In mid-March, Cyclone Idai hit South Eastern Africa - a disaster for tens of thousands of people. Today, nearly 6 months after Cyclone Idai hit, the immediacy of the crisis may be over, but the lasting effects continue to be felt by those in the worst-hit communities. Together, we are supporting communities, focusing on sustainability and building their resilience for the future.
With your prayers, financial support and advocacy in the wake of the cyclone, the response had an amazing impact.
Thank you for your help
We have shared many examples of unity and transformation throughout our response. Your giving has helped the community of Chigodole to become stronger. The Care Workers, Primary Care Givers and local Hands at Work volunteers have cultivated a garden of potatoes and cabbages, and the harvest is promising to be plentiful. Each Care Worker and Primary Care Giver benefitted from their own portion of the harvest, which has created unity and a sense of ownership within the community.
Moving forward, you will receive an update on Cyclone Idai response efforts in November via a Newsletter. In the coming months, additional updates on our efforts can be found on our website and social media.
“And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” Colossians 3:17