More than 1,000 people many of which may have been children have died in Wednesday’s earthquake in Afghanistan. The magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck in southeast of Kabul injuring 1,500 people and destroying more than 3000 homes.
Officials say it appears to be the deadliest quake to hit Afghanistan in two decades. Emergency aid is urgently required especially in remote mountainous areas. Global Relief Trust will be on the ground delivering your donations, you can support us by providing:
£10 Blankets for a family
£35 Stove and kitchen utensils for a family
£50 Tent for a family
£80 Food parcel for a family
£2,500 Medical tents for one month in one region