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Humanitarian Aid for Ecuador

The earthquake that hit Ecuador on 16 April resulted in 660 deaths and injured approximately 4,600 people. Ecuador has appealed to the international community for help for the estimated 720,000 people in need of humanitarian assistance; 72,000 of whom have been displaced; First response aid has been provided and is still being provided. However, many of...

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Humanitarian Aid for Ecuador

The earthquake that hit Ecuador on 16 April resulted in 660 deaths and injured approximately
4,600 people. Ecuador has appealed to the international community for help for the estimated 720,000 people in need of humanitarian assistance; 72,000 of whom have been displaced;

First response aid has been provided and is still being provided. However, many of the displaced are in emergency camps and many of these are reported to be of very low standard. Unicef have identified an urgent need to facilitate the relocation of those displaced back to the vicinity of their original communities so that they can start to rebuild their original homes.

Those familiar with International
Disaster Aid will know that this is just the type of work we specialise in.

Event date

10-June-2016 - 
10-September-2016

Event type

Humanitarian Aid for Ecuador

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Robert Strachan
Telephone
01457861796
Email address
robert-strachan@sky.com

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