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World Vision India provides relief to 8000 affected families in Kerala in the flood hit districts of Mallapuram and Pallakad, allocates a fund of 28 Lakhs

Delhi, 16 August 2018: World Vision India, a child focused humanitarian organization with expertise in disaster management, has begun relief work in two severely flood affected districts of Palakkad and Malappuram. The two districts are home to small and marginalized farmers, daily wage workers and tribal families whose houses and land have been washed away.

Zulekha Hospital doctors remove 18cm gallbladder from patient with abdominal pain

SURGEONS BRING RELIEF TO MISDIAGNOSED, CHRONICALLY ILL PATIENT   Zulekha Hospital doctors remove 18cm gallbladder from patient with abdominal pain Dubai, UAE, 13December, 2016: A team of surgeons at Zulekha Hospital Sharjah successfully removed an enlarged 18cm gallbladder from the abdomen of a UAE resident, who had suffered from acute stomach pain for more than

India Floods – World Vision India hopes to reach out to 1,00,000 people with immediate relief, livelihood and shelter assistance​

New Delhi, 06th August, 2015: World Vision India declared a category III, national office response today to assist 100,000 people in India deeply affected by the floods.  World Vision India’s National Disaster Management Teams (NDMTs) will provide immediate relief, livelihood and shelter assistance to the flood-hit communities across the country. The death toll due to heavy


Outokumpu is subject to the renewable energy charge applied to all companies operating in Germany. As an energy intensive company facing global competition, Outokumpu is entitled to a reduction of these charges. For the year 2013 this reduction was initially denied by the German authorities. After a constructive dialogue and a clarification of Outokumpu’s application