Fiji Cyclone


On Saturday the 20th of February 2016 a category five storm wreaked havoc on the small island nation of Fiji. Experts say it may have been the biggest storm ever to impact the Southern Hemisphere.

The cyclone caused severe devastation throughout Fiji, including the total destruction of entire villages.  Many people are without electricity and running water due to fallen power lines and burst water mains.

Anglican Aid had links with Christian leaders in Fiji and worked through them to deliver emergency aid.

Please continue to pray for the people of Fiji at this difficult time!

This appeal has now closed.

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EMERGENCY Fiji Cyclone

Anglican Aid has launched an emergency appeal for victims of Cyclone Winston, a category 5 storm that lashed the islands of Fiji last Saturday night.

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$10,000 for Fiji Cyclone

Anglican Aid has sent an initial emergency grant of $10,000  to Fiji on Monday 29 February 2016. Anglican Aid's partner in Fiji is the Anglican Cathedral of Suva. Dean Claude  Fong Toy is the Dean of the Cathedral and provided Anglican Aid with up to date information on the current situation following the cyclone. Donors will be particularly interested to  understand how the church will assist the many flood affected communities.

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