Kerala: Devastation Leaves More Than 200,000 People Unable To Return Home, Warns Christian Aid
Kerala’s floods and landslides have left ruin so terrible that around 200,000 people will be unable return home for at least six months, Christian Aid estimates.A further 75,000 people in the south Indian State will ...
Climate change will make devastating Kerala floods more common warns Christian Aid
Friday August 24th, 2018.
With more than a million people displaced by flooding in Kerala, Christian Aid has warned that more devastating floods in India will become the norm if nothing is done to tackle climate change.As efforts continue ...
Christian Aid launches emergency appeal to help the most vulnerable affected by deadly Kerala floods
Monday August 20th, 2018.
Christian Aid is appealing for funds for the floods in Kerala, and is already targetting 20,000 people with relief supplies.
Hurricane Irma exposes Trump’s wilful blindness on climate change says Christian Aid
8 September 2017.
- Report predicts Miami to be world’s most financially exposed city to coastal climate change President Trump’s reckless attitude to climate change is being shown to be folly as Hurricane Irma tears towards Miami.Last year a Christian ...
Cities in India and US will continue to be most at risk from future flooding says Christian Aid report
1 September 2017.
- Kolkata, Mumbai and Miami ranked as most vulnerable coastal cities exposed to flooding- World must act to tackle climate change to avoid future flood induced mayhem As floodwaters cause death and destruction in South Asia and ...
Christian Aid responds to help those suffering in South Asia floods
31 August 2017.
Christian Aid is bringing emergency relief to families in India, Nepal and Bangladesh as more than a thousand people have been killed and 40 million more affected by floods.The charity has deployed £45,000 of emergency funds and ...
‘A deluge of devastation’ – Christian Aid launches appeal for Sierra Leone’s mudslide survivors
17 August 2017.
Christian Aid has today launched an emergency appeal for survivors of the Sierra Leone mudslide.