UCC appeals for funds for cyclone recovery in Africa

The United Church of Christ has issued an emergency appeal to assist several countries in Africa devastated by two deadly tropical cyclones which ripped through the Southern Hemisphere just weeks apart. UCC Disaster Ministries hopes to raise $200,000 to increase the International Emergency Relief Fund to respond to disasters around the world, including in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, first left reeling by Cyclone Idai on March 15 and Cyclone Kenneth on April 24. Read the UCC News story. 

Categories: Disaster Updates

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