India Floods Children in Crisis Fund
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More than 150,000 people, among them an estimated 65,000 children, have been forced from their homes after the heaviest monsoon rains in the past 60 years caused flash floods and landslides in northern India's mountainous Uttarakhand region. The disaster has been called the "Himalayan tsunami" because of its rapid onset and scale.
Save the Children is mobilizing the delivery of shelter materials, food, and other aid to children and families affected by the worst flooding in northern India in decades.
Please donate now to the India Floods Children in Crisis Fund to support Save the Children's responses to ongoing and urgent needs as a result of the disaster.