Opulent Philanthropy Inc. /disaster relief

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Areas of India, Nepal and Bangladesh submerged by monsoon

At Least 50 People Dead

We are providing food, water and shelter to help those in need. Opulent Philanthropy Inc. Is Asking Your Kind Heart to Lend Some Help.

Dozens of people have died in Nepal and a million have been affected in north-east India following heavy rains that triggered landslides and flooding across parts of south Asia.

More than 50 people have been confirmed dead and 30 more remain missing in Nepal, where rescue efforts have been hampered by continued bad weather, which has blocked key highways and destroyed phone lines.

Heavy monsoon rains also caused devastation in north-east India. In Assam state, officials said at least 14 people were killed and more than a million people had been affected by rising flood waters.

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MUMBIA INDIA Flood

Mumbai

  • Support disaster relief in India, we will provide food, water, medicine and shelter to victims of the floods.
  • Heavy rain has left at least 32 people dead in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, home to the country's largest city, Mumbai.
  • More than a thousand residents have been forced to evacuate and some public services have been suspended in Mumbai, India's financial capital, which is experiencing the worst monsoon season it has seen in over a decade.
  • Twenty people were killed Tuesday when a retaining wall collapsed onto huts in a settlement in the north Mumbai suburb of Malad, Mumbai's civic authority said. Three others drowned along flooded roads in the Malad area.
  • Six construction workers died in the Pune district early Tuesday when the wall of a college fell on adjoining structures where the laborers were sleeping, a senior local official said.
  • In Thane district, just outside Mumbai, the wall of a school collapsed on temporary houses killing three people, Prasad Thakur, a spokesperson for the local municipality body said. 

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India Disaster Relief

India's Water Crisis

  • We need your help to provide water to Chennai, India's sixth largest city, millions of people are running out of water. Only a fourth of Indian households have drinking water at home, and about 200,000 people die each year due to inadequate supply or water contamination.
  • The floor of the Chembarambakkam reservoir is cracked open, dry and sunbaked. About 25 kilometers (15.5 miles) away, in Chennai, India's sixth largest city, millions of people are running out of water. Disaster Relief Charity
  • Chembarambakkam and the three other reservoirs that have traditionally supplied Chennai are nearly all dry, leaving the city suffering from an acute water shortage, said Jayaram Venkatesan, an activist in the city. Due to an inability to collect sufficient rain water combined with low groundwater levels, the Tamil Nadu state government has been struggling to provide water to residents. With the reservoirs dry, water is being brought directly into Chennai neighborhoods in trucks. Every day, hundreds of thousands of residents have no choice but to stand in line for hours in soaring summer temperatures, filling dozens of cans and plastic containers. Donate Disaster Relief!

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