A devastating tsunami with waves up to six metres high has been triggered by a powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake in Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Over 2,000 people have been reported dead and sadly, the death toll is likely to rise. Those who have survived have seen their lives ripped apart.
200,000 people need urgent humanitarian assistance right now - a quarter of them are children.
Over 10,000 people are severely injured. With over 67,000 homes damaged and 80,000 people displaced, many families are sleeping in makeshift shelters or in the street, in desperate need of food, water and medical care.
Children have suffered an unimaginably traumatic event and they continue to be shaken by the hundreds of aftershocks which have hit the area since the earthquake.
LET'S SAVE THE SURVIVORS