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.
Hostel Construction for Tribal Students in Ambegaon Taluka
10,000 Tribal Students
September 2014, the Kashmir region suffered disastrous floods across many of its
districts caused by torrential rainfall. The Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, as well
as Azad Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan and Punjab were affected by these floods.
By 24 September 2014, nearly 277 people in India.
Provide 5 Ambulances for 108 health services in kashmir
40,000 Peoples Approximately
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. The
prime minister declared it a national calamity.
According to the World Health Organization, 3.3 million people in 1,850 villages were affected, with one million rendered homeless. Crops were devastated and there was no drinking water. In the worst-affected regions, only treetops were visible above the waterline.
Provide Medicines and medical equipment
25,00,000 Peoples Approximately
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. It occurred just one month after similar flooding in Gujarat.
The term 26 July, now is, in context always used for the day when the city of Mumbai came to a standstill. The floods were caused by the eighth heaviest ever recorded 24-hour rainfall figure of 994 mm.
Schools Constructions - No of Schools 4 ( Kolhapur , Konkan , Aurangabad , Pimpri -Chinchwad )
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.
Primary Health Center & Community Center Construction
Total Expenses : 75,00,000/-
Total Beneficiaries : 10,000 People Approximately
Three Schools Construction
Total Expenses : 2,75,00,000/-
Total Beneficiaries : 4,500 Students Approximately
Around 8.45 in the morning on India’s
52nd Republic Day — January 26, 2001,
a powerful earthquake measuring 7.7 on the Richter scale struck Gujarat.
The earthquake caused over 13,800 deaths and extensive damage to properties in the state.
Blood Collection Ambulance
Total Expenses : 12,00,000/- Approximately
1 hostel and 70 schools
Total Expenses : 3cr
85,000 students Approximately
The war took place between May and July of 1999 in Jammu and Kashmir's Kargil district.
The Army declared the mission successful on July 26, 1999; since then the day has been celebrated annually as Kargil Vijay Diwas.
The official death toll on the Indian side was 527, while that on the Pakistani side was between 357 and 453. and hundreds of soldiers were injured.
Equipment for handicapped soldiers
Total Expenses : 1,10,13,000/-
Total Beneficiaries : 5,000 Soldiers
Hostel construction for soldiers of daughters - Total hostels - 4 ( Kolhapur , Chiplun , Amravati and Pune )
Total Expenses : 2,60,00,000/- Approximately
Total Beneficiaries : 6,000 Girls Approximately
Latur earthquake was one of the deadliest earthquakes Maharashtra has seen till date. The earthquake struck at about 3.56 am on September 30, 1993. In the intraplate earthquake about 52 villages were destroyed, over 30,000 were injured and approximately 10,000 were killed.
The earthquake left a huge hollow at Killari, which was also the epicentre, remains in place till date.
Food & bread distribution center - 4 centers
Total Expenses : 1,00,000/-
Total Beneficiaries : 6,000 Peoples
Lamp distribution - total lamp - 1008
Total Expenses : 39,900/-
Total Beneficiaries : 1008 Peoples
Total Expenses : 5,000/-
Girls & Boys hostel construction - 1 hostel
Total Expenses :
Total Beneficiaries : 215 Students
7 Schools construction in 7 village
Total Expenses : 1,47,23,000/-
Total Beneficiaries : 5,500 Students
Severe cyclonic storm—the most devastating in the past 40 years. Eight coastal districts
affected. About 10,000 people killed.
About 250,000 cattle heads perished; 1 million houses damaged and crops on 1.35 million hectares were damaged.
On 12th July, 1961, Panshet dam in Pune collapsed , So there was a flood in Pune. About 1,000 people died in the floods. Hundreds of people were injured and became homeless.
The Sakal Relief Fund collected funds for the help of people who were residing in floodaffected areas, and immediately helped.