Heavy Rains and Floods in Mahim
It’s the monsoon season here in India which means a LOT of rain which, in turns, leads to flooding. Mahim mostly comprises of farms and the villagers living here depend on those farms for their livelihood. The floods have led to ruined crops and there isn’t enough to eat. To address this, Poonam Churi—a teacher a Temki Paada—told us that the Indian government has implored teachers of ZP schools to give fruits and eggs to the students. The teachers have been told that they will be reimbursed at a later time.
A potential idea that we had was to supply fruits to the ZP schools in Mahim until the monsoon season ends.