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  1. Mr. Colbert, I understand the focus on Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which have ruined the livelihoods of so many Americans. All the homes destroyed and the lives ruined are truly one of the worst things to befall America in the 21st century. It is amazing to see the donations pouring in and the volunteers coming to help fellow Americans rebuild their lives. All the celebrity appeals, all the media coverage, has helped the victims of the storm immensely. This should be the way we respond to ANY natural disaster.
    However, the media and most of the international community has overlooked another tragedy. This tragedy does not deal with fellow Americans, but with fellow humans. The recent monsoon floods in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh, have been far more devastating, but have received almost no coverage or help from the international community. Over 40 MILLION people are affected, and over 1200 people have DIED. There has also been a landslide in Sierra Leone, with people who have lost EVERYTHING, and over 500 dead. Harvey and Irma are tragedies, but in the US, we have a safety net to at least help people get back on their feet (if the system works). Even in places like Barbuda, in our own hemisphere, they don't have that support, but the media attention should hopefully direct donations to them.
    But in Bangladesh, Nepal, India, and Sierra Leone, it's even worse. Tens of millions of people have been affected, and the governments of those three countries do not have the same social safety net as we do here in the US. These people have lost everything. They were poor before, but now their entire house is gone, and their entire livelihoods are gone. They will never be able to rebuild, because they can't get assistance.
    Imagine if you were barely scratching on to existence. By that I don't mean barely paying the bills, but if you were only making $1 A DAY. The nicest your house had was a tin roof. You had some cattle and land to farm, but were barely making enough to SURVIVE. Now imagine that you lose all that. Your house is completely destroyed, along with any money you may have made. If you had land, your fields are flooded, ruining your crop and preventing you from making any money that year. You fear for your children, not just not being able to go to school and get an education, but being able to feed them. They might not live for a YEAR. This is the reality for most families affected by these floods in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal.
    Just because something happens far away, where you don't care about it, doesn't mean that this isn't worth donating for. These people are humans, like you and me, and the fact that they are not being mentioned in the media shouldn't stop you from helping them. The media has mentioned Harvey and Irma in over 100 ARTICLES in the past few weeks, but only 3 have focused on the flooding in Asia. Donation funds for helping the victims of the floods in South Asia and the landslide in Sierra Leone have only raised $40,000 and $70,000 respectively, while the Hurricane Harvey relief funds have raised almost 3 MILLION DOLLARS, almost 30 TIMES more than the relief for South Asia and Sierra Leone COMBINED.
    Mr. Colbert, you are doing a Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief drive. Please, tell Americans about these other disasters in the relief drive and encourage them to give to them too. Convince your celebrity friends to not just donate to victims of Harvey and Irma, but to the victims of South Asia and Sierra Leone as well. I appeal not just to you, Mr. Colbert, but to BEYONCE, President TRUMP, KEVIN HART, and all the other celebrities who have given money to the victims of Harvey and Irma. I also appeal to my FELLOW AMERICANS and the international community to give money not just to Harvey and Irma, but to the victims of South Asian monsoon flooding and the Sierra Leone landslide.
    These disasters may be in the developing world, where you might not get to see personally the impact your donation has, but that SHOULD NOT STOP YOU. At the end of the day, we are all HUMAN, and the sadness and despair a disaster brings onto each of us does not change, no matter where in the world you are. These people also need our help, and so when you give your money to those victims, think of them as the same as the victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. PLEASE donate!

    Global Giving donation links for these natural disasters:
    Sierra Leone landslide:
    South Asia flooding:
    Hurricane Harvey:

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