THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSLIMS OF INDIAN ORIGIN (AFMI)
AFMI Medical Camp in Flood Affected Area of Gujarat
VADODARA, GUJARAT, July 5, 2005: he American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin (AFMI) has set up a medical camp in the flood affected Vadodara region of Gujarat.
(Picture of the camp below). The devastating floods, which have killed more than 150 and rendered thousands of people
homeless, have also increased the risk of an impending cholera epidemic. As of today AFMI's medical camp has treated more than 300 people.
AFMI is one of the first North American based organization to respond to this tragedy. It is providing food and shelter to 1000 families each day since the tragedy struck.
Immediate relief is required in the worst hit areas of Kheda, Anand, Nadiad and pockets of Ahmedabad rural and Vadodara districts. In order to expand our relief effort to other devastated areas, AFMI is in urgent need of your generous donations. Please contribute generously. All your donations are
tax-deductible (US Citizens only).
Checks (Please Mention "Guj. Flood Relief" in memo) can be mailed to:
29008 W. Eight Mile Rd,
Farmington, MI 48336
Below: Scene from the AFMI Relief Camp in Vadodara
THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSLIMS OF INDIAN ORIGIN
Contact: AFMI, 29008, West Eight Mile Road, Farmington MI 48336, USA
Tel: 248-442-2364; Fax: 248-476-8926 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; / www.afmi.org