EFICOR Bihar Flood Relief 6th Update – 27th September 2017

After 40 days of disaster, the survivors are gradually coming back to their normal situation. The people are trying to collect the locally available materials and have begun to repair their huts. Now families having bank account and required documents have started receiving INR 6000 compensation provided by the Government; however still there are many poor families who do not have bank account and are yet to receive compensation from Government. The greatest challenge is opening bank account for the remaining families which is mandatory to receive the compensation.  As on 27th September, EFICOR has distributed relief to 7485 families in 3 districts (East Champaran, Katihar and Madhubani) covering 72 villages in five blocks.

6th Updated_ 28th Sept. EFICOR Bihar Flood Relief.pdf


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