International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation (IBC) having vast experience in responding to emergencies and recovery situations in Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, and Indonesia has mobilized its emergency response team To Marrakesh, and on-site assessments about different areas for response are identified. IBC focuses on the needs of the remote villages primarily in Libya. Priority will be given to food, drinking water, medical and hygiene kits distribution, and etc.
On September 10th, Storm Daniel struck northeastern Libya, causing torrential rains and flash floods that affected numerous cities and towns. The human casualties are substantial and are expected to increase further. OCHA estimates that around 884,000 people in five provinces (Mantikas) reside in areas directly impacted by the storm and flash floods in Libya, experiencing varying degrees of impact.
IBC, after the final assessments and coordination the emergency response program will be re-scheduled, and our local partners will assist with the mobilization of volunteers at the first stage of the intervention until the permanent system is established and relevant logistics organized. The first distributions will be implemented in coordination with the Libyan authorities. Around 20000 families are planned and it's estimated to benefit from the first emergency projects.
Responding to the earthquake in the region by supporting families and IDPs in their basic and urgent needs such as distributing heathers, blankets, and food, providing them tents and shelters, Hygein kits and drinking water, Psychosocial support and etc
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).