Our neighbours in Asia are currently facing emergencies that threaten the livelihoods of the most vulnerable communities.
- In Timor Leste, a once-in-a-generation flood has destroyed homes and critical infrastructure.
- A massive fire has swept through a Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh.
- Back-to-back cyclones in the Philippines, Cambodia and Vietnam have forced thousands of families into evacuation centres.
Your generous donation today can provide urgent relief to communities around the world during emergencies.
We are currently supporting relief efforts in
Tropical Cyclone Seroja struck Timor-Leste and eastern parts of Indonesia in April 2021, triggering torrential rain and flash flooding. Our local partners in Timor-Leste and Indonesia are distributing food to communities displaced by the floods. We are also providing blankets for pregnant women, people with disability, elderly people and children in Timor-Leste.
When Super Typhoon Goni hit the Philippines, it destroyed thousands of homes, and brought some of the worst flooding and landslides in decades to Cambodia and Vietnam. We are working with our partners to assess the damage and provide shelter, food and sanitation kits to those in need.
In Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, Nepal and the Philippines, we are distributing health educational materials and hosting awareness-raising sessions to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. We are providing food, sanitation and hygiene kits (including masks and hand sanitisers) to those most at risk.
When emergencies hit, we are on the ground with
Food, water and emergency shelter
Hygiene and sanitation kits
Medication and health services
We're in a unique position to assist communities before, during and after emergencies through our network of local partners and churches. But we can only continue this work with the help of generous people like you.
With your help, we can be there when crises hit, providing essentials for survival: food, water, sanitation supplies and shelter.
Please give what you can so that children, women and men receive the vital supplies they need to rebuild their lives.
Where does my donation go?
Funds raised are used for emergency response activities across vulnerable communities throughout the world. If any funds remain after a crisis, they are kept in the Emergency Response Appeal fund so that we can respond to ongoing needs and future crises in the region.