Earthquake in MexicoCiudad de México, Puebla y Morelos - Mexico
A magnitude-7.1 earthquake hit central Mexico on Tuesday, killing over 200 people and collapsing buildings and bridges in five states and in the capital. Rescue workers and neighbors are scrambling to reach survivors still trapped in the rubble.
Total raised €100%raised
Banc Sabadell clients 10.000€
Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.
Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.
- Materials 10.000€
- Total 10.000€
Another Earthquake rocks Mexico: as many as 200 people, mostly children, died after a school collapsed in Mexico City, 75 miles from the earthquake's epicenter. More than 2,000 public schools suffered damage in the quake.
UNICEF reacted promptly and sent a team of specialists to visit the areas worst affected by the earthquake. The team determined that it is a matter of priority for children and adolescents to receive psychosocial support and all the necessary help to return to school as soon as possible.
UNICEF is supporting earthquake recovery efforts for children in Mexico, focusing on distribuiting drinking water and temporary restrooms in the most affected localities, providing child-friendly spaces and helping get kids back to school.
Who will benefit?
With 10 € UNICEF can provide drinking water to 534 children for one day
To accommodate as soon as possible to the victims in shelters where they can rest safe before possible aftershocks and receive water and food
UNICEF fully complies with the 9 Principles of Transparency and Good Practices analyzed by the Lealtad Foundation