World Humanitarian Day 2018: How people are helping Kerala people, in flood: Well, as you all may know that today the world is celebrating the “World Humanitarian Day 2018” which is another way to thank people who are serving the humanity. You all should know that every year on 19 August, World Humanitarian Day brings citizens of the world together to rally support for people living in crises and to pay tribute to the aid workers who help them. Now, when we talk about crises, Kerala flood is the first name come up in our mind, as an India.
World Humanitarian Day 2018
You all may know that the people in Kerala trying to survive in the very critical condition when nature is fighting against them. Also, the Emergencies cause immense suffering for millions of people – usually the world’s poorest, most marginalized and vulnerable individuals or someone who need help. We aren’t claiming that problem is only in Kerala and person who is helping there is only humanitarian. You all can be that person by serving the humanity in your manners, all you need to do is work for someone else rather than yourself.
You all should know that Humanitarian aid workers, including healthcare workers, strive to provide life-saving assistance and long-term rehabilitation to disaster-affected communities, regardless of where they are in the world and without discrimination based on nationality, social group, religion, sex, race or any other factor.
Join the #NotATarget movement and demand world leaders do everything in their power to protect all civilians and healthcare workers in conflict.”Health is a fundamental human right, and attacks on health care are a blatant violation of that right.” Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of WHO.
Kerala Flood Donation-
Well, if you are trying to make an impact then you all can start now. As you all may already aware that the people in Kerala are looking for our help and they really need our help. As you all may be heard that the heavy rain and heavy flood took over the various parts of the state and now the people are looking for the help. A thousand people need help and it is coming for them in various such as the donation. The unprecedented rains have brought the state to a standstill. Nearly 200 people have died since August 8.