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Today, International Aid is responding to an unprecedented four disasters simultaneously (South Asia Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Rita, Pakistan Earthquake). We are also are evaluating the need for assistance for the victims of Hurricane Wilma. I'd like to give you a brief update on each.
South Asia Tsunami: Our medical equipment and repair center in Banda Aceh is operational. Under a two-year agreement with the government of Indonesia, International Aid will train native Acehians to repair medical equipment.
Medical equipment to help address loss of more than 1,000 medical facilities across disaster-stricken region
Hygiene kits and blankets for victims confronting shattered infrastructure and impending winter cold
Initial funds to feed village of 3,000
- Medical equipment to help address loss of more than 1,000 medical facilities across disaster-stricken region
- Hygiene kits and blankets for victims confronting shattered infrastructure and impending winter cold
- Initial funds to feed village of 3,000
October 11, 2005 - Trucks bearing medical equipment, 10,000 hygiene kits, blankets to be loaded for departure from Spring Lake, Mich. headquarters Senior aid official with direct Pakistan experience/links available as media interview source International Aid's initial relief shipment to the earthquake-devastated region of northern Pakistan will depart tomorrow afternoon, Oct. 12, from the agency's eadquarters in Spring Lake, Mich.
Agency in direct communications with NGO partners on the ground in disaster-affected area
SPRING LAKE, Mich., Oct. 9, 2005 - International Aid announced today that it is preparing to mobilize a major relief effort to help victims of this weekend's massive earthquake in Pakistan, which is that country's worst-ever disaster and has left tens of thousands killed, injured and homeless.
An estimated 7.5 million Afghans displaced by years of war and drought are facing a harsh winter. That total includes 1.5 million children under the age of five.