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Help Sri Adwayananda Public School Resume Functioning After Floods



Sri Adwayananda Public School (English-medium) is a not-for-profit, innovative school established by Alliance Educational Foundation located in a small village called Malakkara (Pathanamthitta District) in the southern state of Kerala.

The recent floods that hit the state have caused extensive damage to land and property and have displaced many from their homes in almost all the districts of Kerala. The location of the school is next to the the Pamba river and was one of the worst affected areas in the state.

We, a group of alumni, along with teachers, staff and well wishers of the school, have come together in support of restoring the school to a happy and safe environment to which the students can return.

The school has incurred great losses by way of buses, furniture, computers, books, stationery, toys, kitchen appliances and utensils which were irrecoverably damaged due to the inundation.

Our hope for this unique school is to see it restored to its normal functioning so that it can flourish again. Kindly accept this request and support us in our efforts.

For further information regarding the school kindly visit the website
https://alliance-edu-foundation.org/
Damages to the School
Damages to the School
Statement from the management
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23rd October 2018
Dear Supporters,

Efforts are going on with repainting and ordering supplies for the KG room, library that were devastated and other areas so this is very good timing for us to have flood funds to try to restore the school. You will already see some improvements like much needed sand to cover the mud but there are many other areas still to achieved.

Thank you!
Dear Supporters,

Efforts are going on with repainting and ordering supplies for the KG room, library that were devastated and other areas so this is very good timing for us to have flood funds to try to restore the school. You will already see some improvements like much needed sand to cover the mud but there are many other areas still to achieved.

Thank you!
3rd October 2018
Flood recovery is continuing at the school and with donations received we were able to remove mud and replace it with clean sand as well as undertake a huge cleaning and sanitizing of the Lower Primary campus before the children returned to school. Electricity has been restored and the wells cleaned on all three of our campuses to ensure clean drinking water for the children. Work remains to be done : continuing to replace the many library books and reference titles, the educational toys and aids and all the hardware lost during the flood as well as painting of flood impacted areas.
Flood recovery is continuing at the school and with donations received we were able to remove mud and replace it with clean sand as well as undertake a huge cleaning and sanitizing of the Lower Primary campus before the children returned to school. Electricity has been restored and the wells cleaned on all three of our campuses to ensure clean drinking water for the children. Work remains to be done : continuing to replace the many library books and reference titles, the educational toys and aids and all the hardware lost during the flood as well as painting of flood impacted areas.
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Rs.260,750 raised

Goal: Rs.800,000

Beneficiary: Rebecca Paulose info_outline

Supporters (29)

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Anonymous donated Rs.2,000
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Milaap Impact Partner donated Rs.5,280

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Naresh
Naresh donated $400

Would like to make my small contribution. I would really appreciate to be informed of the progress and its getting back to normal.

MI
Milaap Impact Partner donated Rs.200

Matching payment towards Anonymous’ contribution

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Anonymous donated Rs.1,000
MI
Milaap Impact Partner donated Rs.4,000

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