India Disaster Relief

India has encountered many natural disasters in it’s history.  India has experienced droughts, flash floods (as well as widespread and destructive flooding from monsoonal rains), severe thunderstorms, and earthquakes.  NLEC India has provided consistent aid to the victims of these […]

India has encountered many natural disasters in it’s history.  India has experienced droughts, flash floods (as well as widespread and destructive flooding from monsoonal rains), severe thunderstorms, and earthquakes.  NLEC India has provided consistent aid to the victims of these natural disasters.

A major earthquake in 1993 and a major flood in 1996 in India were met with compassion as NLEC India funded a rescue and reconstruction operation.

After the tragic tsunami of December 26, 2005, NLEC India fed over 2,000 tsunami victims in South India, and gave shelter to 800 more.  While more highly publicized than other disasters, this relief continues a path already set by NLEC India’s consistent aid to the hardest-hit victims of floods, fires, earthquakes, and other natural disasters.

Deforestation, soil erosion, overgrazing, desertification, air pollution from industrial effluents and vehicle emissions, water pollution from raw sewage and runoff of agricultural pesticides (tap water is not potable throughout the country), and a huge and growing population is overstraining natural resources.

Find out more about NLEC International Disaster Relief.

Provide support for natural disaster clean-up.