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Emergencies - areas of concern

Christian Aid works around the world through partners on the ground who are able to respond as disasters and crises happen.

These are some of the emergencies we are currently monitoring and responding to:


Malawi floods

Two women wade through flood water

Thousands have been left homeless - we are acting fast to get them shelter and provisions.

Typhoon Hagupit

A woman among destroyed homes

Typhoon Hagupit hits the Philippines

Cyclone Hudhud

The area Cyclone Hudhud is expected to affect

Cyclone Hudhud slams into Indian coast

Metro Manila floods


Flooding has left Metro Manila and surrounding areas under water.


Recent Christian Aid emergency responses:

Supporting thousands left homeless by forceful Malawi floods

Winter storms in the Middle East

Service material: a sermon on Ebola

Floods in north-west Pakistan - September 2014

South Sudan - humanitarian briefing paper

South Sudan crisis

Typhoon Glenda strikes the Philippines

Cambodia: human rights defenders still detained

India cyclone - October 2013

India floods - June 2013

Flooding in Bolivia

Haiti earthquake: four years on

Typhoon Haiyan strikes the Philippines

Pakistan floods

Pakistan earthquake 

Two typhoons devastate the Philippines

Nicaragua floods - August 2013

Myanmar floods leave thousands homeless - August 2013

Displacement crisis in north-west Pakistan - June 2013

Gaza conflict and Middle East crisis - November 2012

Haiti Hurricane Sandy - November 2012

West Africa food crisis - summer 2012

Sierra Leone cholera epidemic - August 2012

Assam, India, floods - August 2012

Bangladesh floods - July 2012

Crisis in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo - July 2012  

Conflict in South Sudan - May 2012  

East Africa food crisis - summer 2011



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