Going by the model now, individuals and organisations will be able to adopt certain regions or villages for reconstruction.
Amid all the gloom perpetuated by crippling floods and nasty landslides, Wayanad is busy putting together its tourism pieces.
The sponsorships will be mainly for constructing houses, livelihood means and basic infrastructure.
On August 9, a split second was all it took for the entire area of Kurichiyarmala to be swept away by a landslide.
Panamaram is one of the worst-affected areas in Wayanad and the entire area was inundated when the Panamaram river overflowed.
In Chaliyar, the worst-hit panchayat in the district, 40 houses were wrecked in the deluge at Mathilumoola colony which was home to 54 families, including 21 tribal and 23 SC families.
The Kannappankundu river got split during the heavy rainfall, with one arm forcing down across the houses along its banks.
After the floods, the Forest Department worked over ten days to remove plastic waste and slush from the park.
If earlier ‘water frontage’ was an effective marketing hook to entice a prospective buyer, now real estate developers are pushing their properties with a ‘flood-resilient’ tagline.
KSEB officers say the Poringalkuthu reservoir - built across the Chalakudy river in 1957 and generating 52 MW hydel powder - can carry only 32 MCM of water.
A month after the floods, Kalady residents are also worried about the quality of soil in agricultural lands.
It is the loud noise and the huge volume of earth, rocks and trees that people remember.
A visit to the Chalakudy market reveals the fast pace at which business is returning to normal.
In the landslide which struck on August 16, Akhila lost six members of her family and a friend of her brother who was staying overnight at their house.
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In the devastating floods, 256 houses were completely damaged while 925 houses suffered partial damage.
Rajesh, an electrical equipment technician, has been working overnight for a month now in Alangad.
The 60 residents of the village are yet to recover from the impact of the deluge.
The owner of Amina Industries, a plywood manufacturing unit in Vallam, near Perumbavoor, Faisal has decided to restart his factory even though many of his machines are damaged.
However, the speed with which the rebuilding work is being carried out at Aluva Manappuram shows how resilient humans are.