Indonesia Emergency: A Chance to Return to Their Lives

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The Sulawesi Earthquake  forced 70,000 people into homelessness, after the devastating 7.7 magnitude earthquake and massive tsunami in Central Sulawesi, which took place on Friday the 28th of September 2017.

Reports from Indonesia reveal over 2000 people have been confirmed dead, over 10,000 injured, over 800 are officially reported missing.

Islamic Relief on the ground 

IRAUS has been on the ground supporting work in Indonesia since 2000, delivering humanitarian and development activities. Our partner, Islamic Relief Worldwide in Indonesia, is already responding in Earthquake-affected Lombok, and is now assessing and responding to immediate needs in Sulawesi. 

The relief efforts in Palu and Donggala are focused on supporting more than 400 affected-families (2,000 people) with life saving medical help, food packs, drinkable water, temporary shelters, sanitation and hygiene kits, as well as temporary latrine equipment, and establishing safe learning spaces for school children until schools can be rebuilt. 

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