CARE teams are focusing on the most vulnerable including women and girls who are disproportionately affected in any crisis. Drinking water as well as shelter kits and hygiene kits have been dispatched in Assam and Bihar states. Delivery kits are also being distributed in Assam to expectant mothers to ensure safe childbirth for the many women unable to access health centers.
Save the Children
Save the Children is responding to the floods in all three countries, distributing hundreds of tarps for temporary shelter in Nepal, and running special playgroups for children in India to help them recover, as well as distributing hygiene items and temporary shelter materials.
Oxfam is providing over 186,000 flood-hit people with clean drinking water, food supplies, emergency shelter, hygiene kits, and other essentials. As the crisis continues, they will work to support more people and help them recover. Oxfam is working with flood-hit communities and local partners.