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Uttarakhand Flood Disaster An Urgent Appeal for Help!

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Heavy rains from 14 June caused rivers in Uttarkashi, Rudraprayag, Chamoli and Tehri districts in Uttarakhand state to overflow. This triggered flooding and landslides. More than 5000 people are predicted to have been killed and 75,000 people are stranded.


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    News about Uttarakhand victams

    City destroyed after devastating Uttarakhand Floods

    Heavy rains from 14 June caused rivers in Uttarkashi, Rudraprayag, Chamoli and Tehri districts in Uttarakhand state to overflow. This triggered flooding and landslides. More than 5000 people are predicted to have been killed and 75,000 people are stranded. As per the initial assessment, the immediate needs are: Drinking water, Food items, GI Sheets, plastic sheets, solar lights, restoration of road and communication links, warm clothing, Medicines, Sanitary kits and disposal of the dead (both human & animal).

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  • disasters

    News about Uttrakhand victams

    City destroyed after devastating Uttarakhand Floods

    Heavy rains from 14 June caused rivers in Uttarkashi, Rudraprayag, Chamoli and Tehri districts in Uttarakhand state to overflow. This triggered flooding and landslides. More than 5000 people are predicted to have been killed and 75,000 people are stranded. As per the initial assessment, the immediate needs are: Drinking water, Food items, GI Sheets, plastic sheets, solar lights, restoration of road and communication links, warm clothing, Medicines, Sanitary kits and disposal of the dead (both human & animal).

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  • Jun 10, 2010

    OWNER DRIVEN RECONSTRUCTION COLLABORATIVE

    The ODR Collaborative is a network of civil society organizations, government representatives, and international institutions with experience in post-disaster reconstruction. The group specializes in accessing the necessary support from across the country, based on the needs of the local context of the disaster-affected region. ODRC believes that effective long-term recovery after a disaster can accelerate empowerment, and achieve developmental goals by harnessing the latent talent and energy of affected communities. 

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