“Thank you, Castle Water. Your vital support is helping Save the Children reach some of the world’s most vulnerable children.”
Save the Children
Already in 2019, Save the Children’s Emergency Fund has helped children in 13 different countries across the world – including in response to Cyclone Idai which caused a trail of destruction throughout Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe.
Thanks to your support, Save the Children has been able to reach children and their families providing shelter, clean water and sanitation facilities. Today, this work continues rebuilding schools and providing water and sanitation systems.
We support Save the Children’s Emergency Fund because having readily available funds saves lives. Not only can Save the Children act quickly but this fund provides essential resources to keep Save the Children on the ground after the initial emergency passes, making it possible to implement long term sustainable resources like water and hygiene facilities for the world’s most vulnerable children.
Thanks to Save the Children’s Emergency Fund, with an allocation of £200,000, Save the Children were on the ground in Mozambique, ready to respond before the cyclone hit.
Three months after the disaster, Save the Children are still there.
Following Cyclone Idai and Kenneth, and working across Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, Save the Children has:
Three months on, the initial emergency is over. However, Save the Children’s work continues:
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