KERALA FLOODS APPEAL | Khalsa Aid | More Than 150,000 People Have Been Left Homeless After Unusually

Kerala Floods Appeal | Khalsa Aid | More Than 150,000 People Have Been Left Homeless

Kerala (India) has been left devastated by the recent floods, over 150,000 people have been directly effected and are in need of emergency aid. Khalsa Aid (India team) has been responding to the disaster and thank you for your continued support.

The death toll from floods in the southern Indian state of Kerala has jumped to 164 and could grow further, with more rain predicted and thousands of people still awaiting rescue.

Roads are damaged, mobile phone networks are down, an international airport has been closed and more than 150,000 people have been left homeless after unusually heavy rain this month caused the most damaging floods in Kerala in a century.

Khalsa Aid International is establishing a team in the region to provide emergency aid and assistance to those affected by the disaster.

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NEW DELHI: As Kerala battles its worst flood in nearly a century, Khalsa Aid International have come together to the rescue of flood-hit victims.

The UK-based non-profit aid and relief organization have set up a community kitchen in Kochi and are cooking meals to feed food to over 3,000 people. Amarpreet Singh, Asia Pacific managing director of Khalsa Aid told Indian Express:

Our team is currently at Assisi Vidyaniketan Public School, Perumpilly in Kochi and serving langar to 3,000 people. We have adopted this camp. More volunteers will reach there soon.

Photos shared on social media platform went viral online garnering heaps of praise for their efforts.

Known for its philanthropic work at ground-zero, Khalsa Aid not only helping the victims in Kerala but also carried out a dedicated rescue operation in Syria or helped the refugees fleeing Myanmar or orphans in Haiti.

 

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