Report of Donations for Kermanshah earthquake

A powerful magnitude-7.2 earthquake has rocked the northern border region between Iran and Iraq, killing more than 400 people and injuring thousands more. Tremors were felt hundreds of miles away in both capitals, in Tehran and Baghdad.

Local officials said the toll was likely to rise as search and rescue teams reached remote areas. More than 70,000 people were in need of emergency shelter, the Iranian Red Crescent said.


Regarding our responsibilities to help people who are suffered from this earthquake, we have provided about 7-ton commodities by your supports which have been sent in three times

Your non-cash donations involve below items:

warm clothes
Canned food
heating devices
Diapers and healthcare products

Also, your cash donations have been used for providing ژonex boxes which include two toilets and two bathrooms. Furthermore, representatives of Roshd Charity have traveled to that area for participation in helping people.

Many thanks for your support.