50 homes from Rotary for homeless in Kodagu


Team Udayavani, Dec 6, 2018, 8:21 AM IST

Sullia: 50 houses will be built in Kodagu and given to those who had lost their homes in the Kodagu natural disaster, informed P Rohinath, district governor of Rotary.

He was speaking after visiting Sullia on Wednesday. Rotary is working on providing basic facilities to Aangawadis. In association with all the clubs in the district, Aanganwadis are being adopted and developed, he said.

Sullia Rotary president Dayanand Alva spoke and said that the Rs 5 lakh provided by donors has been handed over for the construction homes for the victims.

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