We believe that organizations that are deeply rooted in local communities are in the best position to provide long-term support for survivors of natural disasters like these. By funding the relief efforts of local organizations, donations to this fund have the potential to build stronger response capacity so that these organizations are better equipped to face future challenges.
The projects listed below are led by vetted GlobalGiving partners responding to this disaster. You can donate directly to a specific project or to GlobalGiving’s Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief Fund and we'll allocate it to where it's needed most. GlobalGiving will post reports about how your donation has been put to use.
Needs Map is an online platform that brings people in need together with the supporters. It acts for Inequality, Economic and social poverty, Neglection of local economy due to centralized humanitarian assistance, Lack of coordination and use of unsustainable methods in humanitarian response. It facilitates cooperation and solidarity in different areas such as education, health, culture and arts through verified geospatial data technology and community-based verification functionality.
Our project aims to provide scholarships for female university students to help pursue their educational goals. Purpose of grant is to empower girls by removing the financial burdens associated with going to, surviving in, and graduating from university. On the other hand, after a devastating earthquake struck Turkey on February 6, we decided to support female students, studying in the fields of architecture, civil engineering, and geology engineering from earthquake-affected areas.
The aim of this project is to construct laundry and shower facilities in Tanisma, Turkiye. The village was heavily impacted by an earthquake, which destroyed around 80% of the area. As a result, there is a severe shortage of hygiene and laundry facilities, leading to itchiness among the villagers. Although this issue can be resolved with clean bedding, the lack of laundry facilities exacerbates the situation. As summer approaches, the situation is expected to worsen.
A 7.8-magnitude quake struck east of Gaziantep, knocking down buildings and causing hundreds of people to flee into the streets in the winter morning of 6 February. International Blue Crescent (IBC) has begun relief efforts working from offices in the cities of Gaziantep (responding to Gaziantep and Kahramanmaras, the epicenter of the disaster), and Hatay where severe damage has been reported. IBC offices in Kilis are serving Northern Syria and IBC is providing relief aid.
With this project, we aimed to meet the most basic needs of 500 children living in the disaster-affected region, such as baby formula, diapers and blankets, and we achieved our goal with your donations. However, in this period, after two weeks of the earthquake, children need psychological recovery as well as their basic needs such as food and diapers. Therefore, we want to continue by adding a toy set to food, diapers and hygiene items for 1000 babies and children.
An earthquakes struck Syria on 6 February 2023, leaving more than 5000 casualties between deaths and injuries in addition to displacing thousands more. Today after more than a month from the catastrophe date, needs are still the same yet new needs are arising such as psychosocial support for children and wash issues to control diseases and pandemics. Your donation to the Syria Earthquake Relief Fund will provide emergency relief and other sectors responses during this long-term recovery process.
On Sunday night, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Turkey and Syria, killing over 1,600 people and leaving countless more without homes or basic needs met, yet again. For displaced families, this earthquake has destroyed their lives once again. Aftershocks are expected to continue the impact, taking lives, homes, and futures. That's where NuDay comes in. With your support, we're on the ground distributing emergency aid, including meals, winter items, bedding, and more.
EMERGENCY: Thousands of people have lost their lives and thousands more have been injured in a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Turkey (Turkiye) and Syria borders. This is one of the strongest earthquakes to hit the region in 100 years. Our teams are right now on the ground and ready to respond. Homes, buildings and essential infrastructure have been destroyed across the region and children will need urgent support to access food, shelter and warm clothing.
On February 6, 2023 a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck southeastern Turkiye. A second earthquake and subsequent aftershocks destroyed homes and buildings throughout southern Turkiye and parts of Syria, and tragically, the death toll reached more than 50,000. Survivors are in need of basic essentials such as food and hygiene items, shelter, and medical care.
