Your unwavering support following the earthquake in Morocco has been nothing short of extraordinary. We want to share the impact your generosity has had and outline the critical next steps as we continue our journey of recovery.
Our Achievements Together:
In the aftermath, your donations have provided immediate relief, offering shelter, food, clothing, and medical aid towards over 3500 families in 70+ villages. It is also thanks to your support that we have been able to implement psychosocial activities for children and families to ensure that they have access to the appropriate channels for psychological support.
Mid and Long-Term Goals:
Our mission extends beyond this initial response. 3 months post-earthquake, the affected families from villages in the Taroudant province continue to live outside in tents without the appropriate equipment to survive the winter months. With a high rate of families and children affected by the earthquake in the province of Taroudant and the immensity of the destruction and the loss, the emotional and psychological effects for families and children is significant. Affected populations are, by definition, confronted with a certain degree of vulnerability to crisis-related risks and children are exposed to additional and specific risks.
Our goal is to ensure that we can provide access to psychological and social support to prevent and respond to child protection risks, as well as to continue distributing the necessary material aid.
With Each Donation:
£5 provides a family with a wooden pallet that they can cover with cushions to avoid sleeping on the ground.
£10 provides a child with a complete pack of school supplies.
£40 provides access to a one-on-one session with a professional psychologist.
£60 for a winter pajama set, including a robe, socks and a towel (men, women or children)
£80 provides 2 iron beds (without mattresses) for a family.
£100 for a complete kitchen/cooking set.
£200 for a durable tent that will keep a family of four warm during the winter months.
£300 to organise an activity with animation and a clown for a group of 30-50 children.
Your Action, Their Future:
As we transition from immediate relief to mid-term and long-term recovery, your donation isn't just a financial contribution – but a gesture of solidarity that contributes to serving children and families that have been affected by the earthquake.