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41 Million Affected by Heavy Flooding in South Asia

Torrential downpour have caused severe flooding in India, Bangladesh and Nepal, killing 1,200 people and affecting 41 million people. Countless homes have been destroyed. Many are deprived of food and water for days.

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Integral Launches a Joint Disaster Response for the Yemen Crisis

Integral Alliance has launched a Disaster Response for the growing crisis in Yemen. Four Integral Members either have work in the country or work through partners, with a further seven Members ready to support work already going in the sectors of health, food security and WASH ...

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In the Revolution of Time – CEDAR’s 25 years of Walk with the Poor

CEDAR’s 25th Anniversary and Inauguration Ceremony has been successfully held at Mongkok Baptist Church on 9 July, 2016. Together with more than a hundred guests, we counted the blessings of the Lord and thanked our compassionate God who has faithfully led CEDAR in the past 25 years. We have also witnessed the inauguration of our new chief executive, Dr. Raymond Kwong...

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Ecuador Quake Relief Work Calling for Your Immediate Support

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has hit Ecuador on April 16, following up by a 6.1 magnitude aftershock on April 20. CEDAR supports Integral Alliance's member institutions to provide emergency relief...

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Integral Responds to Cyclone Winston in Fiji Immediate Release

Integral Members have raised an alert for Cyclone Winston, a category 5 storm which cut a path of destruction across Fiji on 20-21 February 2016. Damage to agriculture is estimated to be US$61 million with 100 per cent of crops destroyed in the worst affected areas. With an estimated 50,000 people currently sheltering in nearly 800 evacuation centres, the Fiji government has declared a 30 day State of Natural Disaster...

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Integral DR alert raised for East Africa Food Crisis

[Press release]
An Alert for an Integral Response was raised on 30th September 2015 for increasing food insecurity in East Africa, with Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan especially affected. Extreme weather patterns, caused by a particularly strong El Niño, are causing floods and droughts in many regions of the world. The implications of these weather extremes are life threatening for millions of people in majority world countries who are dependent on agriculture and fishing ...

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