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The relief of financial need and suffering among victims of natural or other kinds of disaster in the form of money (or other means deemed suitable) for persons, bodies, organisations and/or countries affected [including the provision of medical aid].
The relief and assistance of people in any part of the world who are the victims of war or natural disaster, trouble, or catastrophe in particular by the supply of medical aid to such persons.
Activities a charity for these purposes might be carrying out:
Arranging for the purchase and delivery of aid to such areas; co-operating with others to get aid to the right place; identifying the real needs of those affected by disaster and ways of meeting those needs.