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ACT NOW! Walk with Rohingya Refugees for the Next 6 Months

This was taken when an IA member organisation visited refugees in Bangladesh. The site was filled with makeshift shelters Rohingya build for themselves

In August, the Rohingya people received attention from the international community once again. 526 more words


Rohingya Crisis Appeal 

CAFOD and the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) are working together to respond to the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis in Bangladesh.  Alongside our local partner Caritas Bangladesh, we have begun to distribute emergency aid to vulnerable families. 268 more words


South Asia Floods Relief Enters New Stage

CEDAR’s partner, ACN, in Nepal has been distributing much-needed relief aid to vulnerable families

Nepal, India, and Bangladesh have been facing the worst monsoon rains in 15 years, triggering severe flooding across the three countries. 583 more words


41 Million Affected by Heavy Flooding in South Asia

Incessant rainfalls have triggered widespread flooding in South Asia, affecting over 41 million people, including vulnerable women and children.

Torrential downpour have caused severe and widespread flooding in India, Bangladesh and Nepal, killing 1,200 people and affecting 41 million people. 653 more words


East Africa Crisis- 16 million people need food now!

Over 16 million people across South Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya are in urgent need of food, following months of drought. Please help by organising a collection in your parish or putting an insert in the newsletter so that parishioners know how to donate. 20 more words


CEDAR and Partner Working in Flash Flood Areas in Zimbabwe

Last year, the El Niño caused a drought in Zimbabwe that starved 4 million people; but since December, they have experienced constant heavy rain and even hurricanes last month that destroyed the homes of close to 2,000 families. 495 more words


Emergency Appeal: CEDAR and IA Respond to the South Sudan Refugee Crisis in Northern Uganda

Increasing numbers of South Sudanese are fleeing to northern Uganda to escape escalating violent conflict in their country. A total of 24,277 South Sudanese refugees were received in Uganda between the 25th and 31st January 2017 alone. 555 more words