Help Survivors of Turkey's 7.2 Earthquake

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International Medical Corps' team on the ground in Ankara, Turkey is monitoring the situation following the 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck hit the southeastern part of the country and is on standby to respond as needed.

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A 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck southeastern Turkey, near the border with Iran. Early reports indicate as many as 1,000 people were killed and dozens of buildings collapsed.


International Medical Corps' team on the ground in Ankara, Turkey is monitoring the situation and is prepared to deploy human and material resources to the region as needed. We are also working with local partners to respond to this emergency.

Long-Term Impact

International Medical Corps has the experience and presence in the region to support the relief effort and ensure that survivors get necessary services.


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International Medical Corps

Location: Los Angeles, CA - USA
Website: https:/​/​​
Project Leader:
Chessa Latifi
Resource Development Officer
Santa Monica, CA Afghanistan
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