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Wednesday 29 December 2004

Tsunami Relief Update - Suyam

Action Update - Tsunami relief volunteers

1) NGO Identified to work with, Tax exemption certificate

2) Volunteers are coming in from all over the world.

3) Clothes are pouring in.

4) First group of volunteers is leaving tomorrow.

5) Subsequent Groups to follow.

6) Money is trickling in

7) Lots n lots more needs to be done.

Volunteer Co-coordinator Contact Details

The following are the contact numbers:

Mr. Apurva Chamaria : Mobile : +91 9811 33 2259

Ms. Meenakshee : Mobile : +91 98 180 00409

Mr. Vivek A. Das : Mobile : +91 98105 02319

Mr. Raj Kumar : +91 11 26222783; Extn. 2619

Mr. Puneet : + 91 9810077591
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Anonymous Anonymous said :

My suggestion especially in India is that government should use retail merchant network of FPO (govt. food shops), FCMG ( HLL, Coke, Pepsi) companies to reach the relief material to remote locations in tamil nadu, pondicherry etc. I guess now the most difficult task is of making sure that relief material which is pouring in in tons to reach needy hands. The biggest problem I guess is reaching Andaman nicobar islands.... I salute the daring pilots who are landing and taking off from runway reduced to 5000 ft!!

Wed Dec 29, 04:02:00 PM IST  
Blogger Sukumar said :

Jaycees of Mayiladuthurai (Mayavaram) in Tanjore Dt is involved in Tsunami Relief Work at Poompuhar, Chidambaram and other nearby coastal areas. Refugee Camps are being run in Mayiladuthurai for the displaced victims. There is an urgent need to provide medicines at various camps. Jaycees volunteers will assist in distribution. We welcome assistance from NGOs and Pharama companies. Contact : Mr A S Ravindiran (Mob : 09345061022) or Mr V Raman (Mob : 09443134855). Jaycees can also assist corporates and NGOs to carry out Relief Work in the nearby areas to ensure benefits reach the victims.

Fri Dec 31, 12:12:00 PM IST