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SINGAPORE, 10 October – MERCY Relief, Singapore’s leading independent disaster relief agency, is on the ground working with local partners in Bangladesh, where 519,000 people have settled since 25 August. These affected communities have been displaced after fleeing the humanitarian crisis in Rakhine State of Myanmar.
SINGAPORE, 26 September – MERCY Relief, Singapore’s leading independent disaster relief agency, is deploying a three-person team to conduct aid distribution in Bangladesh, where over 436,000 people have settled in makeshift camps. The affected communities have been displaced after fleeing the humanitarian crisis in Rakhine State of Myanmar.
Mercy Relief, Singapore’s leading independent disaster relief agency has been working closely with partners on the ground to distribute emergency supplies to families affected by the South Asia Floods. Operations are taking place in Bangladesh, India and Nepal, and the team is expected to reach more than 1,000 households during its initial response. Those deployed saw the devastation first hand and have accessed that food shortages, limited access to clean water and water-borne illnesses will be key concerns in the following weeks.
Mercy Relief, Singapore’s leading independent disaster relief agency is en route to conduct a multi-country relief distribution operation with ground-partners in India, Bangladesh and Nepal, where several regions have been deluged by the seasonal monsoon rains.
Representatives of Mercy Relief will be conducting the first phase of disaster response, distributing items such as food, water and hygiene kits to fulfil the urgent needs of the affected communities.