UNICEF Field Office teams are currently undertaking assessments and providing emergency aid. The initial focus of UNICEF's emergency response is on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), child protection services, nutrition and education. In addition to assessing the impact of the quakes on water systems, UNICEF is distributing hygiene kits and ensuring access to safe water. UNICEF is also working to protect unaccompanied children and reunite those who have become separated from their families.
Plan is working together with local partners, helping children and their families in Syria access safe shelter and lifesaving aid, including food, water, health care, menstrual health kits, blankets and beds. Your gift supports Plan International's response to the earthquakes that hit Syria and Turkiye. Any donations received that exceed what is needed for this emergency will be directed to other areas of greatest humanitarian need, helping more girls and their families in crisis.
After the devastating earthquake that occurred in Turkey on February 6th, we have been working tirelessly to support life since the first day. As Hayata Destek in the earthquake zone, we have focused on supporting 'Reconstruction of Women's Cooperatives'. Our goal is to increase employment in the region by quickly restoring women's cooperatives to production.
This project aims to support people affected by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that occurred on February 6 in Pazarck/Kahramanmaras and affected 10 different provinces of Turkey. After the main earthquake, a second earthquake with a magnitude of 7.6 occurred. Until now, the authorities announced more than 3,549 deaths and 21,103 injured, 5,775 destroyed buildings, and the toll is expected to increase.
After a devastating earthquake, according to WHO, the affected regions in Turkey and Syria are home to around 23 million people including 1.4 million children. Shelter has been critical area of intervention those who has lost their houses and businesses. With this project, we try to solve shelter problem with sustainable YUVA Project. YUVA will be a solution shelter problem for families and also support local manufactures in the region.
On February 6, a massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit the south of Turkey close to the town of Gazantiep, affecting thousands of communities in southern Turkey and northern Syria. Hours later, a 7.5-magnitude quake hit just outside Ekinozu-100 km to the north of the previous one. International Medical Corps is responding in both Turkey and Syria, where we have worked since 2008. We expect to provide basic needs as well as robust health services.
Thanda provides a holistic response to the critical needs of children in rural Mtwalume through high- quality early learning, parenting, and social-emotional out-of-school education programmes, as well as organic farming interventions enable food security in order for households to thrive.
Through our connections with the Syrian community and our experience in filling gaps in the humanitarian aid sector, we have connected with local organization Independent Doctors Association. Together with them we are fundraising for a mobile hospital for the town of Afrin. Once this hospital is funded, Movement will focus on connecting with IDA and more local partners to provide shelter and coordinate long term, sustainable solutions to help refugees in Syria.
One of the strongest earthquake in more than 100 years in the region hit Turkiye. On the morning of February 6, the 7.7 magnitude earthquake, which took place in the province of Kahramanmaras, near the center of Turkey, affected more than 10 provinces in the southeast. Multiple strong aftershocks have been felt across the region for hours after the first quake, including a severe quake measuring magnitude 7.5.
Two catastrophic earthquakes hit Turkey and Syria early on Feb. 6th, 2023, followed by over 1600 aftershocks that took the lives of over 50,000 people and left millions in need. Concern was well-positioned to offer immediate relief to this sudden emergency, distributing blankets, food, water and heaters for emergency shelters. We are working with local partners to ramp up efforts for additional, longer-term support, and your support would help us expand our efforts and further our impact.
On 6th Feb 2023 two major earthquakes of the magnitude of 7.8 & 7.5 struck border areas of Turkiye and Syria on the same day, killing more than 4,000 people and injuring thousands more. More than 3000 Buildings have been turned into rubbles Homes, businesses, and critical infrastructure have been destroyed under layers of rubble. The earthquake affected people of Turkiye and need immediate help and support. Turkiye and Syria Earthquake Relief Appeal will provide emergency relief and long-term
On February 6, earthquakes devastated Syria and Turkey, causing thousands of casualties and displacing tens of thousand. HALO is working in NW Syria with the Syria Civil Defence and using our excavator, usually used for landmine clearance, to help excavate people trapped from the rubble. The huge levels of additional displaced people makes the landmine crisis even more dangerous, and HALO is on call to respond and destroy landmines & explosives to keep displaced families and aid workers safe.
