Relief work continues for millions affected by India floods

Eight months after floods devastated large areas of northeastern India, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is assisting the region’s recovery through livestock replacement programs, water sanitation projects and livelihood development. The worst flooding in the region in 50 years reportedly left 75 dead and millions homeless. ADRA’s latest efforts in the Supaul district of northeastern India will begin this month and provide aid to approximately 20,000 families during the 12-month project

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