Sakal Relief Fund Emergency assistance for flood affected peoples in Kolhapur, Sangli, Ratnagiri and Raigad districts
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Glimpse of Cataclysmic Rain Washes Off
Kolhapur - Sangli
Glimpse of A massive landslide Malin Gaon
A massive landslide wiped out the village of Malin located at 110 km from Pune city, in
the Western Ghats on July 30. Mound of mud and debris that came down from a
nearby hillock, swallowed up almost the entire tribal village of around 50 families.
Due to the remoteness of the village, the tragedy came to light only when the driver of the
first state transport bus reached the village a little after 7.30 am to find it uprooted.
Final death toll was 153 when the rescue operation was stopped and around 100
people were missing.
What to do -
Hostel Construction for Tribal Students in Ambegaon Taluka - Total Expenses - 1,40,00,000/-.
Total Donation - 1,39,62,000/-
Total Beneficiaries - 10,000 Tribal Students
Glimpse of De-silting Activity
We have completed De- silting work in 588 villages from the year 2013, across
Maharashtra which has been helpful for the villages to have their own source of water.
For the same we have contributed an amount more than 11 Crores INR.
Glimpse of Bihar Flood
On August 18, 2008, the Kosi River broke through a man-made embankment in Nepal. The flooding was massive and engulfed half the neighbouring state of Bihar in India.
Glimpse of Earthquake 2006
Glimpse of Maharashtra Flood
The Maharashtra floods of 2005 refers to the flooding of many parts of the state, including large areas
of the metropolis Mumbai, in which at least 5,000 people died..
Glimpse of Andaman Tsunami 2004
According to official estimates in India, 10,136 people were killed and hundreds of thousands made homeless when a tsunami triggered by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake near the Indonesianisland of Sumatra struck the southern coast on 26 December 2004.