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Amritanandamayi Math launches Amrita Helpline & Amrita Kripa App, to help flood-affected in Kerala

Hyderabad, Aug 13 (UNI) Mata Amritanandamayi Math has launched round-the-clock Amrita Helpline and Amrita Kripa App, to rush immediate help and bring the much needed relief to the flood affected people of Kerala.
This Helpline number - 0476 280 5050 and App will consolidate the efforts to aid those in dire straits and streamline the relief initiative, a statement here said on Tuesday.
The Amrita Helpline has been set up at Amritapuri Campus by AYUDH (Amma's Youth Wing) volunteers and Amrita TV for helping people stranded in the floods. The helpline acts in tandem with Amrita Kripa App, an android App that is free to download from Google Play.
The App can be used, by disaster victims and relief providers, to locate, rescue and provide medical help and supplies such as clothing, medicines and restore services such as water, electricity supply, telephone services and so on.
The app also has a feature to report people found missing and found orphaned either in conscious or unconscious state.
In addition, the ashram, which had helped more than 12,000 people reach to safety in last year, is opening up relief camps at various centres across the state and relief mission is underway at Wayanad, Idukki and other districts. The App also has information on the relief camps run currently, the statement added.
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