The catastrophic floods in Libya have resulted in more than 11,300 deaths and thousands missing. Sadly, the death toll will continue to rise. Donate Now
Thousands have lost their lives and thousands more are missing. Families in Libya are without shelter or access to water and electricity. Flooding has left homes and buildings have been significantly damaged or destroyed.
SKT Welfare are delivering aid to assist those most affected by one of the worst disasters to hit Libya in years. You can help provide life saving medical aid, food shelter to vulnerable families. SKT Welfare are working with the Ministry of Health to aid their rescue and recovery efforts.
Join us in supporting the victims of this devastation, donate to our emergency fund and give hope to the flood-affected families in Libya.
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Storm Daniel has struck the beloved Northern Eastern region of Libya and has left thousands of people without shelter or access to water and electricity. Thousands of civilians are confirmed to have died in the floods whilst homes and buildings have been significantly damaged.
Our heartfelt condolences go out to all those affected by this tragedy.
SKT Welfare is closely monitoring the situation and pooling our resources to assist those most affected by one of the worst disasters to hit Libya in years.
Join us in supporting the victims of this devastation, donate to our emergency relief fund to provide life saving medical aid, food and shelter.
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On social media, desperate individuals were pleading for information about missing relatives. The situation is deteriorating, and we need support from you. Please Donate Now
THIS IS AN URGENT APPEAL TO THE LIBYA FLOODS. PLEASE DONATE NOW
The minister of civil aviation, Hichem Chkiouat, described the situation at Derna as "catastrophic." "Bodies are lying everywhere - in the sea, in the valleys, under the buildings," Chkiouat said by phone after visiting the city. "We are not exaggerating when I say 25% of the city has vanished." Many, many structures have collapsed.
Authorities stated Today that the collapse of two dams due to flooding caused water to pour into Derna, causing devastating destruction.
"Three bridges have been destroyed." "The flowing water washed away entire neighbourhoods, eventually dumping them into the sea," Ahmed Mismari explained. Strong muddy currents carrying vehicles and debris washed away homes in valleys, according to Osama Aly, the chairman of Libya's Emergency and Ambulance Authority.
The city's phone lines are down, hindering rescue attempts, and employees are unable to enter Derna due to the extensive damage.
People of Libya need us more than ever! Donate Now
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