After Earthquakes, Israeli Relief Group Sends Teams to Japan, Ecuador
JNS.org – The Israeli international relief organization IsraAid has announced that it has sent a delegation to southern Japan, where more than 50 people have been killed and thousands injured during two strong earthquakes in the Kumamoto province since Thursday. This delegation joins another delegation dispatched to Ecuador, where another earthquake has killed more than 70 people and injured hundreds on Saturday.
In addition to distributing food, the IsraAid volunteers are also offering medical and psychological assistance to the affected communities.
“In addition to the dozens of volunteers of IsraAID who are working hard to provide support to the teams on the ground IsraAID plans to provide on going support to both countries and regions in need,” the organization said in a statement, the Jerusalem Post reported.