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Among the districts, out of the total 32 districts, 17 districts of Assam are the worst affected by flood. 

 

The poor and socially disadvantaged groups face greater stress when managing the impact of natural disasters, since they are the least equipped to cope with them

The situation aggravate during monsoon time every year

Thousands of people, livestock and property are affected every year

 

 

 

Large tracts of land in Darrang district are also affected severely by soil erosions

The districts of Darrang - are ranked as some of the most flood prone districts in the State.

PROBLEM FACED IN RELIEF CAMP

Lack of proper hygiene

Common toilet for men and women

Drinking water crisis

PROBLEM FACED AFTER FLOOD

LOSS OF CROP 

LOSS OF ANIMALS AND LIVESTOCK

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTIES AND SHELTER

SPREAD OF DECEASE

NO ECONOMIC SUPPORT

CONTAMINATION OF DRINKING WATER

PROBLEM OF FLOOD IN ASSAM

WIDESPREAD DESEASE

Due to its tropical monsoon climate, the state of Assam is prone to annual flooding. While the monsoons are important for the largely agriculture dependent regional economy, they now cause annually recurring destruction of infrastructure, crops, livelihoods and loss of lives. Although annual precipitation is declining, daily rainfall data shows an increase in extreme rainfall events, leading to extreme flooding in Assam. Higher temporal and spatial variability of rainfall across the regions has been attributed to the impact of climate change.

WHAT WE ARE DOING

SATRA is implementing a Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) programme called Brahmaputra River Ba- sin Resilience Building Programme with the support from Oxfam (India) from 2011.

OUR ACTIVITIES

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MOCK DRILL TRAINING
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CONSTRUCTION OF RAISED BATHROOM/TOILET

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TASK FORCE TRAINING

EMERGENCY KIT DISTRIBUTION

BEFORE FLOOD

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CONSTRUCTION OF RAISED HAMDPUMP

CONSTRUCTION OF RAISED PATFORM FOR PROTECTION OF LIFESTOCK AND LIVELIHOOD ASSET

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INTER-AGENCY GROUP COORDINATION MEETING

Community organizers training on social

DISTRIBUTING FLOOD RESILIENT/STRESS TOLERANT SEED

DAMAGE ASSESMENT

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ACTIVATING RESOURCE CENTRE

RESCUE OPERATION

DURING FLOOD

Boat Distribution to Baralakhaity Villag

REPORTING TO DONOR

DISTRIBUTING RELIEF CAMP KIT

Livestock treatment cum vaccination camp
WATER SOURCE CHLORINATION

VACCINATION OF LIVESTOCK

Flood tolerant Jalkuwari at Jhakuwapara

DISTRIBUTION OF RABI CROP

AFTER FLOOD

MEDICAL HEALTH CAMP

WASH TOOL KIT DISTRIBUTION

SATRA'S REACHOUT

35
VILLAGES COVERED

25000

LIVESTOCK VACCINATED

22

RAISED TOILET CUM BATHROOM

19,500

PEOPLE SUPPORTED

62

RAISED HANDPUMP

16

BOAT DISTRIBUTION

2000

FARMER SUPPORTED

32

WATER SOURCE REBAHILATION 

300

VOLUNTEERS TRAIN IN FLOOD EMERGENCY

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RAISED PLATFORM CREATED

SUPPOPRTED BY:

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OXFAM INDIA

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TERRE HOMMES GERMANY

Assam-State-Disaster-Management-Authorit

ASDMA

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WE ARE WORKING IN 15 WORST AFFECTED VILLAGE IN DARRANG DISTRICT OF ASSAM

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