Nepal, India, and Bangladesh Flood Relief:
What's Happening and How to Help

 

In August 2017, monsoon-caused floods in southern Nepal, northern India, and Bangladesh killed over a hundred people. The projects below will provide emergency funding to international and locally driven relief efforts, providing food, medicine, and other essential supplies to address impacted by these floods.

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We believe that organizations that are deeply rooted in local communities are often in the best position to provide long-term support for disaster victims. By funding the relief efforts of local organizations, donations to this fund have the potential to build stronger disaster-response capacity so that these organizations are better equipped to face future disasters. GlobalGiving will post reports about how funds have been used and will email these reports to donors and subscribers.

 
 
Support Hygiene Supplies to Flood Affected Women
In India, four states in the northern part of the country have been extensively affected by the flooding, affecting over 31 million people. Floods have devastated the lives of many people especially women who are tackling their menstruation in the worst condition, lack of unhygienic material can spread severe infection. This project is an urgent need for women and adolescent girls of flood-affected areas to prevent unhygienic practices and infectious disease.
Flood Relief Fund for Victims in Nepal
The heavy rainfall in mid August this year caused devastating floods in southern part of Nepal . Floods completely paralyzed normal life of millions of people and left them homeless. They are facing lots of difficulties in their basic amenities to live alive. Floods in this season and many cases of causalities has become like a regular thing every year. JWAS is working to to mitigate the sufferings through immediate & long term support to the affected families.
Rebuild 200 women's homes destroyed by Bihar flood
On 14th August 2017, Bihar was hit by one its worst floods in recent times. So far, 514 people have lost their lives and over 8.5 lakh people have been displaced. 200 women headed households in Forbesganj, we work with, have become homeless and lost most of their possessions in this massive flood. This project is seeking your help to, not only rebuild the homes and lives of the 200 women before the onset of winter but, also prevent their children from falling prey to sex traffickers.
Rebuild the home & livelihood of 100 flood victims
The horrendous flooding that was caused by the continuous heavy rain in southern Nepal has taken the life of 74 adults and children, displaced 5,000 families and severely affected 5 million people. The families have lost their home, belongings and livelihoods. We aim to rebuild the home and livelihoods of the 100 families through this project.
Emergency  Relief for Flooded Damaged recovery
The heaviest rains and flood recorded in 100 years have struck the peoples in Jamalpur district of Bangladesh. Flood water is blowing over 127 CM. in danger range. Our Project areas are suffering from huge flood and victim's river erosion. Thousands of families have lost their home and sanitary latrine, crops and children educational materials etc. This project will provide flooded damaged recovery and development assistance to 300 Person with disabilities families .
Recovery support to flood victims in Nepal
The torrential rain from 12-15 Aug 2017 created massive floods and several landslides in 26 districts throughout the country. As per govt data, the flood caused 126 deaths, 50 missing and many people got severe injuries. Due to rain 12733 households displaced losing their property in west Nepal & they are in critical state. They are immensely in need of relief supports like food grains, temporary shelter, blankets, potable water, clothing, medicines, education materials of children.
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