How A United Kerala Overcame The Worst Flood In A Century And What We Can Learn From It

It was the worst natural calamity the state has experienced in the living memory. More than 300 people are feared dead and lakhs of others have been displaced, living in relief camps, not know how and when they will return to their houses to lead a ‘normal life’. The losses suffered by the state in terms of agriculture produce, infrastructure, tourism and others will run into billions and will take the state at least a good few years to recover.


But, amid all these, there is a silver lining – as crazy as it might sound to an outsider, the quick thinking and collective efforts have ensured minimal damage even during the worst natural calamity. Yes, you read it correct, if it wasn’t for coordinated timely ground level actions the disaster would have been manifold higher.Click Here: Aston Villa Shop