Earthquake in Ecuador and Japan

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As the international aid pours in to Ecuador and Japan after powerful earthquakes hit these two countries, Embrace Relief is also initiating a disaster relief campaign to help people.
The 7.8-magnitude quake, which struck Ecuador Saturday night, has killed at least 413 people so far according to the official reports. More than 2,500 people were injured and state of emergency has been declared in six provinces of the country.
Meanwhile Japan was hit by twin earthquakes on Thursday and Saturday last week, with magnitudes of 6.4 and 7.3, respectively. The death toll has reached to at least 44 and about a thousand people have been injured, while the quake relief work continues amid aftershocks.
Now we’re announcing a relief campaign to help people in these two disaster-stricken countries. You can help heal their wounds with your contributions today.
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