Children, pregnant mother, old aged, Person with disabilities and their families in Turkey Planning, measuring and counting to implement adequate service delivery in action on free food distribution,cloth etc as well as shelter and health services. Employing more staff in the office. Also by assisting Government in social service as well.And also by TIKA Bangladesh office Turkey (by TIKA Bangladesh office)
This project aims to support people affected by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria. Our Polish Humanitarian Action Emergency Relief Team is on the site to assess the scale of the needs and immediately begin relief efforts, which will focus on humanitarian assistance in the form of food/hygiene kits and shelter. Support this fundraising and help us respond as soon as possible!
Bonyan is working with local authorities to provide essential aid including food, water, housing, medical assistance, winter clothing and warm blankets. The 7.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Turkey and N-Syria, left a devastating destruction with over 9000 fatalities and 60,000 injured. Thousands families are without shelter, food or medical aid. Your donation, no matter the amount, can save a life and support families in need. Help us to save more lives and sheltering countless families.
After the devastating earthquake that occurred in Turkey, we have been working tirelessly to support life since the first day. As Support to Life in the earthquake zone, we have focused on supporting small-scale livestock farmers. Our goal is to help them maintain their livelihoods by meeting the feed. This project goal is to meet the feed needs of small-scale livestock farmers who have not received support and to connect them with buyers, especially those living in remote villages.
In the aftermath of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake which hit in the early hours of this morning, a SmartAID Search & Rescue team is left this afternoon in Gaziantep quake affected region in Turkey to rescue people who are trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings. SmartAID is aims to install connectivity, solar energy and clean water units to support survivors, first responders and charities arriving to the field.
On February 6, an earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale hit southeastern Turkey. At least 641 people have died so far, local authorities say, but much more casualties and injuries are expected. About 284 people died in Turkey and about 357 people died in Syria. It is estimated that more than 1,500 people were injured so far. Many casualties occurred as medical facilities were underdeveloped and residents lived in an aging environment. Medical support for the injured is also not easy.
On the morning of February 6th, a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck east of Gaziantep, causing widespread destruction and prompting many to flee into the streets. In response, the Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has initiated relief efforts from its international office in Turkey to assist those affected by the disaster. The organization is providing aid to those in need in the severely affected cities, which were the epicentre of the quake.
Over a decade of war and destruction, paralysing international sanctions, the debilitating Covid-19 pandemic and a massive earthquake have left millions of people in Syria out in the snow, homeless and with nowhere to turn to. Regardless of political beliefs, religious creeds, and polarising divisions, now is the time to help these people that have lost everything and have been living from one trauma to another tragedy.
Sound of Youth Bursary Program will support 200 young people who were affected by the devastating earthquakes that took place in the southeastern part of Turkey on February 6th, 2023. In cooperation with Spotify, TOG will provide bursaries to university students affected by the earthquake in order to support university students in earthquake-affected provinces by enabling them to continue their academic education.
On the morning of February 6, 2023, an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.5 occurred, which developed in Kahramanmaras (east of the country) and deeply affected 9 different cities in Turkey. The damage was further increased by a second 7.7 magnitude earthquake which was occurred 9 hours later. According to the official institutions, the earthquake affected more than 13.5 million people. The death toll continues to rise in the earthquake and more than 12.000 houses/buildings collapsed or damaged.
In early morning of 6th of February (local time), a huge earthquake struck southern part of Turkey and more than 4,800 people have died, more than 20,000 people have been injured (as of 17:00(JST) 7th Feb.) JEN has been providing assistance to Syrian refugees and host communities with a partner organization in exactly the same areas, Gaziantep in Turkey where the earthquake hit. In order to support people's lives and livelihoods, we will provide emergency assistance to the affected people.
