Appeal: Help those affected by Cyclone Mocha

Support Victims of Cyclone Mocha


On May 14th, Cyclone Mocha hit Bangladesh’s and Myanmar’s coastal districts with strong winds of up to 250 km/h and heavy rains.  

The storm’s impact on vulnerable and displaced communities is a major concern, particularly in the Rakhine state of Myanmar, where the cyclone has destroyed or damaged many shelters and water and sanitation structures.  

As the cyclone moves inland, humanitarian needs are expected to escalate significantly. Overcrowded evacuation shelters and lack of clean water greatly increase the risk of waterborne disease outbreaks.  

Urgent access to shelter, food, clean water, sanitation, and hygiene must be prioritized for those affected by the cyclone.  

Action Against Hunger teams are preparing to support communities affected In Bangladesh and Myanmar.   
By donating today, you can help us meet the urgent needs of those affected by Cyclone Mocha.