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AID supports Relief & Rehab after Nepal Earthquake

 Rebuilding Nepal The earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25th has left behind a trail of wide spread damages having killed more than 8,000 people and lakhs of survivors who lost their homes and livelihoods. Another massive earthquake hit Nepal on May 12th leaving dozens dead, thousands injured and more cities and villages destroyed.

Association for India's Development (AID) plans to support grassroots partners, Ganga Ghar , Nepalese Children Education Foundation and America Nepal Medical Foundation , that are working on ground in Nepal. On their request, AID has arranged to raise funds that will be directed towards the immediate relief and long-term rehabilitation work. Some of these groups are working in rural areas where limited help has reached.

Donate Now to the Nepal Relief & Rehabilitation Fund

 

 

 
HESCO's Update on Fruit Processing Plant, Jan 2015

Fruits are procured from local farmers onlyInside the Fruit Processing Unit

 The two fruit processing units established by HESCO in village Budna in Rudraprayag district and Kulsari in Chamoli district have become functional where women are working to produce jam, pickles and juices from locally grown fruits.

Read the full report here>>> 

 
AID Volunteers Provide Relief & Survey Hudhud Affected Areas

hudhud15.jpg Cyclone Hudhud has caused extensive destruction to homes, ecology and agriculture in the districts of Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram and Srikakulum in Andhra Pradesh. Immediately after the cyclone receded, 4 volunteers from AID, the Center for Sustainable Agriculture (CSA) and Rythu Swarajya Vedika (RSV) embarked on a 5 day trip in the cyclone-affected areas to distribute emergency relief materials, assess the physical damage to farmers and their crops, and to plan for future relief & rehabilitation efforts. The volunteers reported massive damage to coconut, mango, sugarcane and cashew plantations as well as paddy crop. Read the full report here

Donate to AID's Hudhud Relief & Rehabilitation Fund

Relief Work in Ankapalle: AID has already sent $5000 to our partner, Rural Development Service Society (RDSS). RDSS volunteers have provided emergency rations (5kg rice, 1kg toor dal, 100gm tamarind, 1 liter oil and 1/2kg salt) to 550 families and are now reaching out to 1200 more families placing special emphasis on those who've been the hardest hit.

 Regular updates from the ground will be posted here .

 
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