Chlorination process, Bulengo camp, Democratic Republic of Congo. The water is chlorinated and checked before being sent to the taps. Florence, a displaced from Masisi region works for Oxfam in charge of the chlorination system. Photo: Eddy Mbuyi/Oxfam Oxfam has been responding to needs near Goma, in DRC, since July 2012 in IDP sites providing water and sanitation to people that had fled the fighting, as well as protection and delivering food programs in some camps. www.oxfam.org
Oxfam water suply in Kanyaruchina camp for IDPs by Oxfam International, via Flickr. IDP numbers in camps and towns grow daily. Oxfam is working in eastern DRC, Rwanda and Uganda and aims to reach around 230,000 people affected by the recent surge in fighting. As of 20 November 2012, we have reached 123,000 people with clean water, sanitation services and community services support.
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