Support for South Asia flood victims

By Simon Barrow
August 3, 2007

India, Bangladesh and Nepal are in need of urgent aid and development support, following the latest disaster.

NGOs and development agencies are acting swiftly to the South Asia flood emergency - which has already displaced in excess of 20 million people. Donations can be made via Christian Aid, which operates with secular, multifaith and church partners - and promotes relief and development irrespective of creed. This point is worth stressing, given that there is (rightful) concern in many quarters about 'faith based' initiatives working in a sectarian way.

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