Tanzania Earthquake Appeal

Providing medical care, Distributing emergency supplies, Constructing temporary shelters and Rebuilding the shattered homes & Support.

They did it!


On 12th Nov 2016 we successfully raised

£180

with

6 backers

in

56 days



A 5.9 Magnitude earthquake hit the North - western Tanzania - Kagera Region, killing a substantial number of people and hundreds injured with the number expected to raise.

The quake occurs at a depth of six miles {10 kilometers} , such tremors are more powerful and have cause a devastating demages to life's and properties. The quake was felt as far as wetern Kenya, several parts in Uganda including the the capital Kampala and Kigali in Rwanda.

Damage asssesment is still going on and according to the goverment official report so far about 10,000 homes have been flattened and badly damaged.

Most of the 10,000 households in the affected areas are now left homeless and sleeping outside with minor kids, the elderly, widows and the sick, the total number affected is over 100,000 people.

Emergence support

With such a huge scale of damages and devastation to families we need the world support of donation to react quickly to help earthquake victims in remote areas and towns in colaboration with the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania disaster team which is financially exhausted and oversteched

Your emergency support will help in providing medical care, distributing emergency supplies and constructing temporarly shelters for the victims.

The long term response is divided into two key areas;

Rebuilding the shattered homes

Supporting devastating communities through development projects

***Supporting Government efforts in access roads infrastructure restoration.

We estimate that around £40Million Pounds will be needed over the coming years in rebuild the life of the people of Kagera in Tanzania, their families and commuties

The initial target emergency support  we need to raise now is about £2Million Pounds for emergeny shelters, supplies and medical care.

With Local knowledge and network, work with wider relief effort to ensure that the aid is sent where its needed.