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The unimaginable

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The vast numbers of men, sildenafil women and children already dead is difficult to imagine but many, many more will die from water-borne diseases and lack of shelter if aid is not dispatched immediately.

I was so lucky to have survived – the woman who had a souvenir shop underneath my hotel escaped with me. The wave took everything of hers away: her shop as well as her house, everything. Yet, she was still offering me whatever cash she had in her pocket to make sure that I get home safely. I mean, despite the fact that she had nothing, she still wanted to give everything that she had. So please, give generously because a lot of people have absolutely nothing other than what they are wearing.
Vicky Wong, Phuket

Please, give what you can.

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières

Aid Sri Lanka

UNICEF

Australian Foundation for Asia and Pacific

CARE Australia

The Australian Red Cross

Oxfam

World Vision

American Red Cross

Mercy Corps

Catholic Relief Services

Oxfam America

International Medical Corps

Care USA

Direct Relief International

International Orthodox Christian Charities

Operation USA

Thanks to Russ Weakley at Max Design and Prabhath Sirisena via the Web Standards Group mailing list for compiling the list of aid agencies already in action.

5 Responses to “The unimaginable”

  1. Mary
    December 28th, 2004 13:50
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    Thank God you are back. We needed you in this time of crisis.

  2. Daisy
    December 28th, 2004 14:23
    2

    Thank you Mary, what a lovely, lovely welcome back.

  3. Falling Sky
    December 30th, 2004 19:16
    3

    No Island

    “No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory

  4. chasingdaisy.com » Blog Archive » Blogging for Aid #20
    December 6th, 2005 11:17
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    […] Thank you to everyone who stopped by. I know that a lot of the charity websites are having difficulty coping with demand but do dig deep and keep trying. […]

  5. chasingdaisy.com » Blog Archive » How about this then…
    December 6th, 2005 11:42
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    […] A mini unofficial half-blogathon to run from 14:30 to 02:30 GMT – I’ll post every half hour and… you donate a Dollar/Pound/Euro/Rand/Rial for every post you enjoy to any charity [there’s a long list here!] that is helping in the relief effort for the millions (yes, it’s millions) of victims Asia quake. […]

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