Disaster relief providing funeral assistance, shelter, food and water. Taiwan building fire, at least 46 people died and another 41 were injured in a fire in that engulfed a building overnight. The 13-storey building caught fire at about 3am local time (20:00 BST) on Thursday, officials in the city of Kaohsiung said. An earlier fire department statement said the blaze was “extremely fierce” and destroyed many floors. Rescue operations are still underway, with more than 377 rescue workers deployed to the scene. More than 100 residents, many of them senior citizens with physical disabilities, live in the building, The fire happened overnight; the majority of residents were elderly; the stairwells were full of debris; and the building materials did not meet fire safety standards.
Support families of Indonesia plane crash, the Boeing 737-500 series passenger jet carried 62 people, including six active crew. By Sunday afternoon, divers had retrieved items from the plane in waters northwest of the Indonesian capital, Jakarta: chunks of fuselage, airplane wheels and waterlogged children’s clothes. The cause of the crash, after the plane lost more than 10,000 feet in altitude within a minute, is not yet known. Transportation Safety Committee, said that the relatively tight debris radius as seen in video footage suggested preliminarily that the plane may have broken apart when it hit the water, rather than exploding in midair. The Sriwijaya plane that crashed on Saturday was not a Max, nor was it equipped with the problematic anti-stall software.
The children in war-torn Yemen are up against severe malnutrition, desperate poverty and the most devastating impacts of COVID-19. In Taiz city alone, 47 schools were “totally destroyed in the fighting. Children certainly didn't start the war in Yemen, but they’re paying the highest price with their lives and their futures. Years of conflict have made Yemen the world’s largest humanitarian crisis and that was before the pandemic. Now as COVID-19 spreads rapidly, the country's health system threatens to collapse completely, leaving children with nothing.
More than 12 million children are in need of humanitarian assistance. In addition to COVID-19, disease outbreaks are a constant threat and more than 2 million children under the age of 5 experience malnutrition.
Children have been without adequate nutrition, safe water or access to basic healthcare throughout six years of war and, with schools destroyed and made unsafe, millions of children were out of school even before the pandemic.
The war has killed tens of thousands of people, mostly civilians, and resulted in what the UN has described as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
Some 3.3 million people have been displaced from their homes and 24 million, or more than 80 percent of the population, are in need of aid
We call on the whole world and the business community to save the children.
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