roads submerged in flood water

Flood situation in north Karnataka worsens

In Karnataka, 61 lives have been lost as the flood situation worsened. 17 districts have been severely affected. Almost 6 lakh people have been evacuated of which more than 3 lakhs are staying in 1,168 relief camps set up by government authorities across the affected districts. More than 2,000 villages have been affected and 4.2 lakh hectares of agriculture and crop loss has been reported affecting the livelihood of vulnerable communities.

A house partially submerged in water A house partially submerged in water

Kerala ravaged by floods, again

In Kerala, the death toll has risen to 102 and over 2.5 lakhs have been affected by the floods, and are now staying in 1,639 relief camps. The authorities have been put on high alert. Kannur, Kasaragod and Wayanad districts have been most affected. Kerala was hit by devastating floods last year too, and nearly 500 people lost their lives.

We are responding. Please support our relief efforts and help save lives.

We are responding in the worst-affected districts and are currently conducting a needs assessment of the affected population. Your timely support and generosity enable us to reach out to the affected families quickly and help save lives. Please support our efforts to meet the immediate needs of the affected population which include dry rations, safe drinking water, mosquito nets, shelter support, cleaning kit, hygiene kit, clothes and fodder for livestock.

Please donate now!

All Donations to ActionAid Association are 50% tax exempt u/s 80G of IT Act 1961.

For any queries or questions, please call any of the numbers below:

  • Dipali Sharma : +91 9873084993 (Delhi)
  • Avinash Sapru : +91 9811314654 (Delhi)

or email us at fundindia@actionaid.org.

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Account Name ACTIONAID ASSOCIATION
Bank Name Axis Bank Ltd
Branch Name Bangalore (KT)
Account Number 009010101455298
Address No 9, M G Road, Block A, Bengaluru,
Karnataka 560001
RTGS/NEFT/IFSC Code UTIB0000009
 
Please mention your name and contact number in the remittance column when you transfer your donation.

ActionAid Association has a long and rich experience of responding to natural disasters and conflicts. We have responded to 35 major emergencies since 1993.

Check our latest report on the Kerala Floods Emergency Response 2018.

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Donate for Flood Relief in Maharashtra, Kerala & Karnataka

Severe floods in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala

Catastrophic floods due to incessant rains have wreaked havoc in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala. More than 200 people have been killed and over 10 lakhs have been severely affected by the floods.

Read More

Heavy losses in Maharashtra; flood-affected victims in critical situations

Maharashtra has reported 50 deaths due to floods. Over 5 lakhs have been evacuated by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF). A total of 22 districts in Maharashtra have been severely affected. Many incidents of structural collapse, submergence of state and national highways were reported across affected districts. Nine people (including a woman and three children) died in Sangli district as a boat carrying about 30 capsized during rescue operations. Infrastructure has taken a hit, many ICDS centres, schools and the water supply have been affected.

Widespread loss of agriculture and allied livelihoods have put marginal farmers and landless labourers at the risk of deprivation and loss, and would require assistance to recover from the impact of floods.

Roads submerged in flood water Roads submerged in flood water

Flood situation in north Karnataka worsens

In Karnataka, 61 lives have been lost as the flood situation worsened. 17 districts have been severely affected. Almost 6 lakh people have been evacuated of which more than 3 lakhs are staying in 1,168 relief camps set up by government authorities across the affected districts. More than 2,000 villages have been affected and 4.2 lakh hectares of agriculture and crop loss has been reported affecting the livelihood of vulnerable communities.

A house partially submerged in water A house partially submerged in water

Kerala ravaged by floods, again

In Kerala, the death toll has risen to 102 and over 2.5 lakhs have been affected by the floods, and are now staying in 1,639 relief camps. The authorities have been put on high alert. Kannur, Kasaragod and Wayanad districts have been most affected. Kerala was hit by devastating floods last year too, and nearly 500 people lost their lives.

We are responding. Please support our relief efforts and help save lives.

We are responding in the worst-affected districts and are currently conducting a needs assessment of the affected population. Your timely support and generosity enable us to reach out to the affected families quickly and help save lives. Please support our efforts to meet the immediate needs of the affected population which include dry rations, safe drinking water, mosquito nets, shelter support, cleaning kit, hygiene kit, clothes and fodder for livestock.

Please donate now!

All Donations to ActionAid Association are 50% tax exempt u/s 80G of IT Act 1961.

For any queries or questions, please call any of the numbers below:

  • Dipali Sharma : +91 9873084993 (Delhi)
  • Avinash Sapru : +91 9811314654 (Delhi)

or email us at fundindia@actionaid.org.

Donate through bank transfer
Account Name ACTIONAID ASSOCIATION
Bank Name Axis Bank Ltd
Branch Name Bangalore (KT)
Account Number 009010101455298
Address No 9, M G Road, Block A, Bengaluru,
Karnataka 560001
RTGS/NEFT/IFSC Code UTIB0000009
 
Please mention your name and contact number in the remittance column when you transfer your donation.

ActionAid Association has a long and rich experience of responding to natural disasters and conflicts. We have responded to 35 major emergencies since 1993.

Check our latest report on the Kerala Floods Emergency Response 2018.


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