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Disaster Preparedness and Disaster Response 


The DRDP division is always geared up to meet the exigencies during disasters. The team members are experienced and ready to move out within hours of a disaster strike. They are experienced in various mechanisms related disaster response from Rapid Assessment, Beneficiary selection, Procurement and Logistics, Humanitarian Support through relief distribution, Real-time monitoring and evaluation, Rehabilitation and networking with other government and non government initiatives. A few disaster response initiatives are as follows: 
ADHAR has responded onGujaratearthquake and implemented rehabilitation work in BHUJ district with the support of MPDL
 ADHAR has successfully implemented a post disaster shelter and drinking water project in Madhubani district of Bihar a project that received assistance under SDC,New Delhi.
The DRDP division had undertaken rapid assessment within 48 hours of the rapid cyclone that crippled lives in the Dhuburi block ofAssam, in the Assam-Bengal border. ADHAR team members are highly experienced in disaster situations and regularly keep themselves updated in emergency response and preparedness programs.
ADHAR also work on conflict zone in Jammu & Kashmir and implemented Water and Sanitation programme under OXFAM G.B,New Delhi
ADHAR team rendered their expertise services on Tsunami response in Tamilnadu, Pondicherry, Andaman and Nicobar Island and Andhra Pradesh under support of various organization like OXFAM India Trust, New Delhi, BLESS, Cuddalore, Tamilnadu, Consider, Bapatla, Andhra Pradesh etc.

ADHAR also responded on cyclone AILA in Sundarban especially in Hingalganj block of North 24 Parganas district mobilizing its limited resource. Aftermath of AILA   ADHAR supported the AILA victims with the distribution of books to the needy students in collaboration of Rama Krishna Missions, with   foods and clothing with the support of Panchayat. ADHAR also supported the AILA victims by providing 8 numbers of mobile medical team for 2 weeks.

 


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