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Jammu & Kashmir Flood Relief - 2014

Getting medical camps on the ground

During the last stage of monsoon, massive floods swept through Jammu & Kashmir. Nearly 300 people were killed on the India side of the border with another 300 people in Pakistan. Much of the city of Srinagar was completely under water. About 2,600 villages were flooded with 390 of those completely submerged.

Embracing the World sent two Mobile Telemedicine Units to the disaster zone, and a team of 15 medical specialists and paramedics provided critical care. On the first day, more than 2,300 people were examined in less than seven hours. We also pledged a $4 million relief package that included medical care, essential supplies, construction of houses for the displaced, and monetary aid for widows.

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