Flooding in Bangladesh, Nepal and India

People rush to a helicopter for rescue, in in Holiya, Nepal

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What's the situation?

Torrential flooding has affected more than 20 million people in India, Bangladesh and Nepal.

Over 700 people have already lost their lives.

In India, 6.8 million children are in danger as monsoon rains trigger a fresh wave of flooding.

2.2 million people have been forced from their homes in Bangladesh, including at least 600,000 children.

Hundreds of schools have closed and roads have been washed out.

In Nepal, the dirty stagnant water poses a new risk to children – an increased risk of waterborne illness like cholera.

It is thought to be the worst flooding in the region for a decade.


What are we doing to help?

Thanks to our Emergency Fund, we are working around the clock to reach families in all three countries, providing vital lifesaving to support and care.

  • In India, we are distributing essential shelter, hygiene and education kits to families caught up in the emergency.
  • In Bangladesh, we are distributing vital hygiene and kitchen kits to help protect families against waterborne diseases like cholera.
  • In Nepal, we are distributing hundreds of tarpaulins so families can seek refuge in temporary shelter.

Our staff give out hygiene kits to families affected by floods in Nepal

Our staff distribute hygiene kits to families affect by flooding in Nepal.

What your donation could buy:

£3.30 could buy a water kit, including a water treatment agent, to help purify water

£13.50 could buy a hygiene kit, including soap, clean underwear, sanitary towels, toothbrush and paste, a clean towel and comb

Donate now to help us protect children affected by the floods in Asia, and other disasters like it around the world.

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