Give now and support UN Women’s humanitarian response.
Months of relentless rainfall in Kerala, southern India, has resulted in the worst floods in more than a century. More than 360 people have lost their lives, and as many as 85,000 people are now homeless—taking shelter in relief camps, where there is a shortage of clean water and medicines.
As is often the case in emergencies, women and girls are the hardest hit. That is why your donation to UN Women is so important—we ensure recovery efforts are gender-responsive.
Please donate now.
With your support, and in partnership with the government and other relief organizations in Kerala, UN Women will make sure women and girls’ immediate needs are addressed, and that they have a safe and supportive space where they can go during the recovery process.
Your gift will also support programmes to help women re-establish livelihoods. UN Women’s primary focus will be on 5,000 fisher women and farmers located in the worst-affected areas.