• See below for how you can help survivors in Myanmar today.
  • Clean Water

    Reduce sickness and loss of life by giving clean water to families, right in their communities.

  • Learning & Skills

    Lift children and adults out of poverty by giving them education and skills training.

  • Food Sufficiency

    Reduce hunger by helping families grow more food.

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  • Help families in Myanmar recover from Cyclone Komen.
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HOPE International Development Agency

URGENT APPEAL TO HELP CYCLONE KOMEN SURVIVORS IN MYANMAR

Cyclone Komen, a massive storm that lashed Myanmar earlier this week, has affected more than 300,000 people. Nearly 1 million acres of farmland are submerged. Food and clean water are scarce to non-existent. Shelter is equally hard to find. Roads have vanished and rivers, normally used for transportation, continue to rage and remain choked with tons of debris.

It costs $100 to help provide one family with what they need in order to recover from this terrible disaster. Your gift of $50, $75, $100, or more would be a blessing as it helps provide a family with urgently needed items such as food, clean water, sanitation, hygiene, shelter, fodder for their farm animals, and support for their farms.



Be a part of helping 1 million of the world's neglected poor drink clean water, grow more food,
improve their health, go to school, and earn enough income to become self-reliant this year.


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    Provide monthly support for an orphaned or disadvantaged child, a family, or an entire community and free them from poverty.

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