Indonesia tsunami: Death toll rises to nearly 1,350. Raising funds to donate food and blankets to those left in destitute
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The number of people known to have died in Indonesia in Friday's earthquake and tsunami has risen to 1,347, disaster response officials say.
Survivors have been left in destitute. Food supply started to come in on Sunday. We are working around the clock to assist those who have been left destitute. We are collecting food parcels, clothes, blankets and any donations; could go a long way.
- Mark Heyns
- Campaign Owner
200,000 in desperate need of help in quake-hit IndonesiaUpdate posted by Mark Heyns at 09:04 am
The UN’s humanitarian office says almost 200,000 people – including tens of thousands of children – desperately need help after last week’s earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia.Survivors are battling thirst and hunger, with food and clean water in short supply, and local hospitals are overwhelmed by the number of injured,. . . . .