Global Emergency

Your donation will mean we can deliver humanitarian aid within the critical first 72 hours of an emergency, saving and protecting lives. We want to continue to serve humanity, and a regular donation of just £5 can ensure our work never stops.


Emergency Aid Appeal

Across the world, we need your help.

Your support can be the difference between life and death.

Around the world millions live under constant threat, battling to survive each day.

Widespread poverty and relentless war are claiming the lives of innocent people across the globe through starvation, illness, injury and destruction.

In dangerous conditions and when emergency strikes, time is critical. Trapped, injured, scared and in danger - getting help to people fast is essential in order to save lives.

Your donation means we can deliver lifesaving aid within the critical first 72 hours of an emergency, saving and protecting lives.

We can ensure that food, shelter, sanitation and medical care can be given to people who have lost everything in the worst of conditions.

Wherever we are needed, whatever the situation.

We have been delivering humanitarian aid across the world for over 35 years.

Our emergency aid is for all emergencies and humanitarian crises, wherever we can reach those in need of help. We work with our field and partner offices to make sure that we can access even the most remote of communities, supporting those who are often at the greatest risk.


Gaza

As the most densely populated area on Earth, the people of Gaza remain in dire conditions due to years of war and political restrictions. Over 2 million people live in abject poverty in an area of less than 25 miles long and 7 miles wide.

Food stocks are extremely low or all but depleted. Water supply is poisonous, contaminated due to ongoing attacks which have damaged local infrastructure. Thousands of people have lost their lives and many more are sick and injured. The people of Gaza are trapped and desperate for help.

Syria

In more than 8 years of war, the severity of the situation for the Syrian people has not eased. Almost 12 million people remain in desperate need of safety, shelter, food and water as tensions continue.

Each day families and their homes are destroyed in an instant due to barrel bombs and air strikes. Hospitals, schools and entire towns have been obliterated. Regional infrastructures including roads, electricity and water supply have been extensively damaged. Living amongst death, destruction and under constant threat of danger has become normal for the millions of children born into one of the worst humanitarian disasters of our times.

Yemen

Yemen is starving. Acute food insecurity compounded by drought and rapidly rising food prices, widespread poverty and political tensions have placed 17 million people in urgent need of humanitarian aid. Teetering on the brink of famine, children are literally wasting away - going days or even weeks without adequate food.

Recent hostilities have displaced almost 4000 more families, placing them at further risk of malnutrition, illness and death. Many have been left to fend for themselves out in the open without shelter, sanitation, medical care, food or clean water. Millions of people including the elderly, sick and young children are in grave danger and desperately need help.

Myanmar

Since the tensions began, over 240,000 people have been displaced – chased from their homes and running for their lives. Almost 1 million people are in urgent need of assistance having experienced horrific violence and chaos. Now abandoned, they face a new struggle to survive – living in squalid, unsafe conditions and without basic human rights. Over half of those in need are children.

Gathered on the borders of Myanmar and Bangladesh, the Rohingya people are living a nightmare. For those who have survived the horrors of burning, assault and massacre, life will never be the same again. Injuries and illness are widespread. Malnutrition is on the rise. Crime rates, including sexual assault and trafficking, are rising as people who have lost everything are forced to do anything they can to survive.

Scared, traumatised, vulnerable and injured.

There is no time to waste to save lives.

Your generosity will go towards providing rescue and response operations, vital shelter, essential food packs, clean drinking water, emergency medical care as soon as disaster strikes. Your support can make all the difference.


£60 Emergency Food

Could provide emergency food supply to a family

£100 Emergency Pack

Could provide an emergency survival pack to a family

£200 Secure Shelter

Could provide an affected family safe and secure shelter

£450 Medical Healthcare

Could provide life saving medical assistance and healthcare

 

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