Honduras - Hurricane Eta and Iota
Read more about the two ferocious hurricanes and see how we’ve helped in Honduras.
Could provide three tough, treated mosquito nets that protect against insect-borne diseases
Could provide a shelter kit full of tools, rope, tarpaulins and more, so a family can repair their home
Could provide two water filtration kits that make contaminated water drinkable
Could provide a bespoke all-purpose tent, large enough for a whole family
Providing items that save lives and rebuild homes
When disasters destroy homes, shelter is essential. Your donation will provide the tools and materials to create quality shelters, and rebuild lives. We use your support to choose exactly the right aid for each community after disaster strikes.
Essentials after disasters
Driving change for vulnerable families
Security and shelter all year round
Help us to provide shelter 365 days of the year
Natural disasters and conflicts never take days off, and neither do we. By supporting us with a regular gift you will help families in need of shelter around the world, wherever the next disaster strikes.
Protection from life-threatening diseases
Shelter kits enable families to fix damaged walls and roofs. They are more than just tools – they are an opportunity for self-recovery.
Safe, clean drinking water
Safety from the elements and privacy for families
Going the extra mile to reach remote communities
Providing a safe place to call home
Transforming lives by igniting hope
We’re in the middle of an incredibly busy time, and our resources are pushed to the limit.
In the Philippines families have been battered by several typhoons, including Super Typhoon Goni, which has already affected 2.1 million people. Families have endured so much in the last few weeks.
Another life-threatening storm, Hurricane Eta, wreaked havoc across several countries in Central America and the Caribbean. Hurricane Iota now threatens more catastrophic damage along a similar path.
We are actively preparing to respond in both regions.
Meanwhile our coronavirus response continues, supporting families who need shelter and essential items to protect themselves from the deadly virus. This month’s powerful storms are a stark reminder that disasters don’t stop for coronavirus.
Your support is needed now more than ever.