Assam is calling for your help!
55 lakh people of Assam are suffering, having lost their money, homes, security and loved ones in floods and landslides. Over 2 lakh people are struggling in relief camps and the numbers are increasing every 12 hours.
Northeast gets flooded every year. Yet people are considering the floods in Assam this time as “the worst flood in decades” that has hit 28 districts in total. (Source: Quint)
Shops have drowned, schools have been destroyed, and people are coming face-to-face with crocodiles. Main roads have turned into rivers, and children are getting washed away only to be found dead hours later.
The situation is grim and more people are dying each day. The overflowing rivers are killing hundreds and the Central Water Commission has declared the flood status as “severe”.
With all the loss, your donation to NGOs in India and for Akshaya Patra food relief works can help many flood victims survive the catastrophe and the resulting water-borne diseases.
We need your support AGAIN!
Support Akshaya Patra’s Assam Food Relief Programme
We, at Akshaya Patra — an NGO in India, are providing food to flood-affected people in Assam from our kitchen in Guwahati. The cooked meals could be any one of the options below (depending on the availability of raw materials):
• rice, dal and sabzi
• vegetable pulao and sabzi
• plain or vegetable khichdi
We will continue the Akshaya Patra flood relief works until the situation improves. Your kindness until now helped us feed underprivileged school children, pregnant women and nursing mothers for over two decades. And donations from generous people like you repeatedly enabled us to provide disaster relief during floods in Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Chennai, Kerala and Uttarakhand.
Support us while we ensure families in Assam don’t worry about food.
We have served 85,000 meals till now. We need your contribution to reach several lakhs of additional children and their flood-hit families.
Let’s come together to help our friends from Northeast India while nature regains her balance. Donate online to feed the needy residents of Assam.