Piles of garbage have been swept up by the flood waters, sewage has entered the homes and where the flood waters have not yet receded, and there is an unbearable stench. As it is, families are trying to cope with the stress of displacement, and in some cases, with the injuries caused during the floods. A number of people suffered falls, bites, allergies, skin ailments, and electrocution. Poor hygiene and sanitation issues come as an extra challenge at this stage.
Shannon Keith, founder and CEO
The Sudara Freedom Fund is the non-profit division of the b-corporation, Sudara, Inc, which advocates on behalf of and empowers women who have escaped from, or at the highest risk of, human trafficking by providing dignified employment opportunities. The Sudara Freedom Fund builds upon these efforts by investing charitable dollars to enhance and grow the impact of NGOs in India, specifically those in support of organizations that are making a positive, sustainable impact in the lives of at-risk women and children.