GlobalGiving's Ecuador Earthquake 2016 matching campaign begins at 09:00 a.m. EDT on October 11, 2016.
The campaign will end at 23:59 p.m. EDT on April 30, 2017 or when funds run out, whichever comes first.
There is $30,000 in matching funds available.
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Help build a Cultural Center in Don Juan, a fishing village struck by Ecuador's 7.8 earthquake. A seismic resistant building will house a library, computer center and training areas for 1200 villagers left homeless by the quake. We currently gather in a precarious bamboo structure called "the Library." Children come to do homework, browse encyclopedias and read. For them, the library is interesting, entertaining and provides a safe haven from grim situations caused by the housing emergency
This project provides tuition to train 32 students at a time in construction skills: masonry, electricity, carpentry for use in rebuilding damaged areas after the 7.8 magnitude Ecuadorean earthquake on April 16th. Yachana is helping young people directly impacted by this disaster by giving them skills and certification and a way to contribute to rebuilding their communities. Each course focuses on different construction skills, offered to new students.
Libraries Without Borders will bring 60 e-library programs to 8 provinces in Ecuador, including those most affected by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake of April 2016. This program will give Ecuadorian children in vulnerable rural and earthquake-affected communities access to carefully curated educational materials that promote literacy, numeracy and digital literacy. Our team will train local partners in best-practices for leveraging technology to attain measurable educational outcomes.
On April 16, 2016 a 7.8 Earthquake hit the coast of Ecuador. The large cities of the coast suffered extensive damage and the communities surrounding these cities even more. Many families were displaced, an estimated number of people in shelter camps is around 22,000 people. People living in these shelters have had their whole disrupted. Clara Luna hopes to lessen the burden of the children living in these shelters by providing kids programs and activities in the shelters.
All Hands has launched a project in response to the devastating magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Ecuador on April 16th. Our team of professionals is on the ground coordinating with national and international agencies in the humanitarian response. We are connecting suffering communities with people who want to help. We are seeing a need for debris management, distribution networks, and construction of shelters for families and safe spaces for children.
As of Thursday, April 21st, the death toll from the Ecuador earthquake has increased to at least 570. There are still at least 155 missing, over 7,500 injured, over 21,000 relocated to temporary shelters, and hundreds of buildings destroyed, including approximately 280 schools. Our focus will be on Non-Food Item distribution, child protection/child friendly spaces, psychosocial support, and economic/livelihoods recovery.
Volunteers for Interamerican Development Assistance
This project will fund the shipments of emergency supplies and equipment to the central hospital in Guayaquil which was devastated by the most recent earthquake. Supplies and equipment will also be shared with the clinics in the smaller towns whose infrastructure was destroyed. VIDA is anticipating sending 5 containers in 2016 with a cost of $10,000 per containers.
This project will respond to the devastating earthquake that ravaged several provinces of Ecuador, specifically Manabi and Esmeraldas, to support the local authorities and provide essential relief aid, medical services, child friendly spaces, and psychosocial care, as needed. A special emphasis will be placed on the most vulnerable groups, especially women and children.
Tens of thousands of people are still without regular fuel delivery systems, especially in the most rural areas where FRF was working after the initial disaster. FRF will send a team to first provide initial relief to the vulnerable people still in need within the hardest-hit communities in Ecuador, supporting the recovery with fuel tank deliveries. We will also work hand in hand with the local government to identify needs in creating solutions to resume fuel delivery to affected areas.
A 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck off the west coast of Ecuador at 6:58 PM local time on April 16, 2016. The Government of Ecuador has a declared a national state of emergency for six heavily affected provinces, including Esmeraldas, Los Rios, Manabi, Santa Elena, Guayas, and Santo Domingo.
The project will benefit 200 children and their families that live in Ecuador in the coast areas that was severely affected by the 7.8 earthquake occurred the last April 16th in Ecuador. Through training Juconi will provide specific tools to technicians and people that are involved in the care o strengthen child psychological protection in order to prevent trauma.
Israel Foundation - CDC Community Development Center
A 7.8 earthquake took place in Ecuador on April 16, 2016, at 18:58 ECT, with epicenter in Pedernales province of Manabi. Since April, we provided immediate basic needs to homeless families in a first stage. In October 2016, we raised a Community Development Center at Bahia de Caraquez to promote the micro-economic development and empower 300 families, providing them conferences, trainings and workshops to help people learn how to become entrepreneurs.
On the evening of Saturday, April 16th a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook the coastal region of Ecuador. The death toll is nearing 700 and the Ecuadorian President has declared it a state of emergency. MAP has two Interagency Emergency Health Kit that will treat 10,000 people for 90 days as well as additional medicines to treat 62,500 people airlifting to Ecuador on 04.49.16 and 250 Water filters in route as well.
In the aftermath of the deadly 7.8 magnitude earthquake that devastated Ecuador on April 16, CARE is ramping up relief efforts to meet the basic needs of families who have lost everything. The death toll is approaching 600, an estimated 8,340 people are injured and many others are still missing.