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China Flood Response

Support relief and recovery efforts in response to the ongoing flooding in Guangdong China.


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According to meteorological authorities, there has been a significant increase in precipitation in Dabu County this year compared to previous years. From January to April, the average cumulative rainfall in the county reached 744.6 millimeters, which is 84% more than the same period last year, which recorded 406.8 millimeters. Particularly noteworthy is the period since the onset of the rainy season in April (since April 4th), during which the average accumulated rainfall in the county exceeded 564 millimeters, marking a 331% increase compared to the same period last year.

Continuous heavy rainfall in recent days has caused damage in multiple areas of Guangdong. On April 27th, around 15:00, a tornado struck Zhongluotan Town, Baiyun District, Guangzhou City, resulting in 5 deaths and 33 injuries. Around 2:10 am on May 1st, a highway road collapse occurred on the Meidagao Expressway in Dabu County of Guangdong Province. As of 5:30 am on May 2nd, 23 vehicles were found trapped, resulting in 36 deaths and 30 injuries.

According to information released by the Dabu County Meteorological Observatory at 8:00 on May 1st, within the next 24 hours, the geological disaster meteorological risk warning level for Huliao Town, Qingxi Town, Sanhe Town, Guangde Town, Taoyuan Town, Dama Town, Fenglang Town, Chayang Town, Gaobei Town, and Dabu Forest Farm is Level 3 (yellow), indicating a higher risk of geological disasters. Looking ahead to the frequent heavy precipitation in the coming week, due to the previously sustained heavy rainfall saturating the soil, the risk of geological disasters is high.


Current needs identified by our local nonprofit partners include:

  • Basic food and drink
  • Hygiene and sanitation kits
  • Temporary settlements
  • Tools and equipment to clean houses
  • Medium and longer-term recovery work such as livelihood recovery, rehabilitation of damaged houses and public facilities, and psychosocial support to floods-affected communities
  • Continuous disaster preparedness work


Myriad Australia has partnered with Give2Asia who will continue to develop partnerships with organisations supporting relief and recovery. Through this partnership, Myriad Australia is proud to support the Partners listed below:

Beijing AiEr Foundation

Beijing AiEr Foundation is dedicated to alleviating poverty, helping the disabled, and supporting children to get an education. Its mission is to promote and practice modern philanthropic values to deliver equality and care while solving social problems. Since its launch AiEr has supported approximately 1,000 children with cerebral palsy and conducted free cerebral palsy screening activities in Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Guangdong, and Hunan, for almost 10,000 children.

The China Friendship Foundation for Peace and Development (CFFPD)

The China Friendship Foundation for Peace and Development (CFFPD) is a 4A-level public foundation approved by China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs and overseen by the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries. CFFPD operates nationally throughout China and partners with Give2Asia for disaster response and recovery. The CFFPD’s expertise in two key areas of disaster management—Emergency Relief and Response (which includes medical support, psychosocial support, food relief, emergency food rations, and shelter management) and Livelihood Recovery (involving alternative livelihood support and capacity-building to restore and strengthen people’s livelihoods)—positions them to respond promptly to disaster events in China.

China Foundation for Rural Development (CFRD)

Established in 1989, the China Foundation for Rural Development (CFRD), formerly known as the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation, is a major Chinese charity focused on reducing poverty. CFRD operates locally and nationally, particularly in Southwest China. They partner with Give2Asia for disaster response and recovery. Since 2012, CFRD has conducted 360 disaster relief operations, benefiting 31 regions across China and disaster-stricken areas in 12 countries, aiding 8.14 million people.


All donations received by Myriad Australia will help affected communities in China. Myriad Australia will publish more details on the needs emerging in the coming days and weeks—and report on every dollar granted for relief and recovery.

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