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The rising communal riots in Manipur, Northeast has resulted in the torching of more than 7000 houses, over 197 villages, ransacking and torching of many temples and churches in Imphal valley and the adjourning villages, with more than 123 people reported dead and many more injured. The death toll only seems to be rising with time and the unrest has led to the Government issuing Article 355, imposition of curfew in the entire state, suspension of internet. 

Over 41,000 people are facing severe food supply shortages, hospital supplies, and services shortages, the affected community people are fleeing to nearby cities like Guwahati, Delhi, Kolkata, and other places for refuge. This also makes them highly vulnerable to human trafficking.

Source: ITLF Media Cell – 16th August 2023

We are putting together a quick emergency response to aid those affected and in dire need.

We are putting together a quick emergency response to aid those affected and in dire need.

Immediate Needs of the People: 

  1. Dry ration
  2. Cooked food
  3. Utensils for cooking
  4. Clothing for all age
  5. Bedding
  6. Hygiene kit
  7. Temporary shelter
  8. Medicines

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Humanitarian Crisis Relief Work in Manipur

Due to the communal violence in Manipur, Northeast India, several families have been displaced, with their properties stolen or houses burned down. Families have been finding refuge in the relief camps set up across the state.
Our team has worked through the difficulties of navigating to several relief camps and has successfully distributed relief materials to more than 175 households in nine relief camps across Manipur.

Oasis Academy Medical Camp

In our Oasis Academy in Guwahati, we have set up a relief centre for all persons displaced due to the communal violence in Manipur. In the past week, we conducted a general medical camp for them to ensure good health. Our team checked all 20 members and prescribed medications

Kangpokpi Relief Distribution

Our team in Manipur continue their relief efforts across the affected areas. In the past week, they have provided relief materials (food and non-food items) for over 400 families in more than 14 areas in Kangpokpi District. They provided

– Rice
– Masoorie Dal
– Sugar
– Salt
– Cooking Oil
– Tea Leaf
– Bathing Soap
– Detergent
– Sanitary Pads