Right now disastrous floods in Kashmir have damaged or destroyed 12,000 houses. Entire neighbourhoods have been swept away. People need housing, clothing, food, bedding,
medicine, and more. They need our compassion. Flooding not only displaces people from their homes and destroys their possessions, the wet environment in unsanitary and diseases can quickly spread through the survivors. Acting quickly is essential to ensure those families are safe, dry, and warm.
For families who have lost their home and belonging, the least we can do is make sure they go to sleep on a full stomach and have a dry place to lay their head.
With the total deaths now exceeding 2,080 and the wounded over 10,000, the people of Gaza are going through extreme crisis. Even hospitals, a place to treat the wounded, have now fallen victim to airstrikes and missile attacks.
More than a month long, Gaza is rapidly running out of medical and food supplies and quickly finding thousands in need of a roof to sleep under.
The Humanitarian situation in Iraq is worsening day by day as the crisis expands from area to area increasing hostilities.
More than 1.5 million people escaped areas such as Al Anbar, Diyala, Mosul, Tikrit, and many other surrounding villages in the provinces of Kirkuk, Erbil and
Urgent Bosnia Appeal.
Over I Million people affected.
The people of Bosnia are still in shock having never witnessed anything like the flood that took place last week and neither has Bosnia for the last 120 years! As flood came down mountains, rushed through the valleys and filled Bosnia landscape; homes, business’ and livelihood got destroyed leaving some people dead, hundreds of thousands stranded and in need.
300 families have been completely wiped out when over 2,100 people died in the landslides that struck the north eastern area of Afghanistan. Heavy rain in recent time has made the area susceptible to natural disasters such as what we saw last Friday. After the first landslide struck, residents from a neighbouring village came to the rescue only to be caught by a second landslide that brought down the entire side of one hill and thousands of tonnes of mud and earth.