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Emergency Response

  1. Overview

  2. Natural calamities pose significant threats to the development of children, disrupting their access to education, healthcare, and essential services, and exposing them to trauma and psychological distress. Displacement, loss of homes, and separation from families further compound the challenges children face in the aftermath of disasters. Interventions must prioritize the unique needs of children affected by natural calamities, ensuring access to safe shelter, nutrition, healthcare, and psychosocial support to mitigate the impact on their well-being and development. Such efforts align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, and SDG 13: Climate Action, emphasizing the importance of building resilience, reducing vulnerability, and promoting sustainable development in the face of natural disasters.

Flood Responses

COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control

COVID-19 Relief Response

Ground Activation for COVID-19 Vaccination