South Asia Crisis

South Asia Crisis

The aftermath of a devastating earthquake, floods, and the Rohingya fleeing from death. The crisis in South Asia has claimed thousands of lives. People have found themselves without a roof over their heads, food, or clean water.

More than 1.500 lives were claimed by natural elements in Indonesia at the end of September 2018. A wave of earthquakes, the strongest of a magnitude of 7.5, and the subsequent tsunami destroyed the city of Palu and the surrounding villages in the Indonesian province of Central Sulawesi. Houses, buildings, roads, airports and important infrastructure were damaged. Tens of thousands of people lost their homes. The disaster affected almost 1.5 million people.

Nepal, India and Bangladesh have been recovering from massive floods and landslides that claimed more than 2000 lives. The disaster affected a total of 41 million people.

In addition to the consequences of the devastating flood, Bangladesh in particular is facing an influx of the Rohingya people fleeing from death in Myanmar.

Thanks to your donations, we have helped provide:

  • Emergency health camps
  • The distribution of food, water, tents, blankets and clothing
  • Medical care, mainly as a result of infectious diseases such as diarrhea, cholera, dysentery and skin diseases
  • The repair of houses together with the locals in Bangladesh
  • Compensation for agricultural damage


Why We Are Able to Be Effective with Our Help

We are a member of the international Integral Alliance, which is involved in humanitarian activities around the world. In this way, 23 members from 14 countries work in 85 places around the world. Thanks to coordination and knowledge of the situation in the given country, this aid is fast and effective.


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