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Farmers in Zimbabwe learn Conservation Farming to ensure they always have enough to eat. Richard Wainwright/Act for Peace

When you give to an emergency appeal, you’ll ensure Act for Peace and our partners are able to respond fast to give people what they need most to survive – whether it’s food, shelter, water or clothing.

But we’re in for the long-haul too, by supporting communities in protracted crises until they’re able to get back on their feet. Your gift can support long-term development projects that help vulnerable communities to tackle their own problems – such projects include giving girls a brighter future through education or helping refugees to return home safely after a conflict is ended.

  • Indonesia Emergency

    Emergency response continues for survivors of the devastating Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami. Your gifts mean our partner on the ground can reach families in desperate need with clean water, tarpaulins and emergency housing.

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  • Gift of Education

    Sadly, most children in rural Pakistan can’t get the education they need to realise their dreams and escape poverty. Please give a gift today and help more children go to school and grow up with a future full of possibility.

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  • Philippines Typhoon Appeal

    Typhoon Mangkhut is the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year, and is expected to destroy everything in its path, causing widespread damage to buildings, infrastructure, crops and livestock.

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  • Vanuatu Emergency

    A state of emergency has been declared on the island of Ambae in Vanuatu, following the volcanic activity that has affected the island since September last year. Please help our island neighbours and help ease the suffering of families from Ambae today.

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  • Rohingya Emergency

    Already, more than 400,000 people are estimated to have crossed the border in Bangladesh seeking refuge from the violence.

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  • The Christmas Bowl

    The Christmas Bowl appeal is our way of forging a loving connection between our Christian community here in Australia and people around the world who are experiencing dreadful hardship and suffering.

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The impact of our work

The impact of our work

With your help, we’re transforming communities across the world – protecting and saving lives when disaster hits, and helping people build lasting change.

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