Koreans are aware of allied nations gratitude including USA, even Ethiopia provided troops, medical and daily necessities during/after Korea war. S.Korea developed so fast in terms of Politics, Economics by allied donations. It is time to return from aid-recipient country to donor country for Turkey, Syria and Ukraine. This project, along with Memoral Association of UN Particpation in Korean War and INGO on refugee camps, Warsaw Poland, will proceed with food support, child protection, etc.
Disasters can only be overcome with solidarity, which is why Clown Me In will be working with Clowns Without Borders on the ground to alleviate the sufferings of people in Turkey, who have been affected by the earthquake that hit the country on Feb 6. Providing psychosocial support is crucial to enable people to process what has happened and deal with the trauma, the same way we successfully did after the explosion in Beirut. A little girl who had stopped talking, talked after one of our shows!
Two powerful earthquakes struck Syria on the same day, killing more than 3,000 people and injuring thousands more. Homes, businesses, and critical infrastructure have been destroyed under layers of rubble. Your donation to the Syria Earthquake Relief Fund will provide emergency relief and fuel long-term recovery efforts in Syria.
This is a difficult summary to write, and different to our other projects. Our CEO lived in Gaziantep and visited it monthly for years - it was a her second home. She worked together with two local Syrian non-profit organisations Lawyers and Doctors of Human Rights (LDHR) and Amal Healing & Advocacy Center (AHAC), and many of their staff members became her friends, some as close as family. With the powerful earthquake, staff and family members were lost and the recovery will take years.
The catastrophic pair of earthquakes on 6 February in Turkiye and Syria surpassed the death toll to 46,000. Thousands are injured, and yet more have lost their homes and belongings. Families, including children, are forced to live in open spaces amid cold and snow. Al-Mustafa is providing hot meals, clothing, winterized tents and medical aid to the surviving families. Your funds will help us to reach out to more victims, especially in the already war-afflicted region of Syria.
Southeast Turkey and Northern Syria was devastated by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on Monday, followed by a second magnitude 7.5 quake nine hours after the main jolt. More than 8,000 people have been killed in the wake of the earthquake, although the toll is likely to climb further as freezing weather and multiple aftershocks are hampering the rescue efforts, despite international assistance.
UPDATE: On Monday, February 6, 2023, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the southern part of Turkey and northern Syria, killing more than 44,000 people and displacing an estimated 4.3 million. Large scale aftershocks, with the most recent occurring as recent as February 20, 2023, continue to cause catastrophic destruction and widespread devastation to areas already wracked by war, deep economic troubles, and a refugee crisis.
Disaster Aid USA is working in close contact with Rotarians on the ground through our sister Org. Disaster Aid Europe. They are assessing the area and requesting shelter, blankets, generators, and other emergency supplies. We are in contact with our suppliers, and their warehouses and have located tents already in Turkey, we just need donors and funds to keep the supply lines open.
Urgent plea for help: Help the survivors of the Turkey earthquake. In the early hours of 6 February 2023, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Turkey and Syria. This was followed by another 7.5 magnitude earthquake afterwards. Reports have put the death toll at more than 40 000 people with but it is expected that this number will rise and that there will be aftershocks. The scale of destruction is vast with millions displaced, sleeping on the floor in the snow. Survivors need urgent aid.
Help us provide urgent aid to victims of the devastating earthquakes that struck Syria and Turkey, causing 43,000 deaths and thousands of injuries. Thousands are trapped under rubble, waiting to be rescued. Survivors now face new challenges - surviving in the cold without shelter and basic necessities like food. Your donation can make a difference by providing vital aid directly to those in need. Please donate now and help us alleviate the suffering of those affected by this tragedy.
Two earthquakes of magnitudes above 7.5 hit southeastern Turkey on Feb 6th, razing villages and cities like Hatay, Antakya. Hundreds of thousands of families lost their houses, families and loved ones. As the area hit was immense, rescue efforts for people under the rubble and immediate aid for those lucky to be above need the support of every organization.
