Appeal For Assam Crisis

Current Situation

The recent spate of large-scale riots in Assam, according to conservative estimates, has claimed 53 lives and over 3 lakh victims have been displaced. Men, women and children have been killed, schools and houses are burnt. Kokrajhar, Chirang and Dhubri districts of northeast are the worst hit among five affected districts, the two others being Bongaigaon and Baksa.

IAHV’s Intervention

IAHV volunteers are currently working towards restoring lives of the victims in the affected areas. Our response involves providing immediate material aid at our relief camps, releasing trauma through relief workshops and restoring hope. As a short term rehabilitation plan, we aim at fostering personal responsibility of individuals through service and mentorship programs conducted by community volunteers that empower self-reliance.

Contribute Now

IAHV urges people to help the victims in whatever way possible. The victims are critically in need of food, clean water, shelter, medical facility, trauma relief & many basic necessities. All contributions will be directed to the provision of any immediate material aid, food, water trauma & medical relief. In addition short term rehabilitation projects will be initiated to restore the lives of the displaced victims by overcoming the trauma.

Come make a difference

For national and international contributions to ‘IAHV Disaster Relief Fund’ please contact us on:


Landline: +91-80-28432103

Mobile: +91-9342540105 / +91-9886660006

International Association for Human Values

IAHV India was registered in the year 2000 under the Societies Registration Act. It is a humanitarian, non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to the development and promotion of human values throughout the world. To pursue its mission IAHV implements grassroots sustainable programs for socioeconomic development of rural and impoverished areas. For the past decade, our projects have helped revitalize and transform distressed communities and individuals around the globe. The organization also works in special consultative status with the Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations, with a presence in more than 150 countries. The organization enjoys tax exemptions under 80G of IT Act and FCRA clearance for foreign donations. All donations are tax deductible.

We believe that by empowering the individual, we can build a more peaceful and harmonious community. Hence our focus on capacity development of the individual has led to both an extensive volunteer base in local regions as well as fosters of community approach to all programs and endeavors.