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Assam Flood Relief Fund-Let’s Rebuild Assam

(Join us to support Assam flood victims)

We're looking for Volunteers at  Assam Flood Relief Fund

People in Assam are facing unimaginable difficulties because of the floods that have come at a time of the coronavirus crisis, otherwise, floods are nothing new for Assam state. This year, however, compounded by the coronavirus crisis.

 

Highlights:

  • Over 50 lakh, people in Assam have been affected by the second wave of floods.

  • Over 28 districts have been affected in the state.

  • The death toll due to the floods has gone up to 150+.

  • The floodwaters have submerged 212K hectares of croplands and affected 4,053 villages under 60 revenue circles in the flood-hit districts.

  • A total of 30K people have taken shelter at 300+ relief camps and many others still taking shelter on roads, embankments, and other safer places.

  • The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has added to the challenge, particularly in the flood relief camps.

 

About Assam Flood Relief Fund: 

Assam Flood Relief Fund is an initiative by SAFL India Foundation. We are supporting flood-affected people in Assam. We are inviting young minds to support our initiative towards social change.

 

Join us to support Assam flood victims.

Note: All participants will get an appreciation certificate.

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