The state of affairs is melancholic and the scale of the tragedy will be clear only after the affected areas become more accessible. Save the Children was one of the first few NGOs to respond to the flood crisis in Kerala. It’s short-term goal in this hour of the need was to rescue and provide relief to the victims of the unprecedented catastrophe. We will provide on-going support for recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction in the most affected areas in the region for the next 12 months.

Here are links to the online coverage of Save the Children’s work on prominent platforms:

businesswire.com

businesswire.com

thequint.com

prokerala.com

m.dailyhunt.in

m.dailyhunt.in

News.sky.com

Nagaland Post

Kaleej Times

Kaleej Times

The Quint

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