Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm Fani passed through the coastal region of India battering villages and towns in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh with West Bengal, the North-eastern states Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram on its path.
Odisha bore the worst brunt with widespread damage across the state affecting 1.1 million people who were evacuated from their homes. The state now stares at one of the most extensive reconstruction efforts as an estimated 10,000 villages and 52 towns in came in the path of the cyclone.
Habitat for Humanity India has deputed its Rapid Response Team to conduct a rapid assessment of the damages and further plan for recovery and rebuilding of the lives of families affected by Cyclone Fani. In the first phase of the response, Habitat India is reaching out to affected individuals and families with Humanitarian Aid Kits and Emergency Shelter Kits.
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