Disaster Response

Reaching out to affected communities with relief and support.

Immediate-term
Response

Mid-term
Response

Long-term
Response

Immediate-term Response

Extending immediate relief support

We extend immediate relief in the form of hygiene kits, ration, tarpaulin and medicines to communities affected by disasters. We have responded to floods in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Bihar, Assam, Manipur, Mizoram and also reached out to communities near Cipla offices during fire breakouts.

Contributed medicines worth 35 lakh to the Indian Navy and reputed non-profit organisations during the Kerala floods in 2018-19. This benefitted 16,000+ patients

Mid-term Response

Restoring livelihood

In the months following a disaster, we reach out to communities to help them rebuild their lives. We prioritize the most vulnerable – women, children and elderly and individuals with disabilities. Our efforts include distribution of assistive devices (wheel chairs, crutches, hearing aids etc), livelihood skilling, construction of child friendly spaces and more

During the Tamil Nadu 2015 flood response, 14 Child Friendly Spaces were set-up that provided shelter, safety, nutrition and education to over 1100 children

Long-term Response

Building Back Better

For the long-term response, we focus on empowering individuals with disabilities by rebuilding new homes. These homes are disability-friendly, disaster resilient, sanitaion equipped and have clear ownership titles.

50 new homes were handed over to the communities hit by the Tamil Nadu 2015 floods. Cipla teams from across India joined us in handing over these homes.