CARE INDIA IS PROVIDING REHABILITATION SUPPORT TO FLOOD SURVIVORS

CARE INDIA IS PROVIDING REHABILITATION SUPPORT TO FLOOD SURVIVORS

As the relief phase is over, and people are back to their homes, there is an urgent need to support the recovery of the flood-affected population from the impact of the recent floods.

CARE India has so far supported around 25000 flood affected people with initial relief support of dry ration, emergency shelter along with water, sanitation and hygiene items across the 3 flood affected states of Assam, Bihar & Uttar Pradesh. Millions of affected people have now returned to their native places only to find their homes destroyed and disruption of essential facilities such as handpumps, toilets etc. but hopes are not shattered as they begin to rebuild their homes on their path to recovery.

Millions of affected people from the three states have now returned to their native places only to find their homes destroyed and disruption of essential facilities such as handpumps, toilets etc. but hopes are not shattered as they begin to rebuild their homes on their path to recovery.

We are now providing support towards the rehabilitation of people in Assam, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh by providing them with proper livelihood, shelter and access to proper sanitation and hygiene.

Listed below are the ways we are supporting the flood survivors in the 3 states:-

 Livelihoods

  • Cash for work (Livelihoods support to one family for 30 human days of work)
  • Unconditional cash equivalent to 30 days of work- to extremely vulnerable groups (persons with disability, elderly living alone, single women headed households)
  • Vocational training/skill building of 50 women for livelihoods along with tools support

  Shelter

  • Shelter repair with disaster resistance features
  • Construction of flood-resistant shelters and transitional houses
  • Training of masons on construction of disaster-resistant houses

Water Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Installation of a raised handpump to provide clean drinking water even during floods
  • Installation of a raised handpump with ramp for easy access by persons with disabilities, pregnant women and elderly people
  • Training of 100 adolescent girls and women in reproductive age on sexual and reproductive health
  • Hand wash campaign in 50 flood affected villages

Going forward, our aim is to reach out to more than 60,000 flood survivors in these three severely affected states and provide them with rehabilitation support.

We need to reach out to families who have been devastated and lost their livelihoods.

But we cannot do it alone. We URGENTLY need your support.


DONATE HERE

  • INR 6000

    help us provide livelihood support to one family

  • INR 16000

    help us support repair of tubewells and handpumps in one village

  • INR 22000

    help us support Shelter Repair with disaster resistance features for 1 house

  • Other Amount

*CARE India is a non profit organization. Your donation is liable for tax exemption. Alternatively, please send your cheque/draft in favour of CARE India Solutions for Sustainable Development” to A-12, Bhilwara Towers, Third Floor, Tower II Sector 1, NOIDA, Uttar Pradesh 201301 Ph: 0120-4048250 Email: contactus@careindia.org.

Permanent Account Number : AADCC3639H 80G Registration Number : NQ.DIT (E) I 2010-11/ DEL CE 22419 28022011/2595 Dated: 28/2/2011

Kindly note that the above examples are for descriptive purposes only. They illustrate the changes that your donation can make to the lives of entire families, including women and children. CARE India will allocate resources to areas where the need is the greatest. For any feedback on our fundraising efforts please contact donors@careindia.org