Appeal for helping Flood Affected people in #AssamFloods

Assam Flood Relief 2016:

This year's floods in Assam have been the worst since 2004 with the Brahmaputra and its tributaries raging across Assam. "What makes the floods different this time is its sweep across the state. Normally the Upper Assam districts are more affected. It is the worst flood since 2004," the chief executive officer of Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), Dipak Kumar Sarma, 
"The number of deaths have been comparatively less this year because we can now sound an alert at the circle level 24 hours before flood strikes and can do so with 70 per cent accuracy. However, the destruction of homes and crops can't be prevented," he said (Source:

More than 36 lakh people affected by floods in Assam, where 26 person has died; 238 villages in 6 districts have submerged in the deluge. Focus now on rehabilitation following improvement in situation.

Not just humans; 207 animals, including 20 rhinos, dead in Kaziranga National Park; 109 animals rescued by forest guards: ANI  The Flood fury in Assam is now taking a toll on one of the World's most protected Heritage Sites - The Kaziranga National Park.  Spread across 430square kilometres area the Kaziranga is almost 80% submerged in water

Sevabharathi Purbanchal volunteers helping Flood Affected people of Golaghat District & other regions in Assam.

Rice, Vegetables, Drinking water other food material were distributed by volunteers in flood affected Assam.

Seva Bharati , Purbanchal, 
Madhav Smrithi Bhawan , 
No. 9 , South Bye Lane No.1 , 
Lachit Nagar , Guwahati-781007 , Assam. 
Email – sb.guwahati@yahoo.comPh: 0361-2526160 , 2731668 , 9401383770

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