At least three countries from the African Union: Algeria, Egypt, and Tunisia have sent aid and technical assistance to affected victims of the earthquake that hit parts of Turkey and Syria. The death toll passed 15,000 in the deadliest quake worldwide in more than a decade.
Kenya has called on trained medical workers to volunteer their services, pledging to support and send aid to where rescue workers continued to pull living people from the damaged properties.
South Africa’s Gift of the Givers, which is Africa’s biggest non-governmental humanitarian organisation, has also dispatched teams of rescue workers and equipment to help the huge international rescue effort.
More than 15,000 people in southern Turkey and northern Syria have been killed in the 7.8 magnitude earthquake.
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