The organization Un Verre d'Eau is committed to the victims of cyclones in Madagascar

After Batsirai and Ana, cyclone Emnati threatens Madagascar. A Glass of Water stands alongside the victims of these disasters.

Madagascar should be affected Tuesday evening by Hurricane Emnati, which has just passed off Réunion and Mauritius, in the Indian Ocean.


The organization Un Verre d'Eau has already received more than 15 euros in donations for the victims of Batsirai and Ana. To join this surge of generosity, you can make a donation here.

At the heart of the hurricane season, the big island is still healing its wounds. Before Emnati, hurricanes Ana and Batsirai had done a lot of damage, both in terms of infrastructure and on a human level, since we deplore 55 deaths after the passage of Ana, and 111 deaths after the passage of Batsirai. This last cyclone had also devastated "the rice granary" of a country already "facing food distress linked to global warming" according to theUnited Nations.

Assured that together we can decide to be a bright spot for thousands of Malagasy people, the charity Un Verre d'Eau launched a donation campaign in favor of the victims of Batsirai and Ana. Already more than 15 euros have been raised in just 000 days!

The objective is to provide essential supplies, food, water, hygiene products, mattresses, blankets or other kitchen utensils essential to the survival of the victims of these devastating cyclones. But the organization also wants to think about reconstruction and will also finance the construction of buildings to shelter these families.

The partners of Un Verre d'Eau, Esther Razanampinoana and the Malagasy Miracle, are already on the ground and stand close to the victims while waiting for your generosity. To reach out to them, simply make a donation to Un Verre d'Eau, here. Donations from this campaign will be distributed 100% to partner associations and beneficiaries.


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