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Disaster hits Malaysian shores

World Vision Malaysia has completed its fundraising effort for Malaysia Floods. If you would like to support our work in ongoing disasters and emergencies around the world, please give to General Humanitarian Emergencies Fund.


Updated: 25 February 2015

The worst floods in 30 years have affected several states, especially the northern and eastern regions, displacing over 200,000 people.

World Vision Malaysia is partnering with a Malaysian relief organisation CREST (Crisis Relief Services and Training) to provide emergency aid to the affected communities. We responded in the most affected areas, including Tumpat, Kuala Krai, Tanah Merah, Rantau Panjang, and Gua Musang in Kelantan.


Click here for stories on World Vision's flood relief efforts.

Here is an update of our work to date:

World Vision Malaysia was able to reach 1275 families in Kelantan.

Food Aid (Food Kits), Non-food items (Hygiene Kits, Cooking Kit, Face Masks, Mosquitoes Nets), Education (Back to School Kit, Uniform)

1175 families received food kits395 students received school uniforms1085 families received cooking utensils1618 families & 150 children received drinking water171 families & 730 children received face masks
1001 families received hygiene kits1368 students received back to school kits1115 families received cleaning kits1380 families received mosquito nets


The next phase of rehabilitation will take place in districts of Tumpat, Machang, Kuala Krai and Gua Musang in Kelantan.

We will focus on these 3 sectors:

1) Economic Livelihood Recovery
2) Disaster Risk Reduction
3) WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) & Health and Nutrition


Click the links below for stories on World Vision's flood relief efforts.


To view more images, click here.

Disclaimer: World Vision Malaysia fully intends to spend all funds raised in an appeal on responding to the immediate and longer term needs of the people affected by the emergency. However, we make the following legal disclaimer to allow for changes in circumstances beyond our control that may limit our ability to utilise these funds. For example, a change in the political or security situation in a country could mean it is no longer possible to carry out our work. Should the funds raised exceed the amount required to meet the immediate and longer term needs of the people in the affected area, World Vision will use the excess funds to help people in other life-threatening emergency situations.

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