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Seva Bharathi Assam : Flood Relief in Dheemapur and Lakshimpur Districts

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Distributing Flood Relief Kits














Distributing Medicines and medical aid kits

Sewa Bhavan Inauguration: 2009 AP Flood Rehab Project

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Sewa Bhavan Inauguration: 2009 AP Flood Rehab Project

Grama Bharathi, Flood Rehabilitation Project, Kutakanoor

Grama Bharathi, Flood Rehabilitation Project, Kutakanoor Funded by Hindu Temple of Atlanta (HTA) North America Shirdi Sai temple of Atlanta (NASSTA) The 2009 October flash floods have been a bane for the villages on the banks of Krishna and Tungabhadra and especially the villages bordering Mahaboobnagar and Kurnool districts. The Villages have completely been either washed away or have been made into junkyards. There have been many efforts from the Not for profits to make the villages livable and rehabilitation projects were taken up. On our part the Grama Bharathi in association with Hindu Temple of Atlanta (HTA) and North America Shirdi Sai temple of Atlanta (NASSTA)with support from Sewa International have taken up on us the initiative for a long term project on Medical aid and awareness as well as build up a series of services that can make the villages self reliant and sustainable. Community Center It was decided to have a permanent structure to host sewa activities, a …

Seva Bharathi Assam Flood relief activity photographs

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Seva Bharathi Assam Flood relief activity photographs

Sewa Bharathi is running relief activities:
Dhemaji jilla, lakhim pur zilla The Gai river has created havoc.
Flood relief Kit with 18 items set: 350
Mosquito nets, Woollen rugs, Buckets, Plastic Mats, Torch Lights, Candles, Matchbox, mekla Sarees, Shirts and pants, Atukulu (chira 6 quintals), sugar 2 Quintals, Mosquito coils
Medical Aid: A Team of 7 doctors have been working day and night and so far reached 12 villages and also treated 12,000 flood affected people in the Relief camps.
Support the flood Victims in the Northeast India

Seva bharathi, Lakhimpur,

A/C No: 50038395775
Allahabad Bank,
IFSC Code: ALLA,


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Sewa Bharati appeal for Support: Flood Devastation in the North and Northeast of India

Sewa Bharati appeal for Support: Flood Devastation in the North and Northeast of India
Natures fury in 7 states of Northern India and northeastern India as is visible has reached a level where all of us now need to join hands and help the Victims. The reports emanating from the volunteers and the Media suggest an urgent need for support to the victims.
Vast areas of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Assam, West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Meghalaya have been inundated by floods incessant floods affecting literally millions of people. People without home, food and even drinking water are suffering under the open sky. Water everywhere, but not even a drop to drink.
Below are Media reports photographs and Video that can show you the intensity of the situation. This is an appeal to support all those in need. Also Listed are options to choose from to send your support both online and offline.
Sewa Bharathi is running relief activities:
Dhemaji jilla, lakhim pur zilla The Gai river has created havoc.…

Sewa Bharati appeal for Support: Flood Devastation in the Northeast of India

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Source: Newspapers from Northeast

Support the flood Victims in the Northeast India

Seva bharathi, Lakhimpur,

A/C No: 50038395775
Allahabad Bank,
IFSC Code: ALLA,

Assam
the floods in the State have become critical, particularly in Dhemaji, Jonai and Dhakuwakhana. At least eight persons have lost their lives, while 8 lakh people were rendered homeless and thousands of hectares of cultivated land washed away by surging water. Further, railway and road communication have been disrupted.

Over three and half lakh affected and led homeless by floods in 6 districtsIn North Lakhimpur alone, more than 65,000 people have been said to have been affected by flood in different villages. This is the official figure and as it is being believed that the number would be much more. The number of people affected in Dhemaji and other districts together has brought the number of flood hit people in the state to over three and half lakhs. So far seven deaths have been reported.293 out of 423 earthen banks on Ass…

Support Sewa Bharati Efforts: Over 3.26 lakh people hit by floods in ASSAM

Source: Assamtribune
Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, Aug 18 – The number of people affected by the current wave of flood in the State has shot up to over 3.26 lakh. The number of districts affected by the flood wave has also shot up to six with the inclusion of Chirang district in the list. Fresh flood waters of the Jiadhal and the Gai River have inundated some new areas today in Dhemaji district.The current wave has affected 335 villages in 11 revenue circles of the State and led to death of six persons, including the two in Lakhimpur district, one in Sonitpur district and three in Dhemaji district, said the State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) sources here.However, the Dhemaji District Disaster Management Authority (DDDMA) sources told this newspaper that the current wave of flood has taken a toll of four human lives.According to SDMA sources here, the current wave has affected a crop area of 69,667 hectares and has damaged 297 kutcha houses and 17 RCC bridges and culverts. In all, 1…

Seva bharathi: Floods ravage eastern Assam and Arunachal: Support the victims

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Source: Assamtribune and Tribune and Newslivetv


Support the flood Victims in the Northeast India
Seva bharathi, Lakhimpur,


A/C No: 50038395775
Allahabad Bank,
IFSC Code: ALLA,


A government spokesperson said heavy rains triggered massive flooding in the eastern Dhemaji district, about 500 km from Assam's main city of Guwahati. "According to preliminary reports, about 40 villages have been hit by floods with an estimated 25,000 people displaced. There are reports of at least seven people swept away by sudden burst of flooding," Dhemaji District Magistrate M.S. Manivannan told journalists. 
Flood waters have covered a major portion of the National Highway (NH) 52 in Dhemaji district, cutting off the district from the rest of the country. Nearly 600 metres of the road have been washed away by flood waters, while a portion of the railway tracks in the district has also been washed away. A road connecting Arunachal Pradesh has also been washed away by flood waters.All impor…