Joyichan’s sown fields are completely flooded and he was forced to leave his half-built house. Its not just the words of Joyichan.
The beautiful land of kerala has never witnessed a calamity as disastrous as the flood it is experiencing today. 320+ people are reported dead as of now (August 17) . Lakhs are forced to leave behind their ‘allabouts’and flee to the Refugee Camps.
Thousands of people, including newborns, women and sick elderly are still stranded, waiting for the rescue team to reach them. This crisis is unparalleled in the history of Kerala.
Thousands of refugee camps are opened in various regions and people in hundreds are already present in most of them. Food, dress, medicines and other important items are in shortage.
In these desperate times, we at Sargakshethra believe that it is our duty as humans to look after each other. What does it mean to be human if not to care for each other. This is our humble attempt to do what our instincts tell us to do as humans; Care, Share and Initiate. Now is the time to act.
Now is the time to propel our love towards this beautiful geography and it's people. Here is a people in need and your time to show you care.
Let's pronounce #weCare.
Lets witness Kerala survive these hard times.
Be a small reason behind it.