Provide vulnerable children and their families who’ve been affected by this crisis, with life-saving essentials like food, hygiene kits and more.
Families are reeling after a 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on Friday, September 28, triggering a devastating tsunami.
At last report, more than 2,000 people have been counted dead and over 4,600 injured, while approximately 1,300 remain missing and more than 222,000 are displaced.
World Vision has been working rigorously to provide food and clean drinking water to those in need, particularly children and infants, as well as pregnant and nursing mothers. The disaster left children with deep emotional scars. At child-friendly spaces, they’ve been given a space to learn and play while they begin coming to terms with the trauma they’ve experienced.
We are continuing to work alongside the local government to assess the needs and execute timely responses.
Your donation today will provide vulnerable children and their families who’ve been affected by this crisis, with life-saving essentials like food, hygiene kits and more.
Let families in Indonesia know that Canadians are standing with them in their time of need.