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Flood Relief to Andhra Pradesh State, India.

A campaign by KISES

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    Potato for one person.

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    Livestock feeding for one week.

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    Rice for one person.

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About Kiranmayi Socio Educational Society (KISES):

KISES is an NGO registered under Societies act XXI of 1860 and Mrs. Rajani Suram is the Executive Director. KISES works to create an amicable and just society by the removal of barriers of social and economic discrimination, eradication of illiteracy and poverty, and helping the downtrodden attain self-reliance and self-respect.

The recent floods swept through the villages in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Men, women, children, and elderly need to be sorted out with minimum food facility at this hour.

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FLOODS SWEPT VILLAGES INTO DESPERATE CONDITIONS

Twenty four villages got inundated by the flood. Hundreds of acres of farm land remain under a sheet of water in Krishna district. The toll in the deluge climbed to two with the death of an 11 year old girl and a farmer in the Guntur district. 

The affected villages in Krishna district are namely Krishna Lanka-Vijayawada, K-Kothapalem, Bobbarlanka, Regulanka, Vasimeta, Yedalanka and Pallepalem. The mentioned coastal belt villages of Krishna River were completely drowned, previously there was less water in the river. The rising water opened Prakasam Barriage’s gates. Flooding villages that were mostly slums and dump areas where the poorest of the poor live. Most of the huts built by local families were dissolved by the water.

The families in took to the roads for shelter. The people and children are seeking to get the minimum needs to sustain them in the floods. This situation is considered an emergency to feed the affected families, and those who came on to roads for shelter. The children in these villages, find it difficult to attend their daily classes as the remaining water has not cleared the ways to reach schools.

The basic requirements are Rice, Vegetables, Safe-Drinking Water, Bed-sheets, Blankets, Mosquito Nets, Vessels and livestock. The essential commodities like Rice, Kerosene, Red Gram and Palm Oil need to be distributed in the affected areas. People are really facing a tough time, having no proper shelter, sleep, food and other livelihood material.

The lack of essentials makes the life even more badly, the relief centers are maintained by the government, but then, the families are not daring to leave their houses and go to the rescue shelters.    

NEED FOR THE HEALTH CAMPS 

On the flooded ground, there is a severe need for the health camps to be conducted especially to children and the elderly. Many have developed the allergies and defects illnesses due to the stagnated water on the roads. The government is trying to distribute food and water packets but by fact, it is no where sufficient to those who got affected.

Mobile medical teams have the need to visit people to attend the affected areas. Steps should be taken to avoid spread of communicable diseases.

The elders and children need the basic medication to keep them strong physically. Voluntary organizations like KISES are showing interest to provide them with the minimum requirements, the work is already in the progress, it is here we as an organization looking forward for anybody to come up with a good heart to help these affected villages. This contribution remains very relevant and saves many of the people at the coastal belt to have a peaceful and healthy environment, as some of them even had lost their property.     

HELP IN PARTICULAR: 

Below mentioned are some of the AREAS OF HELP that could be received from the good hearted.  

  • Safe drinking water to the affected villages.
  • Medical Requirements (Basic Medicine to children especially)
  • Rice and Vegetables for the sustaining in a large amount.
  • Bed-Sheets, Blankets and Mosquito Nets needs to be provided to avoid the frequent fevers.
  • Some Vessels for the domestic cooking would be of a great help to who lost most of their utensils.
  • Other food material like spices, Cooking Oil, Red Gram, Dhal etc.
  • Hygiene conditions by providing liquids of hand wash, Brushes and cleaning material.
  • Clothing, School Bags, and provision for the study note books to children.
  • Need for a Health Educator, to monitor the health of the people affected by floods taken care by KISES organization.  
  • To provide other essentials at the flooded villages.


Apart from all above, the financial assistance to those who had lost their properties in floods. A proper rehabilitation is very much expected from the people. And this would be an extreme help if we could provide them at this emergency situation.  

CONCLUSION:  

Thus, it is still in our hands to extend our helping nature towards the flood victims. The impact was very worse in the villages. These coastal villages cannot afford to have at least a decent living, and hence, it is our chance to prove our good heart by helping them with basic requirements.

The above mentioned are only the recommended necessities as discussed, but it would be great if any of the voluntary organization to come forward to extend its financial help to keep these men and women safe from these conditions.

KISES is exploring the possibilities for getting some help through various means to help the people in these villages. That was how, we as socially responsible and committed in improving the socio economic conditions of people seeking your kind support and cooperation to take up any action process for the common good of people around us, especially these weaker communities affected in the floods in Krishna.

Kindly come forward to EXTEND YOUR GREAT HEART by providing with financial assistance to meet all the above said requirements for the good of flood victims.

We further, assure that we will comply with the procedures and systems with regard to implementation, monitoring and substance of the help provided.

Rough Budget Required  For one person:

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Particulars

Quantity

Amount

US $

1
Rice
15 Kgs

1000

15

2
Potato
02 Kgs

70

1

3
Tamarind
Half Kg

50

1

4
Onions
01 Kg

50

1

5
Dhal
01 Kg

90

2

6
Cooking Oil
01 Kg

100

2

7
Chilli Powder
01 Packet

30

1

8
Drinking Water
20 Lts

30

1

9
Blankets
Each one

400

6

10
Bed-Sheets
Each one

200

3

11
Mosquito Nets
Each one

200

3

12
Cooking Vessels
One set

1000

15

13
Livestock Feeding
For one week

700

11

14
Health Camps
One camp



Total

3920

$62


The goal is to help 800 people. Number of beneficiaries is 800 X Rs.3920/- = Rs.31,36,000/- US $ 48246