Oxfam in India has been at the forefront of responding to natural and man-made disasters since 1951. Oxfam first came to India to respond to Bihar famine.
Oxfam India has a long and well recognised record of humanitarian relief in times of crisis. In the last ten years, Oxfam India has responded to disasters in Assam, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Kerala, Kashmir, Manipur, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, and Odisha. We have also provided aid to Internally Displaced Persons during Kargil War, Muzaffarnagar riots, and Kokrajhar violence.
Oxfam India provides life-saving support to disaster-hit people. This includes shelter, food, water and sanitation. Once the disaster passes, Oxfam India supports people rebuild their lives and prepare better for any future disaster.
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