The Eastern Indian state of Manipur was hit by an earthquake that measured 6.8 on the Richter scale at 4:35 am local time on January 4, Oxfam distributed Shelter kits and community water filters in Manipur.
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Oxfam has distributed shelter kits to 300 households in #ManipurEarthquake area. Read more http://bit.ly/1KDgvgg
Oxfam is on ground in #ManipurEarthquake zone providing aid to those affected. Read http://bit.ly/1KDgvgg
The Eastern Indian state of Manipur was hit by an earthquake that measured 6.7 on the Richter scale at 4:35 am local time on January 4. The epicentre was in Tamenglong district. Ten people reportedly died, and as many as 300 were critically injured. 2500 houses, many buildings and a bridge was damaged due to the disaster. One of the worst affected district was Tamenglong
OXFAM India, along with the ongoing European Commission Humanitarian Aid & Civil Protection (ECHO) project consortia partner ADRA India, undertook Rapid Needs Assessment on 5th – 6th January, 2016, a day after the earthquake hit Manipur. OXFAM India and ADRA India team jointly assessed the situation in Imphal (East & West), Tamenglong and Senapati districts and identified as the worst affected.
Oxfam started its earthquake response in Manipur on 30th January, 2016. In partnership with Integrated Rural Management Association (IRMA), Oxfam identified 300 earthquake affected households from 19 villages in Tamenglong, Senapati and Imphal (West) districts. Shelter kits and community water filters have been provided to the affected who did not have access to safe drinking water.