After earthquake reconstruction
Only 3 months have passed since the earthquake, which had a devastating impact on the region of Syria and Turkey, causing serious damage to the infrastructure, homes and lives of many people. In this time of crisis, the support received has been crucial to show solidarity and offer tangible support to people who have lost everything.
Our impact in the field
In the first months following the emergency, in addition to the immediate response in terms of supply of water, food, blankets, and the reception of about 6,000 people in our centers, it took several in-depth missions and constant on-site work by our engineers to define the action plan for the coming months. The goal is to transform the funds raised into lasting aid and not just first aid. Here’s what we’ve done and what we’re going to do:
Earthquake in Syria and Turkey
The numbers struggle to describe the disaster that caused the earthquake. Here, in fact, the rubble of the earthquake was added to the rubble of a war that never ended. Here’s what happened in individual cities and what we’re doing to rebuild what the earthquake destroyed:
The needs in this moment of crisis are really many, but we are sure that together we can do a lot. Right now, we have begun phase two, focusing our reconstruction efforts on three main areas:
Let’s rebuild the future together
Any help will allow us to do a little more in this sea of need and will be a sign of concrete hope for the Syrian people, brought to their knees once again. The need is immense, but together we can do so much!