A week on from the deadly earthquake, which saw widespread devastation across Palu and Donggala, Indonesia, over 1,900 people have died, with the death toll rising daily. The tsunami waves of over 20 feet high, destroyed thousands of homes and caused devastation across the island leaving entire communities lost under rubble.
Lives wiped out in an instant they need your help now.
- Over 200,000 people are in need of humanitarian assistance.
- 10,679 have been left injured with 835 people still missing.
- More than 74,444 people have been displaced and are currently staying in over 200 sites.
Muslim Aid on the ground.
Our Head of Mission, Fadlullah Wilmot is on the ground with our teams, in the worst affected areas, in Palu and Donggala.
“Thousands of people have had to leave damaged homes and flee. It's possible that we may be looking at around 350,000 people without a secure home for the longer term’’ says Wilmot.
Asif Sherazi, Global Head of Humanitarian adds, “Our in-country office will do everything possible to support those destitute and traumatised. They need food, water, medicines, clothing, soap and other hygiene products.”
This is a race against time. Your donation can help save lives.
Emergency Water and Hygiene Pack - £69
Could provide water and a hygiene pack for a family
Emergency Survival Pack - £100
Could include water, tents, blankets and clothing and other essential non-food items
Emergency Shelter and Fuel - £500
Could provide temporary shelter and fuel for an entire family
Call 020 7377 4200 or donate now.