Provide housing for 298 flood victims in India

by ASSIST
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House is being constructed
House is being constructed

This project "To Provide Housing for 298 Flood Victims in India" has been successfully implementing in the Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals of Krishna District in Andhra Pradesh, India.  Since the villagers of these two mandals are severely affected during the floods, ASSIST staff are motivating to the flood victims and bringing them into normal life.  ASSIST has taken the initiative to build new houses for the flood victims and construction of new houses to these flood victims is underway with the support of generous donors through GlobalGiving.

The following information shows the status of the Construction of 298 Houses to the Flood Victims in Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals in India.

  • Houses fully completed with sanitary latrine                       – 17
  • Houses completed but not the latrine                                 – 17
  • Houses completed but flooring yet to be done                   – 52
  • Houses with roof slab completed                                       – 57
  • Houses come up to roof level                                            – 12
  • Houses come up to lintel level                                             – 8
  • Houses come up to window sill level                                   – 9
  • Houses come up to Basement level                                  – 15
  • Houses not started yet                                                       -115


We look forward to the continued support from the generous donors in order to complete the rest of the houses.

Thank you for you kind support as your support gives the new hope to the flood victims.

House is ready to get slab
House is ready to get slab
House construction is being done
House construction is being done
House is being constructed
House is being constructed
Construction is being done.
Construction is being done.

This project "To Provide Housing for 298 Flood Victims in India" has been successfully implementing in the Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals of Krishna District in Andhra Pradesh, India.  Since the villagers of these two mandals are severely affected during the floods, ASSIST staff are motivating to the flood victims and bringing them into normal life.  ASSIST has taken the initiative to build new houses for the flood victims and construction of new houses to these flood victims is underway with the support of generous donors through GlobalGiving.

The following information shows the status of the Construction of 298 Houses to the Flood Victims in Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals in India.

  • Houses fully completed with sanitary latrine                      – 17
  • Houses completed but not the latrine                                – 17
  • Houses completed but flooring yet to be done                    – 52
  • Houses with roof slab completed                                      – 57
  • Houses come up to roof level                                           – 12
  • Houses come up to lintel level                                           – 8
  • Houses come up to window sill level                                   – 9
  • Houses come up to Basement level                                  – 13
  • Houses not started yet                                                     -117


We look forward to the continued support from the generous donors in order to complete the rest of the houses.

Thank you for you kind support as your support gives the new hope to the flood victims.

Plastering work is being done
Plastering work is being done
Partially completed house
Partially completed house
Partially completed house
Partially completed house
Cement concrete is being mixed for Masonry work
Cement concrete is being mixed for Masonry work

This project "To Provide Housing for 298 Flood Victims in India" has been successfully implementing in the Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals of Krishna District in Andhra Pradesh, India.  Since the villagers of these two mandals are severely affected during the floods, ASSIST staff are motivating to the flood victims and bringing them into normal life.  ASSIST has taken the initiative to build new houses for the flood victims and construction of new houses to these flood victims is underway with the support of generous donors through GlobalGiving.

The following information shows the status of the Construction of 298 Houses to the Flood Victims in Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals in India.

  • Houses fully completed with sanitary latrine                      – 17
  • Houses completed but not the latrine                                – 17
  • Houses completed but flooring yet to be done                  – 52
  • Houses with roof slab completed                                       – 57
  • Houses come up to roof level                                            – 12
  • Houses come up to lintel level                                            – 7
  • Houses come up to window sill level                                  – 8
  • Houses come up to Basement level                                  – 12
  • Houses not started yet                                                      -118




We look forward to the continued support from the generous donors in order to complete the rest of the houses.

Thank you for you kind support as your support gives the new hope to the flood victims.

Plastering work is being done
Plastering work is being done
Masonry work is being done
Masonry work is being done
Cement concrete is being mixed for Masonry work
Cement concrete is being mixed for Masonry work
House construction is being done
House construction is being done

This project "To Provide Housing for 298 Flood Victims in India" has been successfully implementing in the Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals of Krishna District in Andhra Pradesh, India.  Since the villagers of these two mandals are severely affected during the floods, ASSIST staff are motivating to the flood victims and bringing them into normal life.  ASSIST has taken the initiative to build new houses for the flood victims and construction of new houses to these flood victims is underway with the support of generous donors through GlobalGiving.

The following information shows the status of the Construction of 298 Houses to the Flood Victims in Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals in India.

  • Houses fully completed with sanitary latrine                      – 17
  • Houses completed but not the latrine                                – 17
  • Houses completed but flooring yet to be done                  – 52
  • Houses with roof slab completed                                       – 57
  • Houses come up to roof level                                            – 12
  • Houses come up to lintel level                                            – 7
  • Houses come up to window sill level                                  – 7
  • Houses come up to Basement level                                  – 11
  • Houses not started yet                                                      -120



We look forward to the continued support from the generous donors in order to complete the rest of the houses.

Thank you for you kind support as your support gives the new hope to the flood victims.

Slab is being done
Slab is being done
Masonry work is being done
Masonry work is being done
Water curing of slab
Water curing of slab

This project "To Provide Housing for 298 Flood Victims in India" has been successfully implementing in the Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals of Krishna District in Andhra Pradesh, India.  Since the villagers of these two mandals are severely affected during the floods, ASSIST staff are motivating to the flood victims and bringing them into normal life.  ASSIST has taken the initiative to build new houses for the flood victims and construction of new houses to these flood victims is underway with the support of generous donors through GlobalGiving.

The following information shows the status of the Construction of 298 Houses to the Flood Victims in Avanigadda and Nagayalanka Mandals in India.

  • Houses fully completed with sanitary latrine                     – 17
  • Houses completed but not the latrine                               – 17
  • Houses completed but flooring yet to be done                  – 52
  • Houses with roof slab completed                                    – 56
  • Houses come up to roof level                                         – 12
  • Houses come up to lintel level                                         – 7
  • Houses come up to window sill level                                – 7
  • Houses come up to Basement level                               – 10
  • Houses not started yet                                                  -121


We look forward to the continued support from the generous donors in order to complete the rest of the houses.

Thank you for you kind support as your support gives the new hope to the flood victims.

Front room construction
Front room construction
Ready for plastering work
Ready for plastering work
 

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ASSIST

Location: GUNTUR, ANDHRA PRADESH - India
Website: http:/​/​www.assist.org.in
Project Leader:
Ranga Rao Jashti
ASSIST
Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh India

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