It left devastating effects and probably it will have lasing effects for generations.
The wind effect was so strong that barring few RCC constructed houses, roofs flew away for all, many houses were left with the walls damaged and a few don't exist anymore.
Mangoes are the primary source of income. Majority of these mango trees have been uprooted and the ones that are left are severely damaged leaving many stress out and wondering if the restoration would take decades to witness normalcy.
Mountains are completely shaved off the trees whether Mango, Cashew or a part of forest that maintained the pleasant weather.
Power failure, humidity, water shortage and no supply and probably never witnessing the natural balance.
More than 95% of houses got damaged. By the grace of god there is no death reported in the district. However it has brought unexpected sufferings to our society. Situation is heart wrenching.
I humbly ask your support to provide some sort of relief to families who have lost their source of primary income. With your help we can save some families from this vulnerable situation.
Who are we?
I, Asma Dhanshe daughter of Sirajuddin Dhanshe and Zarina Dhanshe from Bankot, have taken this initiative to raise funds through social platform. Encouragement for this social work comes from many other volunteers, family and friends. To name a few Mazhar Dhanshe, Abdul Qaiyoom Dhanshe, Kalimullah Undre and Rafique Hajwane.
Who are the affected people?
- Daily wages earners
- Street side vendors
- Construction workers
- And many who are in need of support
"GIVING IS NOT JUST ABOUT MAKING A DONATION, ITS ABOUT MAKING A DIFFERENCE"
Make lots of duas for the people of Konkan.
May Allah Bless You All.