Relief workers witness grief, shock and devastating loss amidst earthquake survivors.

By June 7, 2006

Indonesia (MNN) — Earthquake survivors in Indonesia are still in shock and trying to survive after such devastating loss since the 6.3 earthquake almost two weeks ago.

World Vision relief teams were some of the first to respond, and they continue to dispatch teams and emergency aid to reach more than 30,000 people in the Klaten district. They’re providing critical supplies, including food, clothing, blankets and tarps for shelter.

They’re also making plans to support the overwhelmed health centers in the area by supplying medical equipment and supplies.

Continue praying for Indonesian families devastated by the quake and for those reaching out in Christ’s love to meet their needs.

If you would like to donate to help World Vision provide urgently needed emergency supplies, contact them through their information listed below.

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