Devastating earthquake hits Turkiye (Turkey) and Syria. The death toll continues to rise with many more feared dead. The aftershocks are as powerful as the earthquake which was one of the strongest to hit these areas in 100 years. Buildings and homes are unsafe with people stranded outside in the freeing temperatures. Please give now to rush emergency aid including food, shelter, hygiene kits, warm weather supplies and cash assistance. Your gift helps us reach thousands of vulnerable people.
Medicos del Mundo (Doctors of the World) teams are already mobilizing to reach the most affected areas for an initial emergency response. This earthquake only adds to a crisis already being experienced by millions of people on Syrian territory and on the border with Turkey.
ASAM continues to provide humanitarian aid and protection support for the most vulnerable in the cities that are hit hard by the 7.4 earthquake affecting 10 cities. There are hundreds of dead and thousands of injured with an unknown number of missing persons. ASAM will provide humanitarian aid kits, disseminate information and conduct research and rescue operations through its Disaster and Emergency Response Unit in coordination with AFAD, the main authority for disaster coordination.
Monday morning around 4 a.m. an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 struck Turkey and Syria. More than 28,000 people have been killed and tens of thousands injured. Many are trapped under the rubble and access to basic needs and medical care has become limited. Though the survival window is closing, there have been remarkable rescues and victims of the earthquake that need your help. With your donations to Turkey and Syria, AfD will provide emergency relief and fuel long-term recovery efforts.
As TEV, we remain deeply grieved by the earthquake that hit Kahramanmaras and the surrounding 11 provinces. We offer our heartfelt condolences to all our citizens who have lost their lives in this disaster, and we hope for the speedy recovery to tens of thousands who remain critically wounded. Lastly, we'd like ensure all our supporters that we will do our part in the aftermath of this disaster by prioritizing a sustainable plan to secure the continuity of the education of students.
People in Turkiye battle earthquakes on an ongoing basis.February 6th Gaziantep earthquake was a devastating one for many cities. More than 1,200 deaths were reported,and the toll was expected to increase. Immediate relief efforts provided by this fund will ensure that survivors and first responders receive critical resources, including food, housing, medical aid, water, and psychosocial care. TPF's partners at Afet Platformu immediately acted to provide support with recovery and immediate needs
After the devastating earthquake in the Turkish-Syrian border area in the night from Sunday to Monday, the situation in the affected region remains unclear. Local authorities say thousands have been killed and millions injured after the earthquake struck and collapsed thousands of buildings. German aid organizations from our alliance Aktion Deutschland Hilft are on site and providing immediate aid. Further emergency aid teams from Germany are being sent to the affected areas.
Malteser International's (MI) emergency relief team has been sent to the region to coordinate with our local partners to provide urgent support, especially in the refugee areas in the north of Syria where hundreds of thousands of people are living in simple shelters and are now defenseless after the earthquake. Temperatures in the region are currently freezing and it is raining extensively. In the hospitals where we work, the number of injured earthquake victims is increasing by the hour.
A colossal 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Turkiye and neighboring Syria early on February 6, 2023, followed by a second 7.5 magnitude quake less than 12 hours later. More than 5,000 people have been killed and tens of thousands are seriously injured and/or trapped. Just 30 hours after the first quake, IsraAID deployed a team to Turkiye to provide immediate relief to devastated communities. This includes distributing warm winter supplies, hygiene kits, and water filters.
The extent of the destruction caused by the earthquakes that struck south-eastern Turkey and north-eastern Syria last week are becoming more and more clear. What is absolutely clear, however, is that help is urgently needed. The quake with a magnitude of about 7.8 was felt as far away as Lebanon and Cyprus. Thousands of people lost their lives and almost a hundred thousand were injured. At a stroke countless people lost their homes. We must help as quickly as possible - Caritas aid is underway!
