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Just when people in Assam were coping with the floods that hit in August, another round of floods have dawned misery on people. 
On 1st October 2017, Assam was hit by a fresh wave of floods, submerging five districts, 86 villages and affecting over 78,000 people according to ASDMA.

The Dhansiri river at Golaghat District, Assam was flowing above the 'danger' mark, according to a Central Water Commission (CWC) bulletin. Incessant rains across the state and in neighbouring Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya have caused flooding in the districts of Lakhimpur, South Salmara, Goalpara, Hojai and Karbi Anglong of Assam.

Oxfam India is on the ground providing critical relief and continues to help people to stand back on their feet. But with water flooding villages every month, people are unable to cope up and build  their  lives. That is why, we need your help. Your continous support can change lives of the people affected by these devastating floods. You can make a difference and provide a life to uplift themseleves from disaster and poverty. Right now, people have lost hope and only you can give their hope back. DONATE NOW.



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While the flood affected poor people are driven to desperation, Oxfam's intervention shows a ray of hope that the aftermath of flood need not be this gloomy. 

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

  1. Renovating and installing elevated handpumps to supply clean drinking water even in high water levels
  2. Building Toilets
  3. Providing relief, shelter and hygiene kits for daily survival needs
  4. Providing counselling and phycological support to children and women
  5. Identifying new livelihood opportunities and training people to set up small scale shops or skill training. 
    For this, we need your help. With as low as Rs 500/ month, you can help support 1 flood affected family and build a better future for all.Your monthly support can help change lives.  Such small efforts help a lot!  SUPPORT NOW! 


  1. The aftermath of Floods has left the people in Assam without food, shelter, clean water, toilets and source of income. 
  2. People have nowhere to go and lost all hope to rebuild their lives during these times of crisis.
  3. Oxfam is working with the most economically weaker section people to get back to normalcy and make a better living.
  4. Your regular support will help ensure that people don't go without Food, Shelter and Livelihood in the coming months. And children have a chance to go back to school and feel safe.
  5. These people will be trapped in a cycle of poverty without your regular support. 

 T he people in Assam and Manipur need each one us to come forward and help secure their present and future.  Let's take a pledge to support atleast 1 flood affected family and help them alleviate out of poverty.


We have distributed food items in Assam to 250 Households and over 14,000  Hygiene and Shelter Kits in the worst affected district of Assam and Manipur

In Assam, over  150  peo ple have lost their lives  due to drowning or electrocution and the numbers are increasing. Karimganj and Lakhimpur are the worst affected districts. 

In Manipur, for the past two months, floods and landslides have continued to cause devastation in the state. Imphal East district is the worst hit district with over 60,000 people affected

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

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. Stagnant water too poses the risk of water-borne diseases like diarrhoea, malaria and dengue In the last round of floods in August, Assam witnessed a loss of over Rs 2939 crores which is 15 times the average loss the state puts up every year owing to floods. 

Oxfam’s team is tirelessly working in the worst hit districts 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 among other relief items. 

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

Oxfam India will provide an evaluation report and an audited account on the use of the funds raised after the relief project has been completed.


1.Number of People Affected:  33.5 Lakh 
2.Villages Affected:
 3186 villages  were severly damaged in 25 districts* .
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 80 00 Households
5.Reported human lives lost –

Oxfam in Assam

1.Distributed Food items-  250  Households
2.Distributed Hygiene Kit and Shelter Kit – 
. Initiated  Public health promotion activities  in villages in camps
Eight  water filters
 and eight hand pumps  installed in schools, communities and relief camps.
5. At the community level  four 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+132000 = 189,840
7 C onstructed  12 toilets 
8.  153 hand pumps  have been chlorinated and repaired
9.  Oxfam continues to conduct cleanliness drive, promote public health and menstruation health management activities in villages

 *According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority Flood Report  


1. Number of Households Affected:  19,095**  
2. Villages Affected: 
39 villages  are severely damaged and under water**
3. Worst Affected Districts: 
Imphal East, Imphal West, Thoubal, Kakching and Bishnupur district
4. Reported human lives lost –  19*
5. Oxfam’s Goal:  To reach out to 65 000  Households

  ** According to SitRep Sphere India and IAG Manipur 

Oxfam in Manipur

1.  Distributed Hygiene Kit and Shelter Kit –  2,265 Households
2. Distributed NADCC tablets for water purification-  119580
3. Conducted  45 Public Health Promotion workshops and three cleanliness drives  to help people live healthier lives
4. 10 water sources have been chlorinated and two repaired  six temporary toilets   


Oxfam’s Response

Hygiene KitHygiene 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 KitTarpaulin and Ground sheet, Blanket /Bedsheets-2 Mosquito Nets ,Household water Filter and Nylon Rope.