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by .famvin | Feb 12, 2022 | Disasters and Responses, International Association of Charities - Ladies of Charity, News
Once again, Madagascar has been hit by a natural disaster that has received little media coverage. This time, the...
AIC-Lebanon sends its warmest thanks to all those people who generously sent donations after the explosion that devastated Beirut on August 4th.
On November 25, 2020, a thick plume of smoke appeared above the mountain of the Ile Lewotolok in Lembata, heralding a volcanic eruption. Two days later, stones and a thick ash shower encompassed the surrounding area.
On June 3, 2018, the eruption of the Fuego volcano (Guatemala) buried dozens of people and left hundreds of families homeless and many more at risk.
The people in this region have always suffered from food shortages, which have been dramatically exacerbated in recent years by climate change.
“To return home” … we have all heard or used that expression on many occasions. Usually those words have a positive meaning.
Since Tuesday, November 3, Hurricane Eta made landfall on the Nicaraguan coast, creating a drama of great proportions for the neighboring country, Honduras.
Excessive rain has caused many disruptions in the lives in the residents of Pernambuco and Alagoas in Northeastern Brazil.
The unique Australian environment and biodiversity, and the industries it fosters (including food and wine production and tourism), have been hit hard by the bushfires – and it is only one month into summer.
Father Luigi Cannato, CM ministering in Albania, calls upon all the members of the Vincentian Family to support the many poor families who have been affected by the recent earthquake.
Terri and husband Tane immigrated to New Zealand from Kiribati islands in 2008 with their 2-year-old son. They initially lived with friends.