Female dignity Kits
Cyclone Amphan has ripped through the border region of India and Bangladesh, killing over 84 people so far. Millions more have been impacted across the Bay of Bengal with homes and villages destroyed. Along with the prospect of trying to control any outbreak of Coronavirus, this is a truly challenging crisis.
Global One are working on the ground, to deliver essential life-saving aid to women, children and vulnerable communities who have been hit by this super-cyclone.
Cyclone Amphan made landfall on Wednesday, lashing coastal areas with heavy rainfall and ferocious winds of up to 115mph, uprooting trees, felling power lines and destroying homes and crops.
Millions of people living in high-risk coastal villages, were quickly evacuated to emergency shelters, but fears of the spread of coronavirus and the requirement of social distancing, has meant these shelters were unable to run to full capacity.
Tens of thousands of homes have been damaged and destroyed and many villages have been left submerged by the flooding. An estimated 14.2 million people are at risk of being affected by the devastation left by the cyclone, leaving them homeless and without food, water or belongings.
The total level of devastation in Bangladesh remains to be assessed, but it’s clear that there has been widespread destruction in affected areas.
Women, children and babies are at serious risk of hunger and have little protection or safety from Coronavirus. Global One are working to provide essential life-saving aid to those who have been hit by the cyclone.
Donate Food, Hygiene Kits and Emergency Shelters, so that vulnerable people can stay safe during this terrifying time.
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