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Morocco Earthquake Relief

Late Friday night local time, a 6.8 magnitude earthquake hit Morocco near Marrakech, a city of more than one million residents, and affected neighboring provinces, especially near the epicenter of Al-Haouz in the High Atlas Mountains. As of this update, more than 2,000 people have been confirmed dead and at least 2,000 more injured, many of them critically. The earthquake also caused widespread damage and destruction, especially within the ancient quarters of Marrakech and rural villages in the region. The last major earthquake in the region was in February 2004, when 628 people were killed in the north of the country. 

As always, we are ready to assist when disaster strikes by virtue of the ongoing investment through collective core allocations. These funds allow JDC and The Jewish Agency to respond immediately to crises in Jewish communities around the globe and to provide non-sectarian disaster relief on behalf of the Jewish people.

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