On 21 November 2022, a 5.6-magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia’s Cianjur region in West Java. Emergency services are grappling with a disaster that has so far left:
Deaths and damage ‘likely to get worse’
The casualties continue to rise as experts fear the possibility of aftershocks. Ridwan Kamil, the Governor of West Java Province said the numbers of injuries and fatalities are likely to increase because there were "a lot of people" still trapped and not yet reported, especially in remote areas.
Muslim Aid has launched an emergency appeal and is on the ground. We are working through our trusted partners to carry out a needs assessment and respond to this devastating disaster.
£30 Could provide cash grants to a family
£60 Could provide an emergency supply of food for a month
£120 Could provide clean drinking water to a family
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