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Global Angels is working with local partners to provide medical disaster relief in Japan.
So far an estimated 30,000 people have been killed, with 157,600 still in temporary shelters as a result of the disasters. 150,000 houses are without running water and 3.2million remain without electricity following a strong aftershock on April 8th.
Global Angels has located partners committed to using 100% of donations for the rescue efforts, specialising in medical provision. No administration costs will be deducted by us or our partners. Please give generously to support those suffering in the wake of this catastrophe.
We are currently partnering with Direct Relief International to provide aid, including medical relief in Japan. Direct Relief have promised to pass 100% of funds raised by Global Angels through to directly provide relief in Japan.
Through our new partnership we can supply local health care professionals with needed medical and financial assistance to ensure they continue providing care to those affected. Because local people are the first responders, have the most at stake, and will be there for the long run, targeting our assistance to them helps avoid the duplication of efforts and wasted resources.
Direct Relief are continuing to monitor the situation in Japan to identify further recipients of grants and material medical aid.