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Current Humanitarian Emergency Appeals

Please click the "Donate" button to show your support and give to these emergency appeals. You can also click on the headings to find out more about each appeal.

10/05/17 VANUATU CYCLONE EMERGENCY APPEAL

Vanuatu Cyclone Emergency Appeal
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tropical Cyclone Donna, which had been battering the islands of Vanuatu over the past week, has left a trail of damage in parts of the country. The Northern provinces have been most affected, in particular the Torba Province in the Anglican Diocese of Banks and Torres where many Anglicans live. ABM has launched an emergency appeal and seeks to raise $20,000 to assist ACOMV in the relief and recovery effort in the Torba Province. Funds will go towards food, shelter and clean water, plus sanitation and hygiene needs for those affected by Tropical Cyclone Donna. Fuel may also be needed for the Southern Cross, ACOM's boat, to transport relief aid. 

> Visit the Vanuatu Cyclone Emergency Appeal page

 

2/03/17 EAST AFRICA FAMINE RESPONSE

East Africa Famine Response
Drought is affecting communities in Kenya. ©ABM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


ABM has launched an emergency appeal as the crisis worsens in parts of East Africa due to extreme drought. Our partners, the Episcopal Church of South Sudan & Sudan and the Anglican Church of Kenya are responding to this urgent humanitarian emergency.

Visit the East Africa Famine Response page.

 

7/09/15 SYRIA EMERGENCY APPEAL

Child © Act Alliance/Paul Jeffrey
Child © Act Alliance/Paul Jeffrey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


ABM originally launched the Syria Emergency Appeal in September 2013 to provide emergency relief to many of the casualties, internally displaced persons and refugees in and around Syria. Due to the worsening humanitarian crisis, a new response was launched earlier this year by ACT Alliance. Through our membership with ACT Alliance, ABM is accepting donations in support of other ACT members in the region who are responding to the ongoing refugee crisis. 

Visit the Syria Emergency Appeal page.

 

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