A vigorous southwest monsoon left a trail
of destruction across India’s southern state
of Kerala, starting on 8 August, killing over
400 people and leaving over 220,000 people
Barnabas Fund / British Pakistani Christian Association
The floods were the worst in 100 years.
The high death toll is set to rise with reports
of dengue fever, influenza, amoebic dysentery, malaria and other waterborne infections
reaching unprecedented levels.
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