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Image of Gaja Storm Track

Humanity Road activated its disaster desk on Thursday November 15, 2018 in advance of landfall of Cyclone Gaja in India. This situation report number 1 provides helpful links and situational information based on early indications in social media.

Cyclone Gaja, which made landfall near...

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image of map of Kerala and flag of India

Updated as of August 19, 2018 at 2:00am local time in Kerala.

Humanity Road activated its disaster desk on August 16 after severe flash flooding and landslides impacted the state of Kerala in India. This report number 2 provides early indications based on social media for August 17-18,...

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Citizens in India stand outside a bus on a bridge that crosses a body of water, the bridge has washed out stranding them.

Humanity Road activated its disaster desk on August 2, 2017 as a result of significant flooding in India. During the 2017 monsoon season in India, parts of the States of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Mizoram,...

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Map image indicating location of over 7000 roads that are flooded in Chennai India

Chennai, India has been experiencing record-breaking rains and flooding since early November. Beginning on 1 December, the rain intensified again creating more flooding and causing thousands of people to be stranded and trapped. An estimated 188 people have died, and over 200,000 have been...

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three photos of flooding in India, in one a mother dog is carrying one of her puppies or another dog across the flooded river

The disaster desk was activated on September 7, 2014 following heavy rains, unprecedented floods occurred in portions of Jammu and Kashmir region. The death toll to date is reported to be between 120 – 160. Five days of incessant rains in Indian-controlled Kashmir has caused the region’s worst...

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