Please support our Sri Lanka flood appeal

Thank for you supporting Save the Children’s Sri Lanka crisis cause. You may have heard that up to 400,000 children in eastern parts of Sri Lanka around Trincomale, Batticaloa and Ampara are now facing a food crisis caused by the devastating floods. Heavy…Read More

Please support our Sri Lanka flood appeal

Hi there, Thank for you supporting Save the Children’s Sri Lanka crisis cause. You may have heard that up to 400,000 children in eastern parts of Sri Lanka around Trincomale, Batticaloa and Ampara are now facing a food crisis caused by the devastating…Read More

Sri Lanka cause update by Save the Children

· Elections in the Northern Province (including Vavuniya) have been proposed but parties have suggested delaying elections until the IDP situation stabilizes. · Reports suggest that there are more than 260,000 displaced people in Vavuniya and a further…Read More

Sri Lanka cause update by Save the Children

More than 286,000 displaced people who have fled the fighting are now living in temporary camps in Vavuniya, Jaffna and Trincomelee in the north of the country. Families have had to flee their homes because of conflict. Their crops and livelihoods have been…Read More

Sri Lanka cause update from Save the Children

Kopika's story "When we left our home village I was only able to bring one extra set of clothes apart from what I was wearing. I wanted to bring my school books, but we knew we had to cross the water so there was no point in bringing them. "After we came…Read More

Sri Lanka crisis update from Save the Children

--------------------------------------- Save the Children UK's CEO is now in Sri Lanka. Follow her updates on twitter @stcukceo --------------------------------------- Save the Children in Sri Lanka - What we're doing o We're operating 15 child friendly…Read More

Save the Children launches £2.5 million emergency appeal for children affected by conflict in Sri Lanka

Save the Children has launched a £2.5 million appeal to ensure we can continue to help children and families caught up in the conflict. Save the Children estimates 100,000 displaced people are struggling to survive in the northern tip of Sri Lanka and…Read More
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