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Flood Bihar



RED ALERT situation persist in the affected states as a further worsening of the situation is being expected in light of the incessant rains. The states stand in an urgent need of support from the entire nation to recover from the immense damages to life and property.

The states of Assam and Bihar are experiencing heavy torrential rainfall over the last few days. Over 60 lakh people have been affected due to floods. The State Disaster Management Authority is carrying out large scale rescue and evacuation operations. Amazon is committed to extending support to the relief efforts carried out by the benefactors on the ground to rehabilitate the affected. We need your support to mitigate the destruction of properties and livelihoods of individuals affected. Join us in providing relief to the disaster-hit families and help them restore their lives.

The Rapid Response team is working on the ground in the affected states for the ongoing relief and rescue operations. We are trying our best to supply all possible help to people, and we have found that the need for food, drinking water, and medical assistance is enormous. We, therefore, appeal to you to make a contribution towards the cause, so that we can reach out to more people in distress.

We are looking at large scale impact of our ongoing rescue, relief, and rehabilitation operations in the affected regions of Bihar and Assam. From providing immediate relief in the form of food, drinking water, and medical intervention, to trying to provide long-term help by enabling people with livelihood support and education kit for their children, we are trying our best to restore lives to the normal.

Disasters are the times of adversities which cannot be averted but can be tackled with some support. With your resolve to help out the affected, we can hope that the states will emerge out of the unfortunate circumstances soon enough.


When you Donate to Navyug Foundation

Rescue lives by donating towards any of the following categories in the mentioned remunerations:
      • Food Packets/Meals for 25 People @ Rs 1,000
      • Dry Ration for 5 Families @ Rs 5,000
      • Bedding Kit for 10 Families @ Rs 10,000
      • Shelter Kit for 1 Family @ Rs 15,000
      • Education Kit for 20 Children @ Rs 20,000
      • Free Medical Camp in 1 Village @ Rs 25,000
      • Livelihood Support for 5 Families @ Rs 50,000

Join us on a journey and see how your support transforms the lives of communities. You can donate either on a yearly basis or on a monthly basis.


Each year, more deaths occur due to flooding than any other hazard related to thunderstorms. The most common flood deaths occur when a vehicle is driven into hazardous floodwater. Fortunately, you can take steps to protect yourself, your family, and your home.

During a Flood Watch or Warning

  • Gather emergency supplies.
  • Listen to your local radio or television station for updates.
  • Have immunization records handy (or know the year of your last tetanus shot).
    • Store immunization records in a waterproof container.
  • Prepare an emergency food & water supply. Store at least 1 gallon of water per day for each person and each pet. Store at least a 3-day supply.
  • Bring in outdoor possessions (lawn furniture, grills, trash cans) or tie them down securely.
  • If evacuation appears necessary: turn off all utilities at the main power switch and close the main gas valve.
  • Leave areas subject to flooding: low spots, canyons, washes, etc. (Remember: avoid driving through flooded areas and standing water.)

After Flooding Occurs

  • Avoid driving through flooded areas and standing water. As little as six inches of water can cause you to lose control of your vehicle.
  • Do not drink flood water, or use it to wash dishes, brush teeth, or wash/prepare food. Drink clean, safe water.
  • If you evacuated: return to your home only after local authorities have said it is safe to do so.
  • Listen to water advisory from local authorities to find out if your water is safe for drinking and bathing.
    • During a water advisory, use only bottled, boiled, or treated water for drinking, cooking, etc.
  • When in doubt, throw it out! Throw away any food and bottled water that comes/may have come into contact with floodwater.
  • Prevent carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Use generators at least 20 feet from any doors, windows, or vents. If you use a pressure washer, be sure to keep the engine outdoors and 20 feet from windows, doors, or vents as well.