Disaster can strike anywhere. But in developing countries, the impact can be particularly devastating.
You can help to protect lives, restore dignity, and renew hope in the world’s toughest places, where children need us most.
25 million people across Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and South Sudan need life-saving assistance.
We are aiming to meet the health, child protection, livelihoods, shelter, education and water and sanitation needs of the most vulnerable children and their families across four countries.
Violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State has driven more than 500,000 people to seek safety in Bangladesh.
To address immediate food needs, we are providing food packages to families living in makeshift shelters, enough to last for two weeks.
Your monthly donation will enable us to help people quickly when emergencies strike, and to support long-term recovery.
A single one-off donation will support our current emergency relief work.
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In rapid-onset crises, like earthquakes, tsunamis and cyclones, our priority is saving lives. You’ll help us set up initial responses or support long-term work in devastated areas.
In slow-onset crises, like famines, you’ll help with long-term, planned responses. This includes improving community resilience through a greater variety of food, water and income sources.
You can help providing life-saving food to the most vulnerable children and their families in times of unexpected crises. Providing shelter kits and essential household items helps those who have lost everything to survive and recover.
You can help identify and protect the most vulnerable children and support communities to establish child friendly spaces where children can safely learn and play.