The Michoung Cyclone was a catastrophic disaster that hit Andhra Pradesh, India in 2023, affecting more than 10 million people. It destroyed their homes, crops, infrastructure, and livelihoods. The impacts were severe, resulting in a humanitarian crisis, with people facing food insecurity, water scarcity, hygiene issues, and loss of income. The cyclone also caused trauma and stress on children and women, affecting their mental health and well-being. The affected families need immediate relief.
This micro project supports the 500 cyclone-affected families in Bapatla, Guntur and Krishna districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. The cyclone destroyed their houses, crops, infrastructure and livelihoods. The project provides them with food, water, hygiene and other ration essentials. It also helps them restore their income sources and cope with the disaster. The project also offers psychosocial support and protection to the children and women who faced trauma, violence due to the cyclone.
This micro project not only meets the immediate needs of the 500 Michoung cyclone-affected families, but also empowers them to rebuild their lives and resilience. By providing them with food, water, hygiene and other essentials needs, ensures their health and well-being. Restore their income sources, the project enables them to recover their livelihoods and economic security. By offering them psychosocial support and protection, the project fosters their mental health and social cohesion.