Kerala Needs Your Support

Kerala Needs Your Support

Our Response

Kerala has been devastated by the worst floods in 100 years. Plan India is working in Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Idukki and Thrissur, four of the worst affected districts and will aim to support 200,000 individuals, including 65,000 children and 30,000 aged persons through its disaster relief efforts.

Appeal For Support

Plan India along with its partners are supporting worst affected children and their families with:

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Child Friendly Spaces are also being established beside relief camps to ensure the safety and well-being of children. These safe spaces provide access to learning materials, psychological support and educational and recreational activities, helping children access their right to protection.

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Relief kits that were distributed to affected families

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Relief material being distributed in a camp in Pathanamthitta district

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Volunteers supporting the distribution efforts in a relief camp


“The landslides caused by the floods not only washed away our house but also the small piece of land that we used to cultivate pepper and tapioca on. We are left now with nothing but hope.”
- Jayan, Painau Village

“My family was lucky that the floods did not damage our small restaurant and house but not everyone else was. I wanted to stand by the affected people in this difficult time and therefore I decided to provide the affected families with free food at least till the time they received support from other avenues.”
- Raju, Nayarupara Post

“The relief camps have taken care of our basic needs of food and shelter. However, our main concern is that once the schools reopen, we will have nowhere to go. I hope that organisations coming forward to help us can find a solution to this.”
- Vishnu, Pallivasam Village