IBC SPREADED HOPE IN MOROCCO


The 6.8 magnitude earthquake in Morocco on September 8 caused many people's lives to change in one day. This earthquake which resulted thousands of people to be injured and even lost their lives, also started a brutal struggle for life for the same number of people.

While more than 2 thousand lives ended after this severe natural disaster, More than 6 thousand people were injured. The earthquake caused houses, workplaces, and historical buildings to collapse or suffer significant damage, causing many people to become homeless in the upcoming winter.

Afella Nofra and Amizmiz are just a few of the villages that were destroyed…

IBC  quickly identified basic humanitarian needs by assigning teams to the field from the first moment. The massive destruction of rural areas, in particular, has made these and many other basic needs, especially winter supplies and shelter, a priority.

With years of experience and profound knowledge, IBC has effectively coordinated its relief with donors, partners, authorities, and local organizations. With the generous support of IDRF Canada, Action Medeor, Corus, Zaimah, Penny Appeal, Al Amal Benevoles Association, Islamic Help UK, and Good Neighbors, it continues to provide relief to disaster victims, from diapers to food packages, from hygiene kits to shelters.

 

Distributions made by IBC with Action Medeor and Good Neighboors in Morocco…

IBC continued its relief activities and support without slowing down after the earthquake and spread hope in the new year.

IBC spread hope before the new year with the generous support of its donors

On 30 - 31 December, within the scope of Moroccan earthquake projects, distribution was carried out to 7 different locations for two days without a break, with the generous support of IBC's local partner Al Amal and donors IDRF Canada, Action Medeor, Corus, Episcopal and Zaimah. IBC and its donors provided food, hygiene, blankets, and beds to over 700 families in Douar Assif Lahlou, Tata, Akaygan, Tazoult, Gundafa, Anamrou, and Tagharyoust, who still need essential humanitarian relief.

Distributions made with our donors in the field before the new year…

IBC, which showed that it did not forget them and continued its support with only a few days left until 2024, continued to be hopeful and bring smiles to people's faces.

Your support is needed more than ever to provide adequate relief in today's disasters that have entirely changed many people's lives.

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