How can you help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey?
The Harvey relief effort, which has been going on since late August, has been an ongoing challenge for people in need.
For the first time in its history, the government of Texas, the country’s fourth-largest, has not officially acknowledged a disaster and has been taking donations of cash.
But donations are pouring in from around the world, including from the United States, Canada, Australia, France, Spain and Germany.
We’re going to start with the U.S. donations, as well as the Canadian and Australian donations.
The United States The U.K. The U., like many countries, is struggling to come to terms with the fact that its citizens and residents are not receiving the help they need.
Some people in the U, like Texas, have gone so far as to demand the resignation of President Donald Trump.
Other countries have offered support.
Germany The German government has offered to help, although there has not been much word yet on the amount of money it might contribute.
Some other countries have provided food and water, and Germany’s state of Baden-Württemberg is even providing tents.
In other countries, donations have come from other governments and corporations, including a group of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy.
The Spanish government has also said it will be donating $25 million to the relief effort.
The French government said it would also donate money.
Other governments around the globe The United Kingdom, Australia and France have also pledged funds.
But a number of other governments have also said they are providing assistance, including in Australia, Canada and Spain.
U.A.E. The Philippines The U and the UAE have pledged $5 million, as have the United Nations and several African countries.
The Philippine government also offered $1 million.
Other international partners The U is also stepping up its efforts, and has extended its emergency assistance to more countries.
Canada The Canadian government has been helping in several ways, including offering tents, food and medical supplies.
The federal government also announced that it is donating $1.3 million to help people affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The Netherlands The Dutch government has said it has pledged $500,000 to help refugees in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
Other European nations have also offered assistance, like the British government.
Mexico The Mexican government has donated tents, water, blankets and other supplies to those affected by the storm.
Germany Germany’s federal government has already pledged a total of $10 million to Hurricane Harvey, according to Reuters.
Other donors include the European Union, the United Kingdom and Australia.
The Australian government has pledged an additional $1 billion.
Canada Canada has pledged to provide tents and other basic goods to people affected in Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath.
It has also offered a free mobile shelter to people in affected communities.
Mexico Mexico has said that it will provide free food to displaced people, as a humanitarian measure, but the government has yet to release any information about the funding that it plans to provide.
The Dutch The Netherlands has offered a $50,000 “food card” to displaced residents.
It is also offering $1,000 vouchers for food and other basics to those displaced by Hurricane Irma’s impact.
The Swedish Migration Agency has also provided a food card to people who were displaced by Irma.
The Italian government has provided tents, blankets, water and other essentials.
In Austria The Austrian government has given $4 million to assist those affected in Irma’s aftermath, according the AP.
A total of 13 countries have also donated money, including the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdoms.
The Canadian province of British Columbia has also pledged $1 in aid to help those impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
The Swiss have offered a food parcel to those in need, according AFP.
And the Australian government will give $5,000 each to those who were affected by Harvey.
France France has offered food parcels and emergency relief assistance.
The British government has promised $100,000, and the Dutch government said $25,000.
Canada, Britain and France are also offering financial aid.
Australia’s prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has also expressed his willingness to provide financial aid in the event of an emergency, and said that “there are a lot of things that we’re going do, which are not easy.”
The UPA, India The U, unlike most other countries in the world is not facing any immediate financial issues.
The country has pledged at least $1bn to help the relief efforts.
The Emergency Management Ministry said that $50 billion was pledged by the country as of August 30, according TOI.
It also said that the country had $6.3 billion in relief funds available to it, according The Times of India.
But the country has also announced an additional “fiscal reserve” of $2 billion.
The IMF has also released a report on the country and said it is expected