Asian Tsunami Help

The latest death toll from the Asian tsunami has risen dramatically to more than 56,000 [Update 29/12/04: Now it’s over 80,000] [Update 31/12/04: Now it’s over 120,000].

More countries are reporting casualties from the killer waves, spawned by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake that struck off the western-most portion of the northern Indonesian island of Sumatra early on Sunday.

The devastation stretches from Thailand to East Africa, where the United Nations reports that entire villages have been washed away.

Islamic Relief has launched an appeal to raise

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8 thoughts on “Asian Tsunami Help”

  1. http://www.nest-india.org/
    Love and greetings from Rev.S.Maria Victor, Founder and Managing Trustee of NEST (Navadeepam Educational Social Trust) registered under Government of India.

    The main thing I am writing this letter is about Tsunami that worst hit Tamil Nadu, mainly Nagapattnam, Velankanni, Cuddalore, Kaniyakumari and Madras. I hope by this time you must have got the news through Television. Here we all are experiencing the worst disaster that has ever affected humanity. Everywhere there is sadness all around. The most affected area is the place, which is religious shrine of Vellankani where thousands of pilgrims had made a visit. The death toll in whole of Tamil Nadu has risen to 15,000 in reality while the official figures are showing less in numbers.

    Nest being a social organization had immediately made a visit to one of the affected Nagapattnam (Vellankani) (80 kms from Trichy) areas with my co-coordinators. We have distributed 3000 bread packets and drinking water bottles, mates, cloths, Rise and vegetables and medicine. NEST being a small Organization we are finding it difficult to meet the huge requirements. The need of the hour is medicine for the people as there is a strong caution of outbreak of epidemics because of the decaying bodies and unhealthy environment.

    I don

  2. http://www.nest-india.org/
    Love and greetings from Rev.S.Maria Victor, Founder and Managing Trustee of NEST (Navadeepam Educational Social Trust) registered under Government of India.

    The main thing I am writing this letter is about Tsunami that worst hit Tamil Nadu, mainly Nagapattnam, Velankanni, Cuddalore, Kaniyakumari and Madras. I hope by this time you must have got the news through Television. Here we all are experiencing the worst disaster that has ever affected humanity. Everywhere there is sadness all around. The most affected area is the place, which is religious shrine of Vellankani where thousands of pilgrims had made a visit. The death toll in whole of Tamil Nadu has risen to 15,000 in reality while the official figures are showing less in numbers.

    Nest being a social organization had immediately made a visit to one of the affected Nagapattnam (Vellankani) (80 kms from Trichy) areas with my co-coordinators. We have distributed 3000 bread packets and drinking water bottles, mates, cloths, Rise and vegetables and medicine. NEST being a small Organization we are finding it difficult to meet the huge requirements. The need of the hour is medicine for the people as there is a strong caution of outbreak of epidemics because of the decaying bodies and unhealthy environment.

    I don

  3. http://www.nest-india.org/
    Love and greetings from Rev.S.Maria Victor, Founder and Managing Trustee of NEST (Navadeepam Educational Social Trust) registered under Government of India.

    The main thing I am writing this letter is about Tsunami that worst hit Tamil Nadu, mainly Nagapattnam, Velankanni, Cuddalore, Kaniyakumari and Madras. I hope by this time you must have got the news through Television. Here we all are experiencing the worst disaster that has ever affected humanity. Everywhere there is sadness all around. The most affected area is the place, which is religious shrine of Vellankani where thousands of pilgrims had made a visit. The death toll in whole of Tamil Nadu has risen to 15,000 in reality while the official figures are showing less in numbers.

    Nest being a social organization had immediately made a visit to one of the affected Nagapattnam (Vellankani) (80 kms from Trichy) areas with my co-coordinators. We have distributed 3000 bread packets and drinking water bottles, mates, cloths, Rise and vegetables and medicine. NEST being a small Organization we are finding it difficult to meet the huge requirements. The need of the hour is medicine for the people as there is a strong caution of outbreak of epidemics because of the decaying bodies and unhealthy environment.

    I don

  4. i am from Colombo Sri Lanka. I came to worship Wiellankanni Church in 2002. I wish to know wether tha Church and all priests and nuns and the villagers are safe?
    Yvonne Rodrigo
    422/A ‘Ajantha’
    Paranambalama
    Uswetekeyawa
    Sri Lanka
    00 94 11 5 347801

  5. my wife and i would only bwe to pleased to come and help and rebuilb peoples lives. Myself i am a bus driver and my wife a nurseing assistant.Hope to hear from you soon. Our hearts go out to you all.
    best wishes
    BRI & DEB XX

  6. my wife and i would only bwe to pleased to come and help and rebuilb peoples lives. Myself i am a bus driver and my wife a nurseing assistant.Hope to hear from you soon. Our hearts go out to you all.
    best wishes
    BRI & DEB XX

  7. Hello! My name is Nayana and my dream has always been to start an orphanage. I come from Pondicherry and i am a teacher in Coimbatore. A i was browsing through your letter I thought to write to you perhaps you could make my dream come true.

    Please respond.

    Regards,

    Nayana

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