This campaign is to help survivors of a major rubbish dump landslide, in Sri Lanka
The site has been used to dump Colombo’s garbage for the past few years as authorities sought to give the capital a face-lift. But residents living in tiny homes in the area have protested against all the waste being dumped there because of health hazards, but the government didn't take take any actions, and now the local residents of Meethotamulla are suffering from it as it has destroyed all their housing and caused many deaths.
Hopes faded on for the survival of an estimated 100 people trapped under the mud and debris of a landslide at a giant rubbish dump in the Sri Lankan capital.
Police say the known death toll from the disaster has risen to 26 and emergency workers are to resume their search.
The 300-foot-high (90-metre) dump in the Meethotamulla area on the border of the commercial heart of Colombo collapsed after flames engulfed it late on Friday, the nation's new year's day, burying many homes.
Please, donate to help the survivors from this disaster, more than 650 people are now homeless as their houses have been destroyed.