Photos of the Oxfam reconstruction efforts after the tsunami: rebuilding houses, and supporting people to get back to work.
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Photos from Oxfam's response to the tsunami, providing water supplies, sanitation and hygeine education as well as emergency supplies to those most in need.
Photos of the devestation caused by the tsunami and of the Oxfam relief effort.
In Tamil Nadu, south-east India, Oxfam instigated a cash-for-work scheme that enabled salt producers to rehabilitate their damaged pans so that they could start earning a living again.
Lucy Davies visits the Abbas Hospital in Muzaffarabad, where a clean water supply provided by Oxfam is helping to save lives.
My name is Mubarak Ali. I’m 27 years old and come from Hungri, a small village near Balakot . 110 people died in my village during the earthquake. I myself lost my 5-year-old son who was in school when the building collapsed. In our caste system, I belong to an important family. But now I am a poor man, just like every other person in my village.
Oxfam set up town cleaning programmes to prevent the spread of disease after the Kashmir earthquake 2005. With hundreds, sometimes even thousands of people living close together in groups of tents, proper health and hygiene facilities are of crucial importance to prevent diseases from breaking out. Town cleaning programmes are just as necessary as sanitation works and hygiene kits.
We travel with Oxfam partner organisation Sungi as they deliver shelter aid, including "winterised" tents, to stranded villagers who have been living exposed to the elements ever since disaster struck.
Annette Rayer writes from Mansehra where Oxfam and our partner organisation Sungi distribute tents, blankets and other relief supplies after the Kashmir earthquake.
A humanitarian emergency logistics case study from the Kashmir earthquake 2005. Oxfam's partner organisation Sungi Development Foundation (SDF) is responsible for the distribution of relief goods in the earthquake-hit area.