Monday, February 24, 2020
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Flooded Crosslands campground faces momentous clean-up task

Submerged in 1.2 metres of water, the whole site—including low-lying cabins and facilities—is now covered in 100 millimetres of mud and debris.

Adventists in Townsville brace for more heavy rain

Church leaders are calling for prayer amid the flood crisis impacting communities in northern Queensland.

Local response to Haiti hurricane

ADRA Australia chief financial officer Melville Simonsz has been seconded to the global ADRA network’s emergency response team in Haiti in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.

ADRA India responds to flooding

Heavy rain in a north-eastern state of India earlier this month has caused major floods and landslides, leaving hundreds dead and millions displaced.

ADRA responds to Myanmar floods

Severe flooding in Myanmar following Cyclone Komen has affected 1.1 million people across 12 of the country’s 14 states.

Myanmar floods damage 32 Adventist churches

Seventh-day Adventist relief workers are distributing food and other essential items in Myanmar after heavy flooding killed at least 46 people and affected more than 210,000.

Adventists affected by NSW storms

Heavy rains and strong winds have caused havoc across New South Wales' east coast, with 200,000 homes still without power in Sydney, Central Coast and the Hunter Region.

Cyclone Pam slams Vanuatu

Thousands of people have been affected over the weekend as Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam took an unexpected change of course, crashing into key populated areas of Vanuatu with winds of up to 270km per hour.

Cyclone Marcia: ADRA on the ground

As clean-up and recovery operations ramp up, communities devastated by Cyclone Marcia are banding together for strength and looking to the outside for help.

Adventists help clean-up after typhoon

Adventist relief workers have been deployed to the areas of the Philippines hardest hit by typhoon Hagupit, which killed at least 27 people and caused widespread flooding, church leaders said on Wednesday.
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