IsraAid organizing to aid quake victims

A number of Israeli emergency aid organizations within the IsraAid framework were preparing Sunday for a humanitarian aid mission to India and the Kas

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October 9, 2005 16:36
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A number of Israeli emergency aid organizations within the IsraAid framework were preparing Sunday for a humanitarian aid mission to India and the Kashmir area, after a disastrous earthquake there killed more than 30,000. Among the groups is IFA Israeli Flying Aid. In order to evaluate the full scope of aid required in north India, the groups were in contact with local and international humanitarian aid organizations who were trying to assess the precise extent of damage caused by the earthquake. IFA urged the public to get involved once again and donate generously. To this end they established an account in Bank Discount, branch 199, whose number is 57797. For more information regarding donations, contact www.israaid.org.il.



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