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Mexico City 7.1 mag. Earthquake causes major damage and loss of life.
At this time International Aid is monitoring the situation in Mexico following the 7.1 magnitude Earthquake.
Mexico, being a developed nation, has most of the needed resources already in country. Currently our primary focus is working with partners in the hurricane affected areas. To date, we’ve shipped nearly $2.0 million of relief supplies.
However, should specific needs be communicated by our partners in Mexico, we will provide support as we’re able and communicate it out through our website and social media accounts to our donor friends.
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In the midst of miles of dry soil and a blazing sun, in the northwest tip of Kenya (Africa) along the Terach River, lies the over-populated Kakuma Refugee Camp. Kakuma is a Swahili word which means “nowhere.” This camp was established in 1992 following the arrival of the Lost Boys of Sudan--which were approximately 20,000 boys who had been displaced or orphaned during the Sudanese Civil War (1983-2005). With the influx....