Provide urgent relief to people in Assam. Donate now to help families recover from floods.

Oxfam is responding in flood-hit districts of Assam.

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Floods devastate lives. Over 20 lakh people have been affected in Assam so far*.

People have lost their homes, as well as their agricultural produce, personal valuables and livestock, all of which they depended on for their livelihood. The aftermath of deluge brings the threat of malnutrition, diarrhoea, water-borne diseases like cholera and dysentery and psychological stress. Drinking water and sanitation remain a challenge even if one is living in a relief camp.

Oxfam India is on the ground providing critical relief and WE NEED YOUR HELP!

We are active in the worst affected districts in Assam and are working on- 

  1. Providing hygiene kits, shelter kits, food materials and non-food material for daily survival needs
  2. Installing elevated handpumps to supply clean drinking water even in high water levels
  3. Building Toilets
  4. Providing counselling and phycological support to children and women
  5. Identifying and training people for new livelihood opportunities and skills. 
    For this, we need your help. Your donation can help support flood affected families get urgent relief. Such small efforts help a lot! SUPPORT NOW

Without access to clean water, food and shelter, flood survivors are particularly vulnerable at this time. Hand pumps are contaminated with flood water; open defecation and debris have become matters of concern. Karimganj and Lakhimpur are the worst affected districts. 

The current situation in Assam is critical as people are struggling to survive and we need your help. Donate now to save lives.

Oxfam India has distributed food items in Assam to 250 Households and Hygiene and Shelter Kits to over 3500 households in the worst affected district of Assam.

Our team is tirelessly working to provide urgent assistance for flood survivors to cope. The pressing need at this moment is to provide Food, Clean drinking water, Hygiene kits, Shelter to protect people from extreme weather and other Non-Food items like tarpaulins, blankets, ground sheets, and a specially designed Oxfam bucket that prevents contamination of water, mugs, mosquito nets and water purification tablets with other materials.

 Your support can help flood-affected families receive lifesaving support. 

  1. Assam

    1.Number of People Affected: Fresh floods: 6.7 lakh, Previous floods:  17,43,119
    2.Villages Affected: 3186 villages were severly damaged*.
    3.Districts Affected: Lakhimpur, Jorhat, Golaghat, Cachar, Dhemjai, Biswanath, Karimganj, Sonitpur, Majuli, Barpeta, Nagaon, Nalbari, Sivasagar, Morigaon, Chiranng, Dibrugarh, Dhubri, Kokrajhar, South Salmara
    4.Oxfam’s Goal: To reach out to 7500 Households
    5.Reported human lives lost – 154*

    Oxfam in Assam

    1.Distributed Food items- 250 Households
    2.Distributed Hygiene Kit and Shelter Kit –  12,163  
    3
    .Initiated Public health promotion activities in villages in camps
    4. Seven water filters installed in schools, communities and relief camps.
    5. At the community level two tube wells (100 feet deep) installed to support 85 families in two villages in three relief camps and two  with proper electrification.
    6. Distributed NADCC tablets for water purification- 
    57840+131880 = 189,720
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    onstructed one raised toilet and community toilet 

     *According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority Flood Report  

Oxfam’s Response

Hygiene Kit Hygiene Kit (2 No.Bucket with lid and Mug,8 No.Bathing Soap, gms,1 Set. Sanitary cloth with Cotton rope and Cloth Bag, ORS / NADCC,1 Unit.Savlon,1 Set. Comb and Nail Cutter,1 Set. Other Hygiene kit )
Shelter Kit Tarpaulin and Ground sheet, Blanket /Bedsheets-2 Mosquito Nets ,Household water Filter and Nylon Rope.

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