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Oxfam India Response to conflict in Assam

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  • 1. Oxfam Assam Conflictresponse programmeIndia Humanitarian HubPhoto Credits: Oxfam 4 March, 2013
  • 2. Oxfam Assam Conflict Response Coverage Supported by ECHO: Conflict Response Areas in Assam (Green Colour): Kokrajhar, ChirangPage 2 Infographics made by Oxfam India/2013
  • 3. Oxfam aims to reach7000 households (45,500 people) in Assam Conflict Response (Program Phase 1) Rights in Crisis: District-wise coverage 3653 3347 Households in chirang households in kokrajhar Page 3
  • 4. Current Situation According to ASDMA camp report 30 January Kokrajhar and Chirang collectively hosts 38,959 displaced population spanned across 40 IPD camps Not all camps are recognised by the local administration.• However in the last couple of weeks, there has been significant reduction in the number of camps especially in Kokrajhar district as a result of a special drive by the local administration to send back the camp residents to their respective villages with incentives like food ration for those returning back to their villages.• However, returnees who have moved out of the camps to their villages are now exposed to a further crisis - lack WASH facilities; of livelihood opportunities and rebuilding of shelter. The conflict has damaged most of their movable and immovable assets and livestocks; and they have also missed the critical rice planting season. Moreover, they don’t have any stocked food grains as well.• A large number of IDPs are still unsure if they will receive their rehabilitation package from the district administration since they do not possess proper land records. An acute uncertainty exists for these families. Page 4
  • 5. Current Interventions• The programme has been scaled up to the returnee villages. 8 villages arenow further provided with an additional 120 latrines and 20 new handpumpswith aprons.•Training of WASH mechanics in the village• The water tank system for provisioning in the IDP camps are on going•Coordination with other agencies is currently on for the next phase of theproject•The current phase (emergency Response) will come to a close on the 9th ofMarch•Exit plan for the current programme is in place Page 5
  • 6. Next Phase of the ProgrammeNew intervention around ‘Returnee early recovery and humanitarianassistance would be on medium term needs’. The interventions would be bothin villages affected by the disaster and in camps were people continue to live.The project is based on two results:a) Result 1 – Livelihood restoration and recoveryb) Result 2 – Water and sanitation rehabilitation and promotion of public healthPlanned activities for future (based on future funding – April 2013 onwards):a) Rebuild livelihoods by providing essential inputs both farm and non-farmbase that have multiplier results (agriculture, livestock, raw materials, tools)leading to cash generation to stimulate household food security,b) Rehabilitate damaged water sources and safe sanitation facilitiesc) Facilitate reactivating existing institutions such as village developmentcommittees with clear objectives leading to improving household economics,health for all, and habitat especiallyd) Sustain household food basket from March to June to maintain nutritionfor all in the householde) Facilitate the processes of people integration as a inter-village initiative forconfidence building, safety especially through youth collectives Page 6
  • 7. Programme Results Result 1 - Conflict affected IDP communities in the camps have access to adequate and safe water supply and storage facilities. Result 2 - Conflict affected IDP households in the camps have access to adequate and safe sanitation facilities and are maintaining hygiene environment to prevent disease outbreaks. Result 3 - Men, women and children living in the camps practice safer hygiene in a dignified and culturally appropriate manner and maintain camp environment including involvement of camp management committee in all water sanitation related activity. Result 4: Temporary Shelter - 4500 targeted IDP families have improved temporary shelter in the IDP camps Section 3 (refer page 8) of this report summarizes progress against indicators for the 3 results.
  • 8. WASH Indicators
  • 9. ECHO Technical lead monitoring Oxfamwork Feb 25 – 26 - Elio de Bonis – ECHO Regional technical lead on WASH and shelter monitoring Oxfams’s work in the camp
  • 10. ECHO Technical lead monitoring Oxfam’swork Elio de Bonis – ECHO Regional technical lead on WASH and shelter monitoring Oxfams’s work in the camp
  • 11. Interacting with the Community /IDPECHO team in Rangijora camp; Chirang District
  • 12. IDP camp assisted by OxfamBhawraguri IDP camp; Chirang District
  • 13. IDP camp assisted by Oxfam Serphanguri IDP camp; Kokrajhar district
  • 14. Water tankers in camps Water tankering in Howriapet camp ; Kokrajhar district
  • 15. Latrines and solar lamps incampsRangijora IDP camp in Chirang district
  • 16. Bathing Cubicles in use in camps Serphanguri IDP camp in Kokrajhar district
  • 17. 200 solar lamps installed in latrine comlexesSolar lamps have been installed across 13 camps in latrine complexes constructed by Oxfam Page 17
  • 18. March 2013 Returnee Village- Hand pumpinstallation New activities - In total 65 handpumps are constructed. 88% usage (KAP survey) Endline Page 18
  • 19. March 2013 Returnee Village- latrineconstruction Additional 120 latrines are further planned in the villages from exchange gains In total 355 latrines are constructed. 88 % usage (KAP survey) Endline. Page 19
  • 20. Thank You! Page 20

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