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Day 21 – #SpaceWatchME helps – Donation Campaign

Haiti – October 2016

Category 5 Hurricane Matthew swept through the western tip of Haiti in October 2016, causing over 1,000 fatalities and isolating hundreds of thousands of people already weakened by the 2010 earthquake. TSF provided calls to 550 households (representing almost 2,500 people). In some cases, people had not been able to get in touch with their families for over 5 years – since the earthquake.

Credits: Télécoms Sans Frontières

From December 1st, SpaceWatch Middle East and its partners PTScientists, neuco, NewSpace People will run a Christmas Donation Campaign 2016. We will donate 100% of the raised money to two organisations: Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) and Disaster Tech Labs (DTL).

More details you can find here: http://spacewatchme.com/spacewatchme-helps/

For your direct help, just follow the “Donate Please” button.

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Original published at: http://spacewatchme.com/2016/12/day-21/

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