The IRC is deeply concerned for tens of thousands who have been affected by the powerful earthquake that hit Turkiye (also known as Turkey), sending shockwaves across northern Syria and parts of Lebanon. Freezing temperatures have left thousands exposed to extreme cold and without shelter. Syria's health system is already strained beyond capacity due to conflict and a cholera outbreak. Our teams are working tirelessly to ensure the safety of those affected.
We are now working to meet the immediate needs of survivors in the earthquake zone. We are providing shelter, hygiene support, and psychosocial activities for our children and their families in Sanlurfa and Adana and our 7 mobile education trucks (Fireflies) in the region. We have also taken steps to deploy our 17-vehicle fleet from other provinces. We are planning post-traumatic psychosocial support activities for children, parents, teachers, and volunteers at our activity points and schools.
On Feb 6, two strong earthquakes struck Turkiye and Syria. As of today, more than 19,300 dead, 70,000 wounded, 23 million people affected, tens of thousands of people left homeless. With 20 years of expertise in Syria, Jafra has the potential to assist the country's inhabitants in times of catastrophes and is on the scene to attend to the most immediate needs especially in Aleppo, Al-Ramel, Handarat and Al-Neirab Palestinian camps. Thousands of people will find shelter thanks to your support.
The purpose of Project CATE is to help amputee children grow as functional adults and be part of society by building the infrastructure of social, psychological, and physical rehabilitation opportunities. This initiative will start by ensuring child amputees receive age-appropriate orthopedic aids such as orthoses and prostheses, physical therapy and psychological support in tandem with their long-term education.
We are on the ground in Syria providing lifesaving assistance such as winter packages, food, water, clothing and blankets. In order to help more people, we need your help. Support our efforts in Syria for those affected by the earthquake. All funds raised will go towards our work to help the survivors.
The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Southeast Turkiye (Turkey) and Northwest Syria in February 2023 has created an unprecedented level of damage in the region. Survivors have been left devastated as every aspect of daily life has been affected. Relief International teams are providing emergency relief but can only do so with your help.
Support population by sending and distributing essential goods (food, water, medicines, medical aids, personal hygiene products, blankets, tents and cots) Support local hospitals and medical teams, supplying emergency medical equipment and material. Our front line work involves collaboration with local partners and on-site volunteers and the dispatchment of doctors and medical specialists for specific interventions. We are setting up a base point in Kilis for the distribution of basic goods
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Turkey and parts of Syria, killing more than 3,800 people and injuring thousands more. Families are displaced and thousands of homes are destroyed, causing a state of distress and uncertainty for the future of many people in the region. Due to the freezing winter temperatures, GHNI and trusted partners are bringing critical supplies to families such as blankets, sleeping bags, cooking fuel, and food boxes.
Project HOPE deployed staff to Gaziantep within hours of the initial quake. Project HOPE has initiated the coordination & shipment of three Interagency Emergency Health Kits (IEHKs), medical supplies, & pharmaceuticals. Through coordination with local partners, we are deploying K-9 search & rescue team in Turkiye. Project HOPE has a Type 1 Emergency Medical Team ready to deploy to provide primary care services, stabilize patients with acute trauma injuries & refer patients for specialized care.
With our Search & Rescue team returning to South Africa, we continue to provide emergency medical care at our two hospitals in Syria. We are providing emergency relief items such as tents, sleeping bags, gas heaters and portable toilets, and daily meals to those affected. From our kitchen in Darkoush we serve meals as far as Northern regions of Syria, & Turkey. Additionally, we've established a compound along the Turkish border that provides shelter to more than 350 families.
On Feb 6 , 2023, earthquakes struck Turkiye and Syria, followed close behind by a 7.5 magnitude aftershock. More than 22,000 killed, 75,000 injured, and 700,000 displaced during extreme cold weather. Good360 is getting critical product needs to nonprofit partners based on specific requests. We need funding to help cover shipping and direct costs. Products include hygiene kits, first aid, blankets, tents, tarps, heaters, non-perishable foods, OTC medications to partners like IMC, Map Int., GEM
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