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ANAVI – KOCHI

Since the devastating effects of Kerala floods in Aug, 2018 left many houses and institutions in ruins, ANAVI through various contributions from Anglo-Eastern offices across India and other countries successfully volunteered in resurrecting the lives of flood affected victims in Kerala.

ANAVI has also undertaken the project of rebuilding an ANGANVADI (a Nursery school which provides mid-day school facilities for the kids along with lunch and clothes too) at Attappady tribal colony, in Kerala.

The ‘Bhoomi Pujan’ (Foundation stone laying ceremony) was performed on the site on 17th Jan 2019. Attapady is sort of heritage center which is a rare tribal area in Palghat district, Kerala. The area had attracted media attention on national & global level many times.

Unlike other places in Kerala, most of the population here get only primary education. ANAVI members have been following up with this project since Jan, 2019 and the Construction work is in good progress which is likely to be completed before Monsoon/ next academic year.

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