Flood Disaster in India - 2 Million are homeless
Thursday, July 5th
Devastating flooding in Assam, India has left 2 million people homeless. The Prime Minister of India is calling it one of the worst floods in recent times. It has already claimed the lives of 95 men, women and children, and more are still missing.
Of the 2 million people who lost their homes, half a million of them are living in relief camps, while the rest have either sought refuge with relatives or are simply living out in the open.
These people need our help immediately. Families are living without food, basic supplies or a roof over their heads. Farmlands have been destroyed, leaving people without a means to provide for their children, who don’t understand why all of this is happening to them.
Childcare Worldwide’s staff in India is ready to work with the local churches to bring help to the millions of people who have been affected. But we need you.
Please donate now to provide food and supplies to these children and their families who have lost everything!
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