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. 

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, 

Online donations Click here

Payable to "Sewa International" and mail it to:

Sewa International USA
PO Box 14622
Fremont, CA 94539

To donate in Indian Rupees, please send your contribution to:

Sewa International

49, Deendayal Upadhyaya Marg,

New Delhi -110002


Tel: +91 11 23232850

+91 11 23232850 

+91 11 23232850 

or 23684445

Email: sewainternationaldelhi {at] gmail (dot) com

Online donations to IDRF Click here
5821 Mossrock Drive,
North Bethesda, 
MD 20852-3238,

For donations from UK
Online donations Click here
Sewa UK,
110 High Street, Edgware,
Middlesex, HA8 7HF

 Reports from the media

Assam :  The floods in Assam have become critical, particularly in Dhemaji, Jonai and Dhakuwakhana  While 8 lakh people were rendered homeless and thousands of hectares of cultivated land washed away by surging water in 6 districts. Further, railway and road communication have been disrupted.

Meghalaya: Over 1,500 people were rendered homeless in western parts of Meghalaya as some villages were submerged, Jinjiram, Ganol and Simsang rivers -- the three major rivers -- were in spate.

Arunachal Pradesh: eight people were washed away at Sisibargaon by

 swollen waters of Gainadi, a major tributary of Brahmaputra river, The flash

 floods inundated 35 villages in Sisibargaon revenue circle

West Bengal: The rain-related death toll in West Bengal climbed to 47 even
 as major rivers continued to flow above the red mark and new areas were
 flooded. (The Hindu) (Video)
The floods have affected 29.6 lakh people in 15 districts covering 251 blocks
. Nine new areas have got inundated, a government release said. Over
 1,66,219 houses have been damaged in the rains and the consequent floods.
Bihar: the flood situation turned grim in several districts of Bihar with major
 rivers like Ganga, Kosi, Bagmati, Gandak, and Kamal Balan overflowing with
 rain water. (Video)
Uttar Pradesh & Uttarakhand: Twenty-seven people have died because of the floods in the last seven days and around 26 lakh people in 14 districts have been affected. Nature's fury killed 77 people in Uttar Pradesh, at least 38 were left dead in Uttarakhand. (NDTV) (Video)

Though rainfall activity remained low in UP, heavy rains in Uttarakhand and Nepalworsened the flood situation on Saturday, affecting hundreds of villages in 14 districts and over 1.5 lakh people in the state. Five more people died in rain-related incidents since Friday evening in the state, taking the death toll this monsoon to 87. Over 1000 villages in these five districts have been hit by floods. (Times of India)


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