On May 20, Super-Cyclone Amphan made landfall, hitting regions of Bangladesh and India particularly hard. It is the strongest cyclone to form in the Bay of Bengal since 1999.
Some 100 people have died, and nearly 10 million people across the region are estimated to have been affected. Islamic Relief teams in the area responded immediately to get emergency food aid and other essential items to vulnerable communities.
Although the cyclone’s strength has dwindled, the need is still immense. Donate now towards our Global Emergencies Fund to support our critical relief efforts across the region.
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