Coronavirus Emergency Appeal
Millions of lives are at stake as coronavirus continues to devastate fragile, war-torn countries like South Sudan and Afghanistan
The Coronavirus pandemic is pushing people living in the world’s poorest countries towards catastrophe. For families living in places already suffering from conflict, poverty and hunger, this is a crisis on top of a crisis. The pandemic is challenging weak health systems, damaging food supply chains, and eradicating livelihoods. Earning enough money to buy food is a real struggle.
Donations to Concern have been providing a vital lifeline to the world’s most vulnerable people but we need more support to continue our life-saving work.
Please donate now to our Coronavirus Emergency Appeal.
The generosity and compassion of Concern supporters during times of emergency is truly inspiring. Families living in extreme poverty remain at risk and need our assistance right now.
5 ways Concern is tackling the Coronavirus pandemic
- We’ve improved over 1.9 million people’s access to water.
- 301,000 people have received cash transfers to buy food and basic necessities.
- Our awareness campaigns have ensured that over 22 million people have received accurate information about coronavirus.
- We have supplied soap and hand sanitisers to 800,000 people, helping prevent the spread of the virus.
- We’ve trained 4,207 healthcare workers to recognise and tackle the symptoms of Covid-19.
Where your money goes
Our impact last year
extremely vulnerable people supported in 82 emergencies
people reached through our health interventions
people reached, in 24 of the world's poorest countries
Other ways to donate
You can also donate by telephone:
Just call our Supporter Care team on 0800 035 1803 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday and they can process card payments over the phone.