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SOUTH ASIA FLOODS FUND
Donate your Zakat & Sadaqah to the South Asia Floods Relief Fund which will provide urgent ongoing Humanitarian Assistance & Relief to all those affected by Flooding.
FOOD PACKS: £50
Each food pack costs £50 and feeds a family of 5 for one month, it contains foods such as barley, oats, lentils, powdered milk, flour, oil, sardines and other staples. Save lives today!
EMERGENCY SHELTER: £100
More than 40 million people have been affected by severe floods in South Asia. Homes have been destroyed. Livelihoods shattered. Families urgently need safe shelter.
MEDICAL PACKS: £150
Many medical facilities and essential services are submerged. With no access to clean water and the risk of waterborne diseases high - Provide Emergency Hygiene Kits.
South Asia experienced the worst flooding in decades, killing thousands and decimating millions of hectares of crop. Heavy monsoon rains of historic proportions have destroyed tens of thousands of houses, schools, hospitals and displaced millions.
Worst Monsoon Flooding in Decades
41 million people have been affected by the flooding in India, Bangladesh and Nepal.
One Million Homes Destroyed
Millions of people are without homes and need emergency shelter
Millions of Hectares Of Crop Destroyed
Chronic food shortages as thousands of hectares of farms have been washed away
South Asia Floods Emergency
Across South Asia 41 million people have been hit by the monsoon rains and heavy flooding which in some places is the worst it has been in nearly 30 years. In Bangladesh, India and Nepal thousands have been killed and millions displaced. Two-thirds of Bangladesh is now under water. Families have lost their homes and crops, with over 9,000km of roads and 500 bridges have been damaged, further complicating the relief effort. 18,000 schools have been destroyed or damaged and 1.8 million children cannot go to their classes in India, Bangladesh and Nepal. We haven’t seen flooding on this scale in years and it’s putting the long-term education of an enormous number of children at great risk.