Stay by our side. Donate to the Earthquake Emergency in Türkiye. A little over 3 weeks have passed since the strong tremors devastated Türkiye and Syria and the numbers are those of an unprecedented humanitarian disaster: 17 million people affected, 50,000 people dead, hundreds of thousands injured and over 1 million people with no homes […]Continue
People in Need: two exhibitions in Milan to highlight the human consequences of war in Ukraine
Come le guerra mi ha rubato la casa due volte/ How the war stole my home twice Polina Budagovska Invasione/ Invasion Albert Lores These are the two exhibitions that People in Need – the Czech international humanitarian organisation part, together with CESVI, of the European network Alliance2015 – has organised in Milan to […]Continue
Earthquake in Türkiye and Syria: 17 million people affected, more than 60,000 buildings rendered uninhabitable
1 million people have nowhere to go back to. Help is urgently needed. Continue to support us by donating here. “The crisis in the areas hit by the earthquake will go well beyond the three-month state of emergency that has been declared: it is essential to provide long-term material and psychological aid”. Raising the alarm […]Continue
FAO and CESVI join forces to strengthen emergency response capacities
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and CESVI have signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) expressing their interest in working together to strengthen country-level emergency response capacities, with a focus on environmental rehabilitation and disaster risk reduction, as well as support for livestock owners and fishing communities. CESVI has a history […]Continue
Our intervention in the areas affected by the earthquake
CESVI together with the partners of Alliance2015 is intervening in the areas affected by the earthquake to face the emergency.
In Turkey, thanks to Concern, we are completing a needs assessment in the locations where we were already operational: Sanliurfa, Gaziantep, Adiyaman, Malatia.
Earthquake in Türkiye and Syria: CESVI prepares to bring aid to affected population
A devastating earthquake with a magnitude of 7,8 struck southeastern Türkiye and northern Syria during the night. The earthquake, also felt in Lebanon – a country where we have been operating since 2001 – had its epicentre in the city of Gaziantep, about 90 kilometres from the Syrian border. The number of dead and wounded continues […]Continue