Emergency Response

ACEH EARTHQUAKE 2016

A strong earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale shook the district of Pidie Jaya, Aceh in the morning of December 7, 2016. The death toll has passed 90 casualties with hundreds more injured. Many of the victims are children, including 8 babies who were killed by the earthquake. Dozens of mosques, public facilities and homes have collapsed and Pidie Jaya’s main hospital has been severely damaged. The Geutanyoë Foundation’s emergency team is assessing and channeling aid directly to earthquake victims in the affected area. The victims need your help. Please support our humanitarian Aceh earthquake response today.

Updated figures on Earthquake Casualties as of 20.30 Western Indonesian Time on 7th December 2016 are as follows:
Dead: 94 People
Missing: 1 Person
Severely Injured: 128 People
Minor Injuries: 489people

Emergency Response

ACEH EARTHQUAKE 2016

A strong earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale shook the district of Pidie Jaya, Aceh in the morning of December 7, 2016. The death toll has passed 90 casualties with hundreds more injured. Many of the victims are children, including 8 babies who were killed by the earthquake. Dozens of mosques, public facilities and homes have collapsed and Pidie Jaya’s main hospital has been severely damaged. The Geutanyoë Foundation’s emergency team is assessing and channeling aid directly to earthquake victims in the affected area. The victims need your help. Please support our humanitarian Aceh earthquake response today.

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Updated figures on Earthquake Casualties as of 20.30 Western Indonesian Time on 7th December 2016 are as follows:
Dead: 94 People
Missing: 1 Person
Severely Injured: 128 People
Minor Injuries: 489 People
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