Earthquakes in Morocco

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V4CMorocco Disaster Management Response

In the wake of the recent earthquakes that have shaken the beautiful land of Morocco, we are reaching out to you to express our unwavering support and solidarity with the resilient people of this remarkable nation. To effectively respond to the disaster in Morocco, Volunteers4Cause is swiftly establishing a disaster management rapid response team. This dedicated team will play a vital role in disaster management response, organising specialised response teams, and deploying to support affected areas with essential relief materials, as well as providing much-needed mental and emotional support.

Your generous donation, support, and volunteering efforts will enable us to provide immediate relief to those affected by this natural disaster in Morocco. Together, we can make a significant difference in the lives of those facing the aftermath of these devastating earthquakes.

You can contribute to our mission by making a secure donation through our website. Your support, no matter how small or large, will directly impact the lives of those in need. Let us join hands and stand with Morocco during this challenging time.

Thank you for your compassion and support.

The fund for Global Human Rights

Created in 2002 by a group of prominent activists and donors, the Fund fills a critical gap in the charity sector by connecting grassroots human rights defenders to flexible funding, long-term strategic support, and a global network of allies. We look for local leaders who are protecting and promoting the rights of their community—then we provide the money, tools, and training they need to succeed.For over 20 years, the Fund for Global Human Rights has raised and invested more than $140 million into the work of 900+ activists and organizations across the globe. We have the systems in place to get money and support to hard to reach places, like those affected in Morocco, quickly.

WULUJ: Earthquake 2023 Fund

The Moroccan Center for Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship, along with the Ataa Foundation, express their solidarity with the disaster-affected populations and commit to supporting them by making the WULUJ platform available to various associations in the country, especially in the areas affected by the catastrophe.This tragic event constitutes a national disaster, and we feel the responsibility to support efforts to provide the necessary assistance to the affected populations. We wish to express our solidarity with the authorities and stakeholders and pledge to provide all necessary support by mobilizing our human and technical resources to assist them, Our field teams are already on-site and are providing us with information as they make planned visits in the coming days.

CARE USA headquarters

For 75 years, CARE has led the way to a better life for the world’s most vulnerable people. This year, CARE and partners worked in 111 countries, reaching more than 174 million people around the world through 1,600 projects. The most powerful earthquake in more than a century hit Morocco near midnight on Friday, September 8, 2023. Near the epicenter of the quake, the death toll is climbing past 2,900.CARE has been in Morocco since 2008 increasing access to basic services for the most vulnerable. Our emergency response will prioritize women and girls, youth, and disadvantaged groups. Give an emergency gift to reach survivors in Morocco with emergency water, food, shelter, and psychosocial support.

Global Morocco EarthQuake Emergency Fund

A powerful earthquake hit Morocco on Sept. 8, killing more than 2,800 people, injuring thousands more, and causing widespread damage. Your donation to the Morocco Earthquake Relief Fund will provide emergency relief and long-term support to affected communities. The 6.8M earthquake hit in a mountainous area near Ighil, Morocco, about 50 miles from historic Marrakesh with a strength not recorded in the region in 120 years. The death toll is expected to rise as the quake left extensive damage, toppling homes, destroying vital infrastructure, and leaving people in need of rescue and help in hard-to-reach areas. Your donation to this fund will help meet their emergency needs and provide long-term support through locally based organisations.

Foundation de france

A magnitude-7 earthquake struck Morocco on the night of September 8, 2023, killing nearly 3,000 people, injuring thousands and leaving thousands homeless. The death toll is rising by the hour. Fondation de France, which has been at work in the area for years, raised 250,000 euros on Saturday, September 9, and made a call for donations to support its action and help the thousands of families affected by the earthquake.

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