International charity organization Kimse Yok Mu (KYM) reached out to people who were affected by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake which shook northern Afghanistan on Sunday.
Volunteers from the KYM along with Afghan-Turk Çağ Educational Institutions (ATCE) delivered aid boxes in value of 70,500 dollars to Afghan Red Crescent. Some more aid boxes in value of 40,000 dollars were delivered by the KYM volunteers to the people in a ceremony. Head of the ATCE Numan Erdoğan stated that they began roll up sleeves upon the call of President Ashraf Gani Ahmedzai at a press conference.
“We may not bind up all of the wounds. We wanted to show that we are with our brothers as Afghan-Turk Schools. We will continue to support them every time,” said Erdoğan.
Meanwhile, death tool in the devastating earthquake has reached to 150 and around 600 people were injured.
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