Appeal for Sri Lanka Flood relief by Sewa International

Heavy rains produced by the deadly cyclone in Sri Lanka, have so far displaced more than 3,50,000 people just in Colombo District and 5,75,000 all over Sri Lanka. This has resulted in massive landslide causing atleast 85 confirmed deaths and hundreds more feared buried.  The cyclone storm is expected to cause more harm and predicted to move along Eastern India coast towards Myanmaar.

Sewa International has engaged with its partner Seva International Foundation, Sri Lanka to provide immediate assistance to the affected people.  Following relief activities are being planned.

Sewa International, USA is releasing $10,000 for flood relief activities in Sri Lanka. Please see the appeal below and donate to Sewa International.
The central province in Sri Lanka, the upcountry state of Kegalle is worst hit due to continuous heavy rains. It is feared that more than 400 families are feared buried.
More than 350,000 people have been evacuated by the SL Army.

1. Distribute relief-kits composing of clothes, lantern, umbrella, blanket, mosquito repellant, sanitation kit etc.
2. Food supplies consisting of ready to eat packs, flour, drinking water, milk, pulses,etc.
3. Medical camps across country in the shelters for displaced people.
4. Free day long kitchens for the affected people.

Your support in this hour of need is highly appreciated:

For online donations 

From USA:

From UK

For Cheque:

Sewa International,49, Deendayal Upadhyaya Marg,
New Delhi 110 002, India
Tel: +91 11 4300 7650, 23517373

For Direct Bank Transfer Foreign/Local (NEFT/RTGS etc)

Account details:
For Foreign Donations-
Sewa International
Account No.- 10080533326
Jhandewala Extn Branch(Delhi)
State Bank of India
Branch Code- 9371
Swift Code- SBININBB550
IFS Code – SBIN0009371
Account details:
For Local Donations-
Sewa International
Account No.- 10080533304
Jhandewala Extn Branch(Delhi)
State Bank of India
Branch Code – 9371
Swift Code- SBININBB550
IFS Code – SBIN0009371


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