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In natural calamities BAPS volunteers are among the first to arrive and the last to leave.

Famine Relief Work

 1987 Famine Relief Work(Feeding) by BAPS Sanstha
In 2000, BAPS provided hay and fodder for 19,000 cattle and over 245 tons of sukhdi (nutritious food) for 40,640 affected people in 209 villages. In 2001, 5 scientific cattle camps for 15,000 cattle were opened for 6 months.

Earthquake Relief Work

A village reconstructed by BAPS Sanstha after 1993 Maharashtra earthquake
After the 1993 Maharashtra earthquake, Samudraal village was reconstructed. There and in 6 other villages, 600 houses were built with streets and village facilities, such as, nurseries, schools, dispensaries, water tanks, public places, gardens and community centres. 160 tons of food, 26,000 clothes, 5,000 utensils were distributed and 2,150 jobs were provided to the local people.

Flood Relief Work

 Flood Relief Work
Following the floods in Surat in 1998, more than 30,000 food packets, 20,000 kg of flour and grains, 5,000 blankets, and 1,000 sets of household utensils were distributed. From the 100,000 families reached, the affected were treated at 102 medical camps manned by 20 BAPS volunteer doctors.

Cyclone Relief Work

 Cyclone Relief Work
Following the 1998 cyclone that devastated the west coast of Gujarat, BAPS served in 12 villages reaching out to 5,000 families with truckloads of food, grain and clothes. Medicines worth Rs 500,000 were distributed in Kachchh and 10 school buildings were rebuilt in 6 villages of the Jamnagar.
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