Torrential rains have caused massive destruction and severe distress in the state of Jammu and Kashmir with several fatalities and large numbers displaced. Several houses,especially in low lying areas, have been washed away or entirely damaged. More than 2500 major and minor roads have been damaged, numerous footbridges washed away and more than 100 motorable bridges damaged. There has been a major communication and power breakdown due to transformers and towers being damaged. An estimated 19,00,000 people in 2600 villages and towns, have been affected in the floods, and an estimated 543,000 displaced people, many of whom have returned to their homes, are still in extreme distress, particularly the children, women and aged
Access routes are gradually being restored and the rescue operations need to be followed up with immediate relief measures to prevent any further anguish for the victims.
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Pragya has been working to respond to the needs of the affected people in Jammu, Srinagar, Pulwama, Bandipore, Budgam, Kulgam, Anantnag and Baramulla districts.
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For information on our relief and rehabilitation efforts, please check the lnks below:
Distribution of food items with support from corporate partners
Distribution of warm clothing material and blankets before winters
Collaboration with armed forces for relief material distribution
Bedding and warm blankets for flood affected households
Providing baby food for children
Sleeping bags to keep people warm in winters
Activity kits for children in the districts
Health camps in remote flood affected villages
Hygiene kits for flood affected families
Pre-fabricated toilets for sanitation solutions in flood affected villages
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Pragya India is a registered charity with FCRA clearance.