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Kerala flood: Salesians of Don Bosco Bangalore
By BIS Correspondent
Mumbai, Aug. 21. Bangalore - Don Bosco Vaduthala has opened relief camp at Don Bosco School and Youth Centre for the people affected by floods in Ernakulam, Kerala. There are 5970 people from 1419 families who have registered in this camp as of now. Don Bosco, along with the government, local people and NGOs collected water, food, clothes, medicines and emergency articles and distributed to the people. Medical checkups were organized to prevent epidemics and for emergency health needs of the affected people. Read full text

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THANNICKAL George India Bengaluru
says:
August 24, 2018

Congratulations to the Salesian communities of INK for generously reaching out to the needy.

 
THARAKAN John India Kakinada
says:
August 22, 2018

The situation in Kerala is very grim. Yet it is most encouraging to see the way every Salesian community has involved in providing succor to those in need. The plans ahead too are very edifying and inspiring. Our community at PARA, Ravulapalem, joined the Patrician Brothers and candidates in the campus to pray for the people affected. We are discussing among ourselves as to what way we can be of help. We are waiting for a lead. TD John

 

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