Cyclone Idai Donation Appeal!
Help Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe as the three countries respond to the Cyclone IDAI trail of destruction. Millions of people are affected and hundred of thousands are finding it difficult to come to terms with their current fate after losing their loved ones including material possessions to floods.
Cyclone IDAI is one of the worst natural disasters to have hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. Humana People to People is present in the three countries with its members’ undertaking development work. Some of the development efforts have been affected by the storm.
Humana People to People members ADPP Mozambique, DAPP Zimbabwe and DAPP Malawi are in the area coordinating with emergency response mechanisms to provide basic assistance to those affected and prepare for longer-term recovery.
The storm, which first struck Mozambique before moving inland to Zimbabwe and Malawi, caused widespread flooding and has affected more than 2 million lives.
Central Mozambique was hit particularly hard. It is estimated that 90 percent of Beira, a port city that is home to about half a million people was destroyed. A major emerging problem affecting Beira city is the outbreak of cholera. As rescue workers struggle to reach remote regions, they are confronting obstacles like floods, debris, damaged roads and bridges.
You may support Cyclone Idai victims and survivors, by donating to the relief efforts currently underway in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe and can use the GoFundMe link below to support the humanitarian efforts on-going.
Funds raised through this appeal will be used to provide relief items such as emergency shelter and clothing, food assistance, water purification and health assistance. Updates will be provided as the situation develops.