Cyclone Fani

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350,000 children at risk

Cyclone Fani has ripped through India’s eastern coastline, leaving a trail of devastation behind, with more than 3m people affected.

The full scale of this disaster is still unfolding, but with torrential rain and winds of up to 175km/h, it's feared to have brought down power lines, uprooted trees and ripped apart homes.

There are also reports of low-lying coastal communities being submerged.

Children will need food, water and shelter to survive the coming days. And the chance to continue their learning as quickly as possible.

Your help is needed urgently.

Donate to our Emergency Fund now.


Our expert teams are already on the ground ready to help children caught up in this disaster. But we need your help to ensure we’re always ready to help children affected by emergencies like this one.

Donate now to our Emergency Fund and help us provide vital emergency support like:

  • Emergency supplies, including blankets, jerry cans, tarpaulin and rope to keep families who have lost their homes safe
  • Hygiene kits, mosquito nets and other basic supplies to keep children healthy
  • Psychological support to children and families who have witnessed the loss of homes and loved ones

By supporting our Emergency Fund, we can respond to emergencies like this within hours of a disaster striking, fighting to help children survive and piece their lives back together.

our emergency fund

This special reserve of money allows us to coordinate a humanitarian response so that in the event of an emergency – like Cyclone Fani – we're able to act quickly and save countless lives.

Donate to the Emergency Fund.