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A massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck has Nepal, leaving over 5,000 people confirmed dead and many more homeless or injured. Millions are in need of urgent help. Please give.
Nearly 5000 people have died and over 10,000 have been infected by the Ebola virus. The outbreak is not only a health crisis, but also a humanitarian crisis with global dimensions.
Over 200,000 people have fled their homes - they urgently need food, water, shelter and medical care.
DEC fundraising is now closed, the UK public donated £27 million for help until March 2015.
DEC fundraising is now closed, the UK public donated £95 million for help until November 2016.
DEC fundraising is now closed, the UK public donated £79 million for help until July 2013.
A total of £71m was raised by the Pakistan Floods Appeal after more than 18 million people were affected by the disaster.
Donors gave £107m to help people recover from the country’s worst earthquake.
The DEC appeal raised £9.3m to help over five million people who were affected by typhoons and quakes.
Donors gave £10.5m towards meeting the needs of 1.5m people in 2008.
The DEC Appeal raised £392m to help people in South Asia, South East Asia and Somalia.
The DEC has been uniting the UK's leading aid agencies to finance humanitarian relief since 1963.