Revive Kerala

ULCCS Ltd., to lend helping hands to the state – 20 teams to Chalakudi

Torrential downpour had hit Kerala on August 10, 2018 which caused a disastrous flood, taking lives of over 190 people. Twelve of the fourteen districts of Kerala were put on red alert causing more than 7 lakh people to move into 5,645 relief camps across the state.
While every state and centre run organizations exert themselves in the relief operations across Kerala, the state’s biggest labour contract cooperative society, ULCCS Ltd., is deploying its rehabilitation teams to restore situations in Meloor grama panchayat at Chalakudy which is one of the worst hit places by floods occurred in Kerala from 21st to 27th, August 2018. The team is fully equipped to support all sorts of restoration needs at any household and to take care of sanitation, housekeeping, electrical, plumbing, masonry, carpentry and medical needs. A total of 200 volunteers will be deployed as 20 teams of 10 members each. Restoration activities will quicken the rate of reinstatement and will play a significant role in helping the families staying at the relief camps.