Morocco is no stranger to the devastation of earthquakes. The Morocco earthquake of 1960 occurred in near the city of Agadir, killing over 12,000, injuring a further 12,000, and leaving another 35,000 homeless. A second, smaller earthquake in Morocco happened on 24th February 2004 resulting in the deaths of 600 people.
This latest Morocco earthquake today is one of the worst earthquakes to hit the country in 63 years. To date it has taken the lives of over 2,500 and still counting. More than 2,059 people have been injured and thousands more displaced. The Earthquake has caused major destruction across the country and was felt as far as Portugal.
Could provide clean drinking water to a family in an emergency
Could provide an emergency supply of food to a family
Could provide a lifesaving emergency kit (water, medicine, hygiene items)
Could provide temporary shelter to those who have lost their homes due to the earthquake in Morocco
Could provide a truck load of food to feed 10 families
Goes towards our emergency response unit (food, shelter, water, and medicine)
Earthquake witnesses say they have never seen anything like this, and the tremors were far worse than what they have experienced before.
Muslim Aid is ready to respond, and our team is working tirelessly to ensure your donations reach the people affected by the earthquake in Morocco as soon as possible.
Wherever we are needed, whatever the situation, we are there to ensure your donations alleviate the suffering of those affected by the Morocco earthquake.
Muslim Aid has been delivering humanitarian aid across the world for over 35 years.
Whether you are most concerned with the earthquake in Morocco, famine in Yemen, the flooding in Pakistan, or the conflict in Gaza, we work with our field and partner offices to ensure that your emergency aid funds a fast and efficient response. Your donations mean we can access even the most remote of communities, supporting those who are often at the greatest risk.