By Worldbulletin staff
Muslim Aid says is responding to the current crisis in Myanmar (formally known as Burma) after the devastating Cyclone Nargis hit the country this Saturday 4th May.
According to Reuters sources, the government has called for international assistance as food and clean water supplies are running low. Prices of fuel and construction materials have also risen dramatically in the wake of the storm.
Muslim Aid is appealing for $2 million worth of funds to help the thousands of surviors left homeless by the disaster.
$200,000 has already been allocated as Muslim Aid prepares its relief work on the ground.
We will be working with our partners Global Medic providing clean water, medicine and emergency healthcare, the aid group says.
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