A British Red Cross appeal that raised £244,000 for people affected by a catastrophic cyclone in north east India closed today.
Cyclone Phailin struck on 12 October 2013. It affected about 13 million people, ruined livelihoods and destroyed or damaged about 950,000 homes.
The cyclone also killed 47 people. A network of Red Cross-built cyclone shelters helped to prevent further deaths.
The Indian Red Cross Society brought vital relief to those affected, work that was partly funded by the British Red Cross India Cyclone Appeal.