Tsunami Relief Project December 2004

Contribute to Relief Fund
Andhra Pradesh – Rs.32.5 Crores Loss and 104 Deaths in 3 districts – Krishna, Guntur and Nellore

Tamil Nadu – 6200 dead in Coastal Areas and Crores of damage

Every dollar contributed or matched by your company will be used to help Tsunami Victims in India. India Network Foundation prides itself in providing direct help to victims and affected areas. Our focus for Tsunami is to provide assistance with education of children, help adoption agencies to find homes for orphaned children, and help fishermen and women with nets and other necessary equipment for their livelihood.

Help India Network Foundation obtain Matching Grants from Your Employer. Please obtain the Matching Gift Forms found generally with Human Resource Department, complete the Employee portion, and fax the form to 1-800-490-9678. Matching Grant funds when received also will be used for the same project.

Check Contributions – Please make your checks payable to ‘India Network Foundation’ and mail them to the address on the top of this page.

Tsunami is only heard before but South Asian nations experienced this dreadful phenomena on December 26, 2004. It is a remarkable day that killed more than 100,000 people in many nations around the Indian Ocean. The Andaman Islands (India) took heavy toll as well as coastal areas of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. NAGAPATTINAM (Worst Hit Area)

With the recovery of nearly a 100 highly decomposed bodies on Jan 2 from the debris in the last 24 hours, the death toll in the tsunami tragedy in Nagapattinam coastal areas has crossed 6,200.

M. Veera Shanmugha Moni, Collector, said 5,905 bodies (1,835 men, 2,360 women, 860 male children and 850 female children) had so far been recovered in coastal areas.

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