Natural disasters can have devastating impacts on communities. Landslides, earthquakes, floods, tsunamis and bush fires are some examples of the types of natural occurrences which trigger emergency relief responses.
Other types of crises such as civil war and conflict can also lead to emergency situations where many people are displaced and need urgent assistance.
ABM supports our partners not only by providing emergency relief aid, but also by helping to prepare them for emergency situations and educating them on methods to mitigate the effects of climate change.
Click on the links below to find out more about how ABM works with other partners around the world to respond to humanitarian emergencies and also helping our partners with disaster preparedness.
ABM’s AID has raised an appeal to support the most vulnerable people affected by the floods in Eastern Australia.
Our emergency appeal for Myanmar which began in July 2021 has gone into a new (third) phase. The needs are greater than ever.
AID and our partners are working both internationally and with local communities to address many key issues through...
This fund has been used to help some of the most vulnerable people across seven African countries. The money reached vulnerable families...
Read a report of how your funds were spent in the Tonga volcanic eruption and tsunami emergency response and recovery.
AID’s partner, the Anglican Diocese of Polynesia, has delivered much-needed food and rebuilding supplies to tsunami-affected families in Tonga.
The Church in Myanmar has provided oxygen cylinders and COVID-19 medical advice to people affected by COVID-19 when hospital care is hard to access.
ABM’s response to the 2019-2020 Australian bushfires raised more than $72,000 from the generosity of our Australian supporters and partners overseas.
Imagine the sound of a cyclone ripping tiles or tin from your roof. Imagine the aftermath of the cyclone...
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