Your support is critical!
Your donation today helps World Hope respond quickly and support those impacted by the earthquake in Türkiye & Syria with critically needed medical supplies and shelters for those left homeless.
Your support makes sending help and hope possible!
When Disaster strikes, World Hope is ready to respond quickly
On Monday, February 6, an earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale, struck Türkiye and Syria. The WHO has characterized this natural disaster as the worst earthquake in a century*. The region most affected has the “largest refugee population in the world.” Current estimates:
- 23 million people live in the region affected by the earthquake
- Of those, 1.7 million are Syrian refugees
- 38,000 fatalities and rising
- Untold numbers left homeless in winter conditions
With your support, World Hope is responding to this disaster, offering help and hope where it is most needed.
Read the situation report provided by Airlink
40 pallets of critically needed medical supplies are being sent to provide medical care to those impacted in the region.
Shelters distributed and set up in Türkiye’s Hatay region to provide refuge for families who have lost their homes.
World Hope is supporting local contacts in Türkiye to provide aid to villages close to the earthquake’s impact zone that haven’t been reached by other organizations.
Your decision to give today helps us respond now and long after the images fade from the news.
Please partner with us to ensure that help and hope is brought to Türkiye and Syria.
World Hope is grateful for our partnership with MAP International, who we are coordinating this initial relief effort with, to bring help and hope to those most in need of it in Türkiye and Syria.