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Assam Floods | Our Response Updates

We have reached 70,000 people in both rural and urban areas in Karimganj, Cachar and Hojai district in Assam. We have built 22 toilets, rehabilitated 6 drinking water ring wells with raised platforms and installed 4 hand pumps with raised platform and soak pits. We have trained PHED and DDMA officials and community members on operating the water filtration units. We installed 6 AP700 water purification systems and provided 269800 litres of clean drinking water to 7335 families. The latter also accounts for the water supplied through boat mounted water filter as well. Trainings are being held on menstrual health and hygiene. We strongly believe that no humanitarian response should end with immediate relief. Rehabilitating communities is a long drawn process. We need your support. DONATE TODAY


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30 Sep, 2022


Social Security For Sugarcane Cutters

From submitting the charter of demands to the Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde and coordinating with the Sugarcane Cutters Corporation, our team is working to ensure that the migrating cutters have access to their social security schemes for their safety, security and development.
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19 Sep, 2022

Sitamarhi, Bihar

Shripati Devi Leads The Way

In 2021, Oxfam India started Project Utthan in Sitamarhi. It was during one of the village development committee meetings which Shripati attended that she explained her problems. She was supported with high yielding variety seeds, vermicomposting, IPM material and training to improve vegetable cultivation. She increased her profits by 30-40% and her field will now be a Farm Field School.
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13 Sep, 2022

Sitamarhi, Bihar

Solar Lamps Lights Up Future

Neha was unable to study at nights due to electricity cuts. Through the Oxfam India-HDFC project—Project Utthan—she received a solar lamp which has since helped her studies and her performance in school. We have distributed two solar lamps to each of the 440 households in 15 villages in Sitamarhi.
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