Earlier in May, Rwanda, experienced heavy downpour which left roads, bridges and homes flooded.
The floods have caused more than 115 deaths and led to the evacuation of more than 100,000 displaced people.
There is a lack of safe drinking water, sanitation has been compromised and there is a real danger of diseases, such as cholera, transmitted through contaminated water.
We are responding by providing food, hygiene kits, and emergency shelters to the victims of this devastating flood.
On May 20th 2020, Cyclone Amphan made landfall near Jammu Island, West Bengal with 130km/h wind speed.
We are responding in Bangladesh, where 2 million people are being evacuated to crowded shelters – however, COVID-19 could spread rapidly in these settings.
There are also fears that Rohingya refugees living in boats on the Bay of Bengal could be hit, as they are right in the path of the storm.
Donate Food, Hygiene Kits and Emergency Shelters, so that vulnerable people can stay safe during this difficult time.
Our Global Emergency Fund