A deadly 7.8 magnitude earthquake has struck Turkey and Syria leaving thousands dead or injured. The earthquake has caused massive destruction and the number of casualties continue to rise.
Millions of displaced people in Syria reside in the affected region and hundreds of thousands of refugees live in this region of Turkey. It is reported that more than 1000 buildings collapsed after the earthquake. Thousands of people remain missing and trapped beneath rubble.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Salam Charity have launched an emergency appeal to support those affected by the earthquake and are working with international partners to deliver your donations and much-needed assistance.
Just £50 can help us provide:
- Prepared food
- Winter clothing
- Women’s hygiene kits
- Power banks and much more
- Over 40,000 Dead
- 7000 Building Collapse
- Over 1 Million Displaced
- Over 13 Million Affected
- Over 3 Million Syrian Refugees in Turkey
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