North East India 2018 - Deadly Floods and Landslides in 4 States After Torrential Rain. Around 4500 children took shelter in the relief camps. Donate Now!

People in Assam, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura need urgent relief and long term support. Oxfam will not leave ground till the affected families get back on their feet. Your monthly support will help save lives. Donate Now.

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North East Flood Response 2018: Oxfam is on the ground 

Over 13 Lakh people affected in Assam, Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram. Most have lost everything: homes, livelihood, family and loved ones. Lives are in danger. This is a humanitarian crisis that we cannot ignore. Please help now.

Alert: 70% flood-affected people of Assam and Manipur are suffering from water-borne diseases.* With no clean water to drink or use, people especially women and children are being diagnosed with skin allergies, diarrhoea, gastrointestinal and fever. *Caritas India Report July 2018.

Oxfam is on the ground delivering life-saving relief - Clean water, Hygiene kits, Shelter, Sanitation and Rehabilitation support to the most marginalized and vulnerable families in need. You too can help save lives and provide them long-term sanitation facilities.

With just Rs 500/Month, you can help support 1 flood affected family today and in future. Your monthly support will help rebuild lives of the flood affected families and give them a chance to get back on their feet. 

Oxfam Will Not Leave Ground Till The Affected Families Recover 

People from the most marginalized communities are in dire need of -

  1. Proper sanitation facilities as most of the villages are inundated and toilet facilities are disrupted.
  2. Women need menstrual hygiene products - Sanitary napkin and Hygiene kit. 
  3. Clean water as flood water is the only source for drinking and other purposes. 
  4. Source of income is needed as men and fishermen are unable to find work due to floods and have lost their belongings, thousand of animals and hectares of crops.
  5. Thousands of familes need shelter as houses in Assam, Manipur and Tripura are mostly damaged or destroyed.

North East is at a high risk of suffering from water-borne diseases. In most of the areas there was no outlet for the flood water to drain, leaving people with no other option but to use the same water for their daily routine including direct consumption. 

Please lend a helping hand where it matters the most. Donate now to help families facing disaster in their struggle to survive. 

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North East Floods 2018 - Oxfam Response

  1. Targeted Households - 16,000
  2. Reached till day - 2,400 families with food, clean water, hygiene and shelter kits and sanitation facilities.

Your monthly support will help families facing disaster receive immediate relief supplies and build community toilets, elevated water pumps and provide skill-workshops to build a livelihood.

Donate Today to Help Rehabilitate North East. Your Monthly Support Will Help Them Rebuild Their Lives.


People we helped last year