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100 Days After Morocco Earthquake

Published by Good Neighbors Global Partnership Center

This report details Good Neighbors’ efforts in Morocco, where the 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck on September 8, 2023. The global emergency response team’s immediate actions included a needs assessment and the distribution of food to address critical shortages. Additionally, Good Neighbors established Child-Friendly Spaces (CFS) and implemented a Psycho-Social Support (PSS) Program to support the emotional and psychological needs of affected children.

The report also outlines our strategic approach, focusing on prioritizing urgent needs, strengthening partnerships with local entities for a culturally sensitive response, and promoting the psycho-emotional well-being of children through safe spaces and support programs. The organization’s commitment to providing comprehensive support is evident in their distribution of not only food but also essential hygiene and winter items. The report highlights the ongoing expansion of these efforts, particularly in child protection, to build resilience and offer sustained support to those affected by the earthquake.

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