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Disaster Response & Relief

Medical teams, rescued, 15,73,64,000 worth medicines, other supplies

NTR Memorial Trust is committed to respond to all disasters wherein human lives and livelihoods have been imperiled. NTR Memorial Trust strives to assist speedily relief to the affected communities and leveraging its strengths by providing relief activities to revive their livelihoods and Health.


Medical Camps organized


Persons rescued

₹ 15,73,64,000

Medicines distributed

₹ 12,15,90,000

Worth other Supplies provided

Flood Relief activities - Kurnool & Mahabubnagar

The massive flood in the Krishna River wreaked havoc in Kurnool & Mahabubnagar Districts of united Andhra Pradesh. NTR Memorial Trust mobilized 54 Medical Camps in those Districts and distributed Rs. 15 Crores worth of Medicines, Provisions, Milk, Water, Books, School Bags, Clothes and bed sheets to the victims.

Relief Operation - Uttarakhand

One of India's biggest natural calamities struck Uttarakhand in June 2013, NTR Memorial Trust was one of the first organization to respond and initiate relief activities. Our team has rescued 510 Telugu people struck in Uttarakhand and brought to Hyderabad through a special flight. From the airport they were sent to their respective locations by arranging special vehicles.

Relief Operation - Phailin Cyclone

Incessant rain and flood had caused massive destruction and severe distress in various parts of Andhra Pradesh (Guntur, Prakasam & Krishna Districts) during 2013. The disaster resulted in loss of life and property, leaving thousands of people homeless. Our team initiated relief activities in some of the worst affected regions.

Medical care was provided through 25 medical camps, where more than 10,000 patients were provided consultation and Medicines distributed.

Essential supplies like safe drinking water, butter milk and food were provided to the victims.

Relief Operation - Hud Hud Cyclone

With heavy rains battered Visakhapatnam in the year 2014, floods have wreaked havoc in the Northern part of Andhra Pradesh, bringing lives and livelihoods to a standstill and causing widespread damage. NTR Memorial Trust has worked relentlessly to support afflicted communities. For immediate sustenance of flood victims, our team distributed water, buttermilk, lassi, milk and conducted 30 medical camps in which more than 45,000 people were benefited.

Relief Operation in Hyderabad

Deadly floods hit Hyderabad in the year 2016, NTR Memorial Trust has distributed food and safe drinking water to 5,000 people in 9 slums.

Relief Operation - Kerala Floods

NTR Memorial Trust supported the flood affected communities of Kerala when heavy rains battered the state in August 2018. NTR Memorial Trust reached out to Kerala Medical Services Corporation Limited of Government of Kerala to understand the unmet needs in the Health Area. Based on the interactions with KMSCL and as per the requirements shared by them, NTR Memorial Trust has mobilized 20 different types of Medicines worth 16 lakh Rupees with the support of NATCO & Srinivasa Pharma. NTR Memorial Trust has also mobilized funds by providing long note books to 10,000 kids. The transport vehicle containing Medicines and Note Books for Govt. schools worth of Rs.40 Lakhs was flagged off to Trivandrum.

COVID 19 Relief Activities in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana

NTR Memorial Trust, true to its objective and goals, rose up to the occasion to contribute its mite to mitigate the miseries of the poor and needy people heaped on them due to COVID-19 Pandemic.

The Trust has distributed more than 2,50,000 Face masks among the needy in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana by spending around a Crore of Rupees.

NTR Memorial Trust has provided Dry rations, Packed meals, Fruits, Vegetables and medicines to more than 20,000 families at various locations in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana. Around 3000 cooked food and Biscuit packets were distributed to the migrant laborers and daily wagers.

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