Intense Tropical Cyclone Idai in March was one of the worst tropical cyclones on record to affect Africa.
The Storm caused catastrophic damage in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, leaving more than 700 people dead and many hundreds more are missing
An initial assessment in Southern Africa by one of our trained volunteers confirms that the amount of aid required to respond to will be enormous.
We are in touch with Rotary contacts in Zimbabwe and South Africa and will be working in partnership with them as the situation resolves and manageable projects are identified.
Water filters capable of handling water borne diseases, tents, tarpaulins, home repair kits, and tools are all known to be required.
Two DARTS are currently on there way with SkyHydrants.
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Over the past year Disaster Aid Australia (DAA) has been working to help provide 'Safe Water for Every Child' to children at rural schools in Bhutan.
The project has been in conjunction with our local partners; The Rotary Club of Thimphu and the Bhutan Ministry of Education.
A number of SkyHydrant installations have been completed, including this one at the Zhemgang school.
Tests on water quality and reviewing attendance records of the schools, have shown we are making a real difference to the children's health.
At a DAA Board meeting on the 12th May it was decided to adopt a target of achieving Safe Drinking Water for EVERY Rural School in Bhutan.
To meet this ambitious target we will need to raise $1,000,000 over the next 2 years.
Can you help?
Do you know an organisation, or an individual who can support us?
For more information; Contact DAA