The torrential rains, overflowing rivers and a series of landslides have devastated the state of Kerala. 488 people have lost their lives and more than 54,00,000 individuals have been displaced. Nearly 11,000 houses have been washed away in the floods. Habitat for Humanity India is responding to the disaster to support the people of Kerala.

Your contribution to Habitat India will go a long way in helping the people of Kerala recover from this disaster.

Habitat for Humanity India’s Response to Kerala Floods

Phase 1: Humanitarian Aid Kits for 24,000 families
Phase 2: Emergency Shelter Kits for 5000 families
Phase 3: Home repairs and renovation for 2000 families

In phase 1, Habitat for Humanity India has served 93,889 families through the provision of our First Responders’ Kits, Humanitarian Aid Kits and bottled drinking water.

Locations: Alappuzha, Palakkad, Wayanad, Idduki, Thrissur, Ernakulum and Pathanamthitta districts.

Contents of Humanitarian Aid Kit

Tarpaulin Sheet x 1
Nylon Rope x 25 metres
Blankets x 3
Water Filter x 1 (6 litres of household filter)
Kitchen Set x 1 (5 plates, 5 bowls, 5 spoons, 2pc cooking pot, serving spoon, 5 glasses and 1 frying pan)
Plastic Mats x 3
Bucket x 1
Hygiene Kit x 1 (3 towels, 3 bathing Soaps, 3 washing Soaps, 5 Tooth Brushes, 2 toothpaste, 2 packets Sanitary napkins, 1 Hard Brush (for scrubbing clothes) and a 1 pick washing powder about 500 grams

The cost of each Humanitarian Aid Kit is INR 10,000.

For more details please contact:

Samuel Peter: | 75500 45227
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