The United Nations stated that at least 1,5 million people have been made homeless, and 500,000+ homes will need to be rebuilt because of the two major earthquakes striking the same place within the same day. Currently, 865,000 people are living in tents, 23,500 in container homes, and 376,000 in student dormitories. 3 weeks after the earthquakes, there are still people without shelter or proper access to basic necessities.
Help us with your donations to provide life-saving food, water, shelter, and clothing aid to earthquake victims.
The earthquake affected an area with 13,5 million people, including 2,5 million displaced Syrian refugees. According to AFAD, nearly 10,000 aftershocks have been reported since day one. Millions are still afraid to return to their homes, as 2 major earthquakes and thousands of aftershocks damaged too many houses, and thousands of buildings are still on the verge of collapse.
SAPA is actively providing life-saving humanitarian aid to the affected areas and people in desperate need. You can support our vital work today, and help save thousands of lives.