Governor Obiano made the appeal shortly after a tour of some riverine communities ravaged by flood in Ogbaru and other areas of the state.
As at the last count, thousands of residents of some riverine communities had been displaced from their homes in Anambra State.
The Governor and some naval personnel were conveyed by speed boats through the River Niger to the flood ravaged communities.
The Naval Outpost at Odekpe and the Atani Police Station had already been flooded.
Several residential buildings, schools, churches, markets and public places were also consumed by the rampaging flood.
The displaced families were now camped in some of the 28 holding centres created across 8 Local Government Areas of the state.
Addressing journalists after touring the flood ravaged riverine communities, Governor Willie Obiano described the situation as alarming and urged the residents to relocate.
Governor Obiano solicited the help of the Federal Government through funding to enable it surmount the challenges posed by the flood.
The Governor visited one of the holding centres at Ogbaru Local Government Secretariat, Atani, where he pledged to provide them with food, water and drugs.
He charged security agencies to give adequate protection to the displaced persons to guard against their molestation.
The Governor said their names would be collated to determine help to be offered to them when the flood must have receded.
At Central School, Odekpe, housing numerous displaced families, Governor Obiano promised to make the environment conducive by providing electricity and other conveniences for them.