This International Humanitarian Day take a look back to all disasters Oxfam India has responded to.

This International Humanitarian Day take a look back to all disasters Oxfam India has responded to.

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A quick recap of all the disasters @OxfamIndia has responded to. See here. http://bit.ly/1foZ1ou #WHD2015

@OxfamIndia has responded to 17 disasters since 2008. See the quick recap here. http://bit.ly/1foZ1ou

In the last seven years, Oxfam India has provided humanitarian relief during 17 natural disasters and conflict situations. 

Reaching out to more than 1.3 million people we have provided not just clean drinking water, sanitation and shelter, but also resilience to face the next disaster by on-going disaster risk reduction programmes.

This International Humanitarian Day we give a quick recap to all the disasters that the humanitarian team of Oxfam in India has responded to since 2008.

 

 

Written by: Oxfam India staff

Infographic credit: Raj Jain/Oxfam India

Photo credit: Aubrey Wade/Oxfam

 


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