HELP CHILDREN AFFECTED
BY CYCLONES IN
SOUTHERN AFRICA

Donate to protect children today

£24 could provide life-saving salts to at least 60 children suffering from dehydration caused by diarrhoea.

£11 could provide 3055 water purification tablets to help families purify water in emergency situations.

£5 a month could help provide exercise books for 15 children so they can continue their education in times of crisis or disaster.

£80 could help pay for school supplies to help at least 20 children continue their education in an emergency.

UNICEF’s family hygiene and dignity kit contain a bucket, washing powder, bars of soap, shampoo, tooth brushes, tooth paste, washable napkins among others. Photo by Kazutaka Sekine

£65 can provide an emergency water and hygiene kit for two families in an emergency.

UNICEF’s family hygiene and dignity kit contain a bucket, washing powder, bars of soap, shampoo, tooth brushes, tooth paste, washable napkins among others. Photo by Kazutaka Sekine

£33 can provide an emergency water and hygiene kit for a family in an emergency.

Sorry, we can only process donations of £1 and above due to admin costs.

Mozambique. Thousands of children and their families have been forced to temporary shelters after their homes were destroyed or flooded.
Unicef/Prinsloo

A second deadly cyclone has struck

Cyclone Kenneth has struck the already devastated Mozambique, putting a further 70,000 lives are in danger. Unicef is on the ground already providing life-saving supplies, but we need your help to reach children and families in danger. Please donate now.

Not yet recovered from the devastation of Cyclone Idai

Cyclone Idai triggered a massive disaster in southern Africa. 3 million people in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe have been impacted by flooding – around half of them children.

Homes have been destroyed, forcing people into temporary camps. Electricity and water supplies have been cut, and thousands of children are at risk from deadly diseases such as cholera.

How will my donation help children?

Unicef is already on the ground, providing essential supplies and support and saving lives. To prevent the cholera outbreak from growing, we are ensuring families have access to clean water and are helping to distribute almost 1 million vaccines.

While Unicef’s emergency preparedness ensured that plans and supplies were in place before the cyclone hit, we urgently need more support, so we can continue our work protecting children now and in days to come.

By donating today, you can help us respond for children and families with life-saving support. Please donate now.

 

For the first 12 months, all monthly donations through this appeal will go to children affected by cyclones in southern Africa. After that, they will go to our Children’s Emergency Fund so Unicef can help protect children whenever disaster strikes. In the unlikely event that the funds raised exceed funding requirements for this appeal, your gift will also go to our Children’s Emergency Fund. 

Mozambique. Unicef has set up temporary medical facilities to ensure children and their families have access to care.
Unicef/Prinsloo