Cyclone Idai Relief
Published: March 26, 2019
View BMM President Vernon Rosenau's video appeal here

Although it has received limited coverage on American news sources, Cyclone Idai created one of Africa’s worst disasters in years. On March 15, this tropical storm made landfall at Mozambique and moved inland to neighboring countries. The damage from winds and flooding has affected more than 1.5 million people, with at least 750 deaths. Nearly 90,000 Mozambicans are thought be living in temporary sites. The storm knocked out electricity and swept away roads in many areas, and cholera and malaria are being reported.

We are working with Baptist Mid-Missions’ team in Mozambique, in partnership with affiliated Brazilian missionaries in-country, to meet survival needs for food, clothing, and shelter. Through BMM’s World Relief Fund, you can help our team bring a tangible representation of the gospel to hurting people. 

Give online at our secure giving page. Choose “World Relief” then “World Relief Worldwide” as the project.  

Give through credit card by phone at 440-826-3930. 

Give by check to PO Box 308011, Cleveland, OH 44130-8011. Designate your gift to Baptist Mid-Missions Foundation with “World Relief” on the memo line. 

Thank you for your partnership in following Jesus’ example of providing help and healing in ways that open hearts to the Savior. 


Photo: Chimanimani_people_in_a_temporary_camp_due_to_Ida  
By Columbus Mavhunga/VOA - https://www.voanews.com/a/cyclone-idai-victims-appeal-to-zimbabwean-government-for-relief/4843157.html, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=77531089