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Emergency assistance is going to deluged communities in Malawi, in the aftermath of the worst floods the country has seen in two decades.
Ethiopia – A country struck by a devastating famine 30 years ago which, despite decent growth recently, still experiences crippling poverty and very little equality for girls and women.
A month of monsoon rains and flash floods in Cambodia has claimed 168 lives and left over a hundred thousand people homeless, says Christian Aid.
To mark this year’s Earth Science Week, international development NGO Christian Aid has launched an interactive documentary which demonstrates the importance of science in helping Filipino slum dwellers.
The Methodist Church in Britain has made a solidarity grant of £10,000 to help churches in Fiji work with communities hit by serious storm flooding.
Religious communities in Thailand are responding to a continuing flood crisis resulting from heavy monsoon rains in the last three months.
International development agency Oxfam says funds for the United Nations Pakistan disaster appeal are drying up and threatening millions of lives.
Evangelical Christians from South Asia living in Britain are pushing to have Pakistan’s crippling international debts cancelled.
The DEC Pakistan Floods Appeal has now reached £47 million, Disasters Emergency Committee chief Brendan Paddy has announced.
Of the 20 million people affected by the floods in Pakistan, some 85 per cent are women and children, and around 500,000 are pregnant women.
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