Fundraise or donate to these charities who are on the ground helping with relief efforts in the aftermath of Fiji's Cyclone Winston.
A NATION TORN APART
On February 21, Fiji was hit by the worst cyclone ever seen in the Southern Hemisphere.
The death toll from a massive category five cyclone that swept through Fiji is now believed to have risen to at least 10.
Cyclone Winston tore through on Saturday with winds gusting to 325km/h and waves up to 12m high, cutting communication across much of the country of about 900,000 people.
There are fears the official death toll will rise as aid agencies eventually gain access to remote villages.
"Homes have been destroyed, many low-lying areas have flooded," Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said earlier Sunday in a statement.
"In the aftermath of this great tragedy, many are without power and full access to water, and are cut off from communication."
SOURCE: NINE NEWS
Alice Clements, an official with UNICEF based in Suva, said she was concerned for hundreds of people who live in low-lying river areas in tin sheds, cultivating backyard crops for subsistence and sale in markets.
"The images that we're starting to see roll in are terrifying," she said.
SOURCE AND IMAGES: